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It's all a matter of preference. I prefer these for more control of the light and limited light spill off.
By Ryan McMasters on January 16, 2014
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This is not an umbrella to use for shading your camera. It is used as a reflector in a studio lighting setup.
By GWH on June 27, 2015
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It depends on what you are trying to mount it to. The device comes ready to be inserted into a light stand adaptor (and most have a set-screw which locks the umbrella stand in place) which you would purchase separately. The adaptor then connects to your light stand.
By J. Cunningham on March 19, 2015
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I thought it was a diffuser, but upon inspection it appears that the black lining does not separate, so it's more of a reflector. Though, there is no silver reflective lining in the interior.
By R. Berrouet on February 14, 2013
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I use a thousand watt strobe through my umbrella. I need two more of the same umbrellas. They are inexpensive but wear out easily with daily use. Want to send me two more for free? ;)
By William H. Orcutt on January 25, 2016
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