SKU: GC49-1.2631

ELINCHROM DEFLECTOR SET GOLD SILVER TRANCLUCENT

The Elinchrom Deflector Set for Softlite Reflectors and Rotalux Softboxes is a convenient way to soften and tone the flash head output when using Softlite reflectors or Rotalux softboxes. Depending on the 14 cm disc in use, the light will be cooled or warmed. In all cases it will be bounced and diffused.

The set comes with silver, gold, translucent and frost deflectors and 2 rods, one of which is used to affix the disc to the 7 mm umbrella receptacle in the flash head.

The set contains

  • 2x Deflector Rods
  • Gold Deflector
  • Silver Deflector
  • Frosted Deflector
  • Translucent Deflector

Compatibility

Elinchrom Deflector Set Gold Silver Translucent

Product Features

  • Can be used with Rotalux or Softlite
  • Warms and cools the light output
  • Diffuses light by bouncing it
  • Uses a 7mm shaft
  • Easy to replace discs
  • 2x Deflector Rods
  • Gold Deflector
  • Silver Deflector
  • Frosted Deflector
  • Translucent Deflector

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Product Overview

The Elinchrom Deflector Set for Softlite Reflectors and Rotalux Softboxes is a convenient way to soften and tone the flash head output when using Softlite reflectors or Rotalux softboxes. Depending on the 14 cm disc in use, the light will be cooled or warmed. In all cases it will be bounced and diffused.

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