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Rogue ROGUEGRID 3-In-1 Stacking Honeycomb Grid System with Pouch for all Shoe-Mount Flashes with Flash Units from Canon, Nikon, Sony, Metz, Nissin, Pentax, Olympus and Others
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- Patent-pending stacking grid design provides 16, 25 and 45 spot lighting control.
- Securely attaches to almost all shoe mount flashes using the included adjustable tension strap
- Includes durable nylon storage pouch that fits both grid components and mounting strap
- Rogue Grid may attach to snooted Small Flash Bender Positional Reflector (not included)
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|Item Dimensions||1.2 x 3.6 x 3.6 inches|
|Item Display Weight||100 grams|
|Item Weight||0.22 pounds|
|Manufacturer Warranty Description||1 year on product defects|
|Shipping Weight||0.71 pounds|
From the Manufacturer
What is the Rogue Grid?
3 Grid Angles in One Compact PackageThe patent pending Rogue Grid design features stacking honeycomb grids that provide 16 degree, 25 degree, and 45 degree spot lighting control. This means that photographers can choose among three different size grid spots using this small, lightweight system. Measuring 3.6" x 1.2" (92mm x 30mm), and weighing just 3.5oz (100 grams) with the included strap, the Rogue Grid fits easily into any photographer's bag.
How does the Rogue Grid Work?The Rogue Grid's unique design utilizes precision-molded honeycomb grids that can be used independently for the 25 degree or the 45 degree spots, or stacked together to create the 16 degree spot. Because the honeycomb cells align precisely using the integrated alignment features, they can be stacked without creating unwanted shadows and reducing light output. When not being used, the stacked grids store conveniently inside the bezel.
What does the light look like from a honeycomb grid?
When attached to a light source, a honeycomb grid creates a spot of light with a gradual fall-off useful for adding dimension and depth to an image, or for highlighting important features. The angle of the grid determines the size of the spot projected forward, with smaller degree grids producing smaller spots, and larger angles producing larger spots.
How are honeycomb grids typically used?
Grids are often used on off-camera flashes as hair lights in portraiture, or for background or accent lights -- anytime a photographer is interested in highlighting a portion of an image for dramatic effect. When attached to an off-camera flash, grids help draw attention to an object, texture, or color, and can help to create a desired atmosphere or mood in an image.
Easy to Attach
The Rogue Grid securely attaches to almost all standard shoe mount flashes using the included adjustable Rogue Tension Strap. The Rogue Grid may also attach to a snooted Small FlashBender reflector (not included).
Includes a Pouch to Carry It
Also included is a durable nylon storage pouch that accommodates both the Rogue Grid and grid strap.
Add Rogue Gels (sold separately) for Color Correction or Color Effects
The Rogue Grid is designed to work with Rogue Gels (sold separately) to add color correction or dramatic color effects.
Rogue Grid Features
|Patent-pending stacking grid design provides 16 degree, 25 degree and 45 degree spot lighting control.||Securely attaches to almost all shoe mount flashes using the included adjustable tension strap|
|Rogue Grid may attach to snooted Small FlashBender Positionable Reflector (not included)||Includes durable nylon storage pouch that fits both grid components and mounting strap|
Top Customer Reviews
Know that there are only two grids that make up the three choices of circle diameter. The picture on the box is wrong in that it shows a grid in the bezel and the two "real" grids in an exploded diagram. There are only a total two grids. That confused me at first because one of the grids comes inserted into the bezel and fits so supremely well that I didn't know it slid in and out with moderate and appropriate finger pressure. The three circle diameters come from using either one of the two different sized grids or using both grids together.
I will buy the colored gel set.
I thought i would share my experience using this product. I really like the idea of this grid. But assembling it was a nightmare. Especially on a job. Can you tell the people in front of you to wait till you put this thing together? Nooooo... This hard fabric thing that holds the grid is absolutely ridiculous. Really, great idea but incomplete design, in my opinion. So i had to come up with the solution. I went to local Home Depot and got fenco rubber coupler 50mm by 50mm. The grid fits into this thing really nice and tight. the diameter of the coupler is a little too short for my canon 580 speedlight. So i trimmed the inside of the other end with a carpenter knife and it fits speedlight perfectly. I made two couplers for each grid. It snaps on in less than a second, since it is rubber it holds off to the flash real tight. I posted some pictures so check it out. Hope it helps.
That said, I have two complaints. First off, the front unit, the bit of rubber/plastic that holds the grids and attaches to the front of the hood does not lock in place with any degree of certainty. It just kind of slides into place over the seam on the edge of the fabric and stays in place by pressure and friction. I'm not sure how this could be done better and more elegantly, but even with all four "tabs" going over the seam, I've had the end cap fall out on a few occasions. Maybe if it were a permanent part of the hood, sewn in place, it would be more reliable, although that might cut down on the ease of replacing the discs. I don't know, but it's kind of a problem. I'm also not really happy with the hood itself, as it tends to droop down when mounted as the instructions call for. I've taken to mounting it upside down, so that when it inevitably starts to droop, it at least doesn't cut off the light output.
Then there's the price. Rogue makes fantastic stuff, and obviously a lot of engineering went into this thing, but $50 is a lot to drop on a great concept with so-so implementation. It definitely gets the job done with beautiful results, but I'd feel a lot better if the hood were stiffer, and the end cap were attached by some sort of locking mechanism.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Really well built. Fits lightly on strobe. Does what it suppose to do.Published 2 months ago by Ender Wiggin
Works fine, but expensive for what it is. Once you figure out how to tuck in the fabric edge in to the plastic bezel and place the elastic band correctly around the groves in the... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Don Turriaga
Why did I give this product only 3 stars? Build quality is nice, but I think that it is $20 over-priced. Read morePublished 10 months ago by bryan
Very well made for an inexpensive add on; provides dramatic lighting opportunities.Published 12 months ago by Hugh J. Mills