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CowboyStudio 16 x 16in Photo Softbox for Studio Strobe with Carry Case and Speedring
|Price:||$24.73 & FREE Shipping on orders over $49. Details|
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- One (1) high quality 16" x 16" softbox
- One (1) 4" spring ring
- One (1) carrying case
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|Item Dimensions||23.62 x 23.62 x 23.62 inches|
|Shipping Weight||1.6 pounds|
Size of the softbox is 16" x 16"; Spring ring fits most strobe heads up to 4 inches in diameter; Two diffuser panels allow you to easily adjust the softness of the light; Case is black and easy to pack.
From the Manufacturer
This CowboyStudio Photo Softbox is a necessary item in any professional portrait studio and would be a great addition to your studio. Softboxes are enclosures around a bulb and create even and diffused light by bouncing light off of a second surface to diffuse the light. The Softbox diffuses a strobe flash, giving you perfect even lighting.
Our Softboxes are made with high quality construction. The spring ring fits most strobe heads up to 4 inches in diameter while the two diffuser panels allow you to easily adjust the softness of the light. The spring ring ensures this Softbox fits right in at any studio.
- Size of the Softbox is 16”x16”
- Spring ring fits most strobe heads up to 4 inches in diameter
- Two diffuser panels allow you to easily adjust the softness of the light
- Case is black and easy to pack
**Please note that the strobe and stand are not included with this listing.
- Hook the cylinder to the stems of the Softbox to produce an umbrella effect.
- Then you want to insert the light bulbs to the Softbox.
- You can then attach the Softbox to the stand and set up your background as you wish.
Top Customer Reviews
CowboyStudio 20 x 28in Photo Softbox for Strobe with Carry Case
This Soft-Box is every bit as good as the one's sold 30 years ago to Pro's at a fraction of the price. With the inner diffusion panel it may even be better than what I use to use. Back when I was in business we used strobes and had to also use a light meter to determine the camera settings. The strobes were adapted with what was called a modeling lamp to assist in "Seeing the Light" yet the output did not match the strobe so it was hit and miss. I ran a lot of tests using string and knots and documented the test well so I would learn what my lights were doing. I suppose you still can use a strobe buy why would you.. With digital photography you can use daylight balanced fluorescent bulbs that are on at the power that you are using. This allows you to "See the Light" to determine where you want to place your light.
This is ideal since "what you see is what you get" taking a lot of the work away allows a beginner to take quality images that rival what a professional photographer may provide. Of coarse the more practice the better you become. But today you don't have to spend anything on film and photo paper and god forbid the environmental impact of chemistry and silver in the paper.
I bought the LimoStudio High Quality 4 Socket- controller with this softbox, it fits as if it was made to fit. Read my review on the socket because their title will confuse you to what it really is. This light controller lets you flip a switch to turn off 2 of the bulbs effectively cutting the intensity of the light in half. You may also use it with Umbrella reflectors.Read more ›
This product is a joke. First of all, the exterior of the softbox does not completely fit together causing light to "spill" out of the rear of the softbox, unless you lay a towel or some other dark cloth over the thing. In other words, the velcro does not close around the area of the monolight. The tips of the stability rods fall off of the rods themselves leaving you crawling around on the floor to find them. I would post a picture but I am not home right now while writing this review. I am completely dissatisfied and intend to contact the seller "cowboy studios" and let them know how unhappy I am with their product. I will end up purchasing a softbox from somewhere else because I would be embarrassed to bring this anywhere with me. It is definitely not what it looks like in the picture.
Completely disgusted and disillusioned!!
here are the differences
1. the speeding (circular metal piece) was not the same at all.
2. the 4 rods on the inside did not bend like they are supposed to
3. the size. the pictures shown are very deceptive.
while trying to assemble the softbox, i knew exactly how to put it together but physically wasn't able to. if i were to try to bend the rods, i would end up hurting myself. i would hate for one of them to snap while in front of a client.
I even looked up video tutorials and they had no problem at all.
so, unfortunately, i am returning my softboxes and will hopefully find better ones.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Done a few shoots with this, I lost one when moving some how and needed another. It is a simple good piece of gear.Published 9 months ago by Scordato
Nice bag light although sometimes difficult to attach a third party light head.Published 12 months ago by rickko12
This was returned because of a poor web description. You need a Bowen fit.Published 12 months ago by Casan
Harder to assemble than I'd like, at least the first few times. But, for the cost and my intended usage, it is fantastic.Published 13 months ago by blaeiouk
This product works! It was challenging however to put the pieces together but after the first try I was able to put things back fairly easy. Read morePublished 15 months ago by kervy vincoy
Bad materials make bad products. The rods tore right through the velcro pockets because they were secured by a single seam of cheap thread. Read morePublished 16 months ago by John