SKU: GC52-NNEC140X30

Nanlite 35x140cm Strip Softbox Grid for Forza 300/500

The Nanlite 35x140cm Strip Softbox Grid for Forza 300/500 is specifically made for the Forza strip softboxes to help direct and control light spill. Grids are great for selectively lighting subjects without losing the soft quality of light produced by the softbox. This fabric grid swiftly and easily attaches to the softbox via touch fasteners and folds down flat for storage and transport. The Nanlite 35x140cm Strip Softbox Grid for Forza 300/500 uses industry standard Bowens mount to connect to the Forza 300/500.

Key features

  • 50° Grid

  • Controls Spill Light

  • Narrows Beam Spread

  • Adds Directional Control

  • Fabric Grid Folds Flat for Storage

What's in the Box

  • Nanlite 35x140cm Strip Softbox Grid for Forza 300/500

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Product Overview

The Nanlite 35x140cm Strip Softbox Grid for Forza 300/500 is specifically made for the Forza strip softboxes to help direct and control light spill. Grids are great for selectively lighting subjects without losing the soft quality of light produced by the softbox. This fabric grid swiftly and easily attaches to the softbox via touch fasteners and folds down flat for storage and transport. The Nanlite 35x140cm Strip Softbox Grid for Forza 300/500 uses industry standard Bowens mount to connect to the Forza 300/500.

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