Flashpoint II 32x48" Softbox for all Model II Monolights, Velcro Edge Accepts Egg Crate Grid

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Flashpoint : Picture 1 regular

About Flashpoint

• The translucent light produced by these Softboxes has been the photographer's friend for over 10 years. While we haven't changed the beautiful light quality of our products, we have greatly improved the fabrics on our softboxes for still photography. These improvements come about through ongoing strobe bank development plus experience in building softboxes for the larger Flashpoint Monolights. The new fabrics are much more resistant to the effects of heat, age and pollution. The color temperature of this new softbox is near neutral, and will stay thatstay that way.

Also comes in (FP2SB1670) 16x70 (FP2SB2424E) 24x24 (FP2SB2436) 24x36 , 30X60, 12X36, 36X36

Flashpoint Features

  • This comes with a mounting ring for Flashpoint, but you can use this softbox on most light units. We sell rings for Balcar, Bowens, Pohotgenic, Speedotron, Multiblitz, Profoto, Speedotron, Hensel, Visatec, Elinchrom,etc search
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3.4

(based on 7 reviews)

86%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

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Most Liked Positive Review

 

Decent Softbox for the Price

This is a very basic softbox. Construction is average. Frame of box is alittle weak and sags from the top. Overall for the price it produces nice soft light. Rotating speedring is nice. Box can be turned for full length portraits or group shots. Assembly wasn't bad. Took around 5 minutes fisrt time.

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

Solid but nothing special

The softbox is large, as expected. Comes with a ring light, 4 rods, outer covering with silver interior, internal and external diffuser, no caring case is provided. Assembly is very standard for soft boxes. It takes a some strength to get the last rod in place. The material seems strong enough. The internal diffuser attaches with metal hooks that are hard to attached and detach. The outer diffuser attaches to the softbox with Velcro. What I don't like about the box is that it has no e...

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The softbox is large, as expected. Comes with a ring light, 4 rods, outer covering with silver interior, internal and external diffuser, no caring case is provided. Assembly is very standard for soft boxes. It takes a some strength to get the last rod in place. The material seems strong enough. The internal diffuser attaches with metal hooks that are hard to attached and detach. The outer diffuser attaches to the softbox with Velcro. What I don't like about the box is that it has no engineering behind it besides the classic softbox design. It takes a long time to setup and tear down. Where many other soft boxes have moved to a more umbrella design or rods that are attached with a lot less hassle this one is has the same design as older soft boxes from 20 years ago. The material is good and the design is not bad, it is just the same as all the cheap soft boxes you find on the market. As far as the pictures are concern it works very nice and provides very soft light for portraits. The ring light lets the softbox to be rotated and that is nice. I would recommend with reservations. The price seems right.

Reviewed by 7 customers

 
4.0

Very good for the price

By

Easy to assemble and easy to carry around. Works well.

 
4.0

For the money, excellent product

By

The complaints about this box are unfounded in my opinion. These boxes aren't built like tanks, but they don't cost the price of tanks either. No question they're a bit of a pain to assemble...getting that last rod into the mounting collar is tricky every time. But while the fully-assembled box still shows wrinkles on the front diffuser, this is a cosmetic issue only. The light from these boxes is soft and even...and that's what you're buying them for. They may not last as long as some more expensive boxes...I don't know because mine are still new. But I could afford to buy several for the price of many competitors, so that's not a big deal to me. What counts is the light...and the light from these boxes is lovely.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Very Good for the Price

By

Come with inner and outer diffuser and come with Egg Crate Grid!!!!! a super plus , comes with case too!!!!! Not easy to set up but what softbox does !!! :) would recommend

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
1.0

Not worth the money

By

Not worth the space it takes up in the studio, cheap fabric tares every time I try to assemble it. When it is together, the diffuser is loose and does not attach very well. It seems as if the support rods are to long for the soft box. I would not recommend this to anyone.

(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Decent Softbox for the Price

By

This is a very basic softbox. Construction is average. Frame of box is alittle weak and sags from the top. Overall for the price it produces nice soft light. Rotating speedring is nice. Box can be turned for full length portraits or group shots. Assembly wasn't bad. Took around 5 minutes fisrt time.

(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
3.0

Solid but nothing special

By

The softbox is large, as expected. Comes with a ring light, 4 rods, outer covering with silver interior, internal and external diffuser, no caring case is provided. Assembly is very standard for soft boxes. It takes a some strength to get the last rod in place. The material seems strong enough. The internal diffuser attaches with metal hooks that are hard to attached and detach. The outer diffuser attaches to the softbox with Velcro. What I don't like about the box is that it has no engineering behind it besides the classic softbox design. It takes a long time to setup and tear down. Where many other soft boxes have moved to a more umbrella design or rods that are attached with a lot less hassle this one is has the same design as older soft boxes from 20 years ago. The material is good and the design is not bad, it is just the same as all the cheap soft boxes you find on the market. As far as the pictures are concern it works very nice and provides very soft light for portraits. The ring light lets the softbox to be rotated and that is nice. I would recommend with reservations. The price seems right.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

great product

By

Great softbox for the value. Easy to put together, and foldable for carrying around.

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Shopper  What is the inner diameter of the speed ring that came with this softbox? I intend to use 2 speedlights with it.
CHIKUR H  It would be amazing if Adorama offered a tall (maybe 5 or 6 feet by 32 or 36" softbox that had holes to accept two of their inexpensive monolights at once along with a light stand or special bracket that could hold the two lights securely in position from one stand, for the purpose of evenly lighting up green screen backgrounds, even rim lighting for full length portraits, even coverage on large product shots like cars, etc, while still having directional control of the light! A detachable grid would also be very important for such a product. Umbrellas can be used but totally lack directional control. Parabolics can be used but are large and round, so not so good for rim lighting and narrow light spill even though they may be able to accept a grid.
Shopper  what light does this take?
Andrew R  This softbox is compatible with all Flashpoint Model II Monolights
Shopper  What is the inner diameter of the speed ring that came with this softbox? I intend to use 2 speedlights with it.
CHIKUR H  It would be amazing if Adorama offered a tall (maybe 5 or 6 feet by 32 or 36" softbox that had holes to accept two of their inexpensive monolights at once along with a light stand or special bracket that could hold the two lights securely in position from one stand, for the purpose of evenly lighting up green screen backgrounds, even rim lighting for full length portraits, even coverage on large product shots like cars, etc, while still having directional control of the light! A detachable grid would also be very important for such a product. Umbrellas can be used but totally lack directional control. Parabolics can be used but are large and round, so not so good for rim lighting and narrow light spill even though they may be able to accept a grid.
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