|Item Weight||2.91 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||27.6 x 9.4 x 3.5 inches|
|Item model number||10079162|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
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Neewer 32" x 32"/80cm x 80cm Grid Octagon Umbrella Speedlite Softbox with Bowens Mount Speedring for Nikon,Canon,Sony,Pentax,Olympus,Panasonic Lumix,Neewer Speedring Flash and Other Small Strobe Flashes
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- 32"x32" Softbox equipped with grids
- An internal & an external diffuser (both removable) for versatility in refining the hard/soft ratio of flash light
- Softbox is easily assembled using the softbox "skin", four flex rods and a speed ring for the flash head
- With Standard size Bowens speed mounts, this hiqh quality softbox fits right in any studio
- The large size of the softbox makes it desirable for fashion photography, portraits and medium to large sized product shots
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NOTE: The strobe head and light stand is not included.
Neewer Softbox is designed to diffuse a strobe flash, giving you better even lighting. It comes with a silver reflective interior and a flush front face. It's necessary in any professional portrait studio.
Item size (diameter): 80cm / 32"
Mount type: Bowens
Aluminum Ring Adaptor
1 x Octagon Beehive Softbox With Grid
1 x Inner diffuser
1 x Outer diffuser
1 x Mount Speedring
1 x Carrying bag
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There are ZERO instructions included in the package on putting this thing together and NO HELP FROM THE WEBSITE EITHER. The FEW videos on YouTube don't go into enough detail to be of much use.
HONESTLY, other products are MUCH SIMPLER AND EASIER TO PUT-TOGETHER. I only bought this because of the price. Well; you get what you pay for......
It is constructed of materials that seem pretty good, but the design is much more complicated than it needs to be and trying to get this thing ready to shoot is a royal pain in the rear. I'd give it 1.5 stars if I could to be honest.....
My large (Paul Buff brand) softbox only takes a few seconds to set up - no more difficult than opening an umbrella. Setting this thing up is more like pitching a tent. The pockets for the rods are tiny and hard to find, and it takes a good bit of strength to bend everything into place. I got this because I wanted something smaller I could take on location with me, but the difficulty in assembling it makes that an unattractive option. It took me a solid half hour to get it together the first time, and since I have the storage space in my studio I'm not even going to bother trying to take it down. If I had to set it up and break it down every time I wanted to use it, it would be in the trash can within a week.
The included grid is a nice feature - most other brands you have to pay extra for a grid.
Once I got it assembled, it works fine - the quality of the light is exactly what you'd expect. I don't see any color casts.
As this replaces a couple of much older softboxes the difference in color is remarkable, I suspect mostly due to the yellowing of the older boxes. I prefer the color from the Neewer.
Would I buy again? Certainly, in fact wanted to buy a wide/narrow one but for some reason could not find one by Neewer.
The included speedring works only with certain lights. It does not work with Bowens, or White LIghtning strobes.
There are eight metal rods included. Each rod has a small insert and a larger insert. First you will need to insert all the rods into the main section of the octobox. At the outside edge of the octobox there are velcro tabs. These at first appear to be sewn flat into the octobox but there is an opening that allowed you to insert the smaller end of each rod into it. Insert all eight of the rods into the eight velcro tabs.
Install your octobox speedring onto your light. Take the octobox with the rods installed and insert one of the large ends into an insertion hole in the speedring. Then insert a second rod into the opposite hole on the speedring. Select one of the rods next to the first rod you inserted and insert that into the speedring. Go back and forth from side to side till all eight rods are installed into the speedring. It becomes increasingly difficult to insert the rods due to pressure from the octobox's curved shape.
Now install the 'backside' section of the octobox (a separate piece that also has a silver interior). There is a velcro strip that you pull apart to open this piece up. You will see how its sections match the sections on the first, larger portion of the octobox. Attach the wide velcro strip onto the matching wide velcro strip on the outside of the main section. You press the two parts of the octobox together, encircling the unit to complete its assembly, via these velcro strips. It took me several attempts to learn how to correctly fit this piece in place, but it will be simple to do next time.
There is an interior light baffle that clips inside of the octobox (just as with any softbox). The front face attaches via velcro as with any regular softbox. You will need to insert the face as far inside as the velcro strip allows or you will not have a good fit. The velcro strip is wide enough that you can now attach the grid. The grid has eight 'sides' and when you begin attaching the first section (side) be sure you center it within that octobox section. Each subsequent section of the grid you attach should be centered within its octobox section. The first time I did this the grid fit flawlessly on the face of the octobox. It does a very good job controlling the light shape, keeping it forward only, rather than the wide light spread you get without it.
The interior is I would call beaded silver. With the interior baffle and front face you should achieve excellent contrast and a light that is not too hard or too soft.
I have not timed assembling the unit but with experience I believe I could do it within ten minutes. When disassembled I will leave the eight rods in the folded main section, and it should all fit within the nylon carry bag. You disassemble the unit in the reverse order from what I've detailed.
Product quality is moderately good; certainly an excellent buy for the money. The achieved light quality should equal that of units costing many times more. Most octoboxes are more difficult to assemble that regular softboxes. It is certainly more difficult to assemble than a "brolly box", but this designed for use with studio lights, not speed-lights.