SKU: GC52-NNSBCP200R

Nanlite SB-CP200-R Round Softbox for Compac 200 and 200B

Nanlite SB-CP200-R Round Softbox for Compac 200 and 200B

The Compac 200 and 200B Rapid-Fold Collapsible Softbox from Nanlite is specifically designed for the Compac 200 and 200B LED Fixtures. It creates a soft and even light quality and creates natural-looking catchlights in your subject's eyes. This softbox features an easy-to-use pop-open design, and a speed ring is not required. It opens with a twist of the wrist, tubular magnetic locks maintain the shape of the modifier, and touch-fastener straps slip over the fixture to lock the unit into place. A carry bag is included for storage and transport.

Features:

For Compac 200 and 200B LED Fixtures

Pop-Open Design

For Soft & Even Light Quality

Creates Natural-Looking Catchlights

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Nanlite SB-CP200-R Round Softbox for Compac 200 and 200B

The Compac 200 and 200B Rapid-Fold Collapsible Softbox from Nanlite is specifically designed for the Compac 200 and 200B LED Fixtures. It creates a soft and even light quality and creates natural-looking catchlights in your subject's eyes. This softbox features an easy-to-use pop-open design, and a speed ring is not required. It opens with a twist of the wrist, tubular magnetic locks maintain the shape of the modifier, and touch-fastener straps slip over the fixture to lock the unit into place. A carry bag is included for storage and transport.

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