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Profoto Deep Silver Extra Large Umbrella (165cm/65")

Profoto Deep Silver Extra Large Umbrella (165cm/65")

The 65" extra-large Deep Silver Umbrella from Profoto has a highly reflective silver interior, ideal for producing soft shadows with crisp details. The increased depth of this model allows for more precise control over the spread of the light. Also, it features 16 fibreglass rods for a rounder shape and a more even light spread.

It is made of heat-resistant materials and the metal elements are surface treated to prevent rust and discolouration. Additionally, this umbrella comes with a fabric carrying bag for travel. An optional diffuser (sold separately) allows you to transform this umbrella into a softbox.

Features:

Highly Reflective Silver Interior

Deep Shape Provides More Precise Control

16 Fiberglass Rods for Rounder Shape

Heat-Resistant Materials

Surface Treated to Prevent Rust

Carrying Bag

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Profoto Deep Silver Extra Large Umbrella (165cm/65")

The 65" extra-large Deep Silver Umbrella from Profoto has a highly reflective silver interior, ideal for producing soft shadows with crisp details. The increased depth of this model allows for more precise control over the spread of the light. Also, it features 16 fibreglass rods for a rounder shape and a more even light spread.

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