SKU: GC40-100606

Profoto Honeycomb Grid for Zoom Reflector 2 - 20° (180mm)

Profoto Honeycomb Grid for Zoom Reflector 2 - 20° (180mm)

This Profoto 20 Degree Honeycomb Grid for Zoom Reflector 2provides a beam spread of 20 degrees when mounted on a Profoto Zoom Reflector. This grid mounts directly onto the Zoom Reflector 2.

Note: When used with an older Profoto Zoom Reflector (circa the 1990s), this grid requires a barndoor with a grid holder, or a grid and filter holder kit.

Grids are essential accessories for any lighting system. These devices alter the shape and intensity of the light output from your flash heads. Using a grid will narrow the circle of light when it is attached to the front of your light source. The size of the circle of light will be determined by the density of the honeycomb, its thickness, and the distance of the subject. The lower the number is in degrees the smaller the circle of light.

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Profoto Honeycomb Grid for Zoom Reflector 2 - 20° (180mm)

This Profoto 20 Degree Honeycomb Grid for Zoom Reflector 2provides a beam spread of 20 degrees when mounted on a Profoto Zoom Reflector. This grid mounts directly onto the Zoom Reflector 2.

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