SKU: GC49-11.CS65D

Godox Lantern 65cm For Bowens / S-Type Mount

Godox Lantern 65cm For Bowens / S-Type Mount

Ideal for use overhead or to raise the ambient illumination level, the 65cm diameter Collapsible Lantern Softbox has an Omni-directional quality of light. Durable materials and has accessories such as an optional skirt set to control the 270° beam spread. The Lantern has a Bowens mount that fits Godox lights such as the SL150 II, UL150, and VL series, but it is also compatible with many other lights that use this popular mount.

Benefits:

Beam spread is 270° for soft omnidirectional light quality

Bowens mount is widely compatible

Fast, simple setup

Optional skirts for beam spread control

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Godox Lantern 65cm For Bowens / S-Type Mount

Ideal for use overhead or to raise the ambient illumination level, the 65cm diameter Collapsible Lantern Softbox has an Omni-directional quality of light. Durable materials and has accessories such as an optional skirt set to control the 270° beam spread. The Lantern has a Bowens mount that fits Godox lights such as the SL150 II, UL150, and VL series, but it is also compatible with many other lights that use this popular mount.

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