SKU: GC49-1.26152

Elinchrom Portalite Octa 56cm

The Elinchrom Portalite Octa 56cm is an entry-level softbox system with great light performance, which fits to all Elinchrom flash units since 1974. Portalites are made out of the same quality material as Elinchrom uses for Rotalux but priced to budget. The EL speed ring and rods are designed to give good stability and quick assembly. Instead of using third party accessories, which may not fit to required specifications, Portalite is a professional and low price alternative, an ideal car boot softbox for indoor or outdoor use. The Portalite 56 cm Octa shape is designed to work as a small beauty dish when used with the optional deflector set.

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The Elinchrom Portalite Octa 56cm is an entry-level softbox system with great light performance, which fits to all Elinchrom flash units since 1974. Portalites are made out of the same quality material as Elinchrom uses for Rotalux but priced to budget. The EL speed ring and rods are designed to give good stability and quick assembly. Instead of using third party accessories, which may not fit to required specifications, Portalite is a professional and low price alternative, an ideal car boot softbox for indoor or outdoor use. The Portalite 56 cm Octa shape is designed to work as a small beauty dish when used with the optional deflector set.

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