Sunbounce SunSwatter Pro 4x6' Frame & Seamless Translucent Textile with 1/3 Stop Light Reduction.

Sunbounce
SKU: CF250250SSW MFR: C-250-250SSW
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List Price: $433.00

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$394.80
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About Sunbounce SunSwatter Pro 4x6' Frame

• This textile is the robust, standard diffusion material for soft light. The Translucent 1/3 textile softens and reduces the light by about 1/3 of an f/stop. It will cut the highlight / shadow contrast considerably. In any size, the effect is a good basic photographic light for either film or digital. This truly is the all purpose and daily use workhorse.
• All the Screens and Bags are made from the finest reflective and translucent materials available worldwide. The Sunbounce SYSTEM III® is your only choice. Whatever or wherever you want to shoot, do not accept any limitations.



Sunbounce SunSwatter Pro 4x6' Frame Features

  • It is the only truly rigid frame system because it is 3-Dimensional.
  • It is extremely light despite its size.
  • The screen remains taut because it can be tensioned like the skin of a drum.
  • Only the very best quality fabrics are used.
  • No velcro fasteners are ever used.
  • High quality needle work ensures taut fit without tearing.
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paula g  curious while looking for this product i saw a belt to put the pole into. is this necessary? thank you
WILLIAM S  Primarily an advantage for video, where the board has to be in position for long periods of time (rehearsals, takes, etc.). Means you don't have to support the large frame with just your arms. Not much of an advantage for stills. Or, mount it on a couple C-stands and just have the crew stabilize it from wind, rather than actually hold it.
Phil E  Was wondering if anybody uses the sun swatter and would I benefit more from the 1/3 or the 2/3 versions?
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