Aputure Light Dome III - Circular Quick-Folding Softbox (90cm)

Total including 10% GST: $312.85

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Key Features:

  • Dual-Sided Quick Release Mechanism
  • Hexadecagon Shape with 16 Steel Rods
  • 2 Front Diffusers: 1.5 & 2.5 Stops
  • Removable Inner Diffuser
  • 40° Grid
  • Widely Compatible Bowens Speed Ring
  • Carrying Bag
  • High-Output Reflective Silver Interior

Armed with an upgraded dual-sided & foldable quick release mechanism, the Light Dome III from Aputure accelerates the set-up time for its 16-sided, point source-softening circular softbox, bringing professional, portrait-ready light to any shoot in mere seconds. The parabolic, hexadecanol structure of the Light Dome III is fortified by 16 durable steel support rods, which now snap into place with the downward press of its widely-compatible Bowens Mount bracket, saving valuable time on set. Its shape also promotes uniform light output distribution for soft, even light on any subject. The modifier features a silver interior to maximize the light source's output & comes with an inner diffuser, 1.5-stop & 2.5-stop front diffusers, & a 40° fabric grid for further light-shaping capabilities.

Aputure Light Dome III Specs:

  • Item Type Softbox (16-Sided Hexadecagon Shape)
  • Interior Colour Silver
  • Light Compatibility Includes Speed Ring with Bowens S Mount
  • Quick Open Type Foldable
  • Accepts Grids Yes (Included)
  • Removable Front Face Yes
  • Interior Baffle Yes, Removable
  • Light Loss/Gain 1.5-Stop Loss (with Diffuser & Baffle)
  • 2.5-Stop Loss (with Diffuser & Baffle)
  • Dimensions ø: 89.15 x H: 60 cm (Open)
  • 388 x 18 x 5 cm (Closed)
  • Weight 2.2 kg

In the Box:

  • Aputure Light Dome III (90cm)
  • 16 x Rod
  • 2 x Front Diffuser
  • Inner Diffuser
  • Bowens Speed Ring
  • 40° Grid
  • Carrying Bag

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