SKU: GC49-1.26009

Elinchrom Bardoor 21cm

This is a single leaf barndoor specifically designed to fit an Elinchrom Standard 21cm reflector. Unless you need to replace just one leaf, this items should be ordered in pairs. Barndoors, Snoots, Grids, and Filters are essential accessories for any lighting system. These devices alter the shape, intensity, or colour of the light output from your flash heads. Consider them as a painter would a brush, or a sculptor would a knife, or chisel.

Use of a barndoor set will result in a shaft of light, when it is attached to the front of the reflector of your light source. The size of the shaft of light will be determined by the opening of the leaves, and the distance of the light from the subject. Rotating the barndoor set will determine the angle of the shaft of light. A 4-leaf barndoor provides more light control than a 2-leaf barndoor set.

All Elinchrom barndoors are hinged and manufactured with a heat resistant, non reflective black finish.

Features:

  • Single leaf barndoor

  • Requires an accessory holder 21cm

  • Heat ressistant

  • non reflective black finish

Regular price $57.00
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Product Overview

This is a single leaf barndoor specifically designed to fit an Elinchrom Standard 21cm reflector. Unless you need to replace just one leaf, this items should be ordered in pairs. Barndoors, Snoots, Grids, and Filters are essential accessories for any lighting system. These devices alter the shape, intensity, or colour of the light output from your flash heads. Consider them as a painter would a brush, or a sculptor would a knife, or chisel.

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