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Godox 40Deg Grid For R1200 Reflector For AD1200PRO

Godox 40Deg Grid For R1200 Reflector For AD1200PRO

Honeycomb Grid for AD1200 alters the shape and light output of the reflector by tunnelling the light forward into a narrower beam. The grid offers slightly increased contrast, directionality and spill light control. It's an ideal tool for achieving Rembrandt-like lighting effects.

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Godox 40Deg Grid For R1200 Reflector For AD1200PRO

Honeycomb Grid for AD1200 alters the shape and light output of the reflector by tunnelling the light forward into a narrower beam. The grid offers slightly increased contrast, directionality and spill light control. It's an ideal tool for achieving Rembrandt-like lighting effects.

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