Photoflex Basic Connector for X-Small Litedome (replacement)

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works with the Small Litedome


from Canada  -  Photo Enthusiast

This works with the small litedome and should be included with the purchase and not an extra!!!!


Good even for bigger softboxes


from Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic  -  Pro Photographer

I have 2 XS litedome form photoflex and one of them broke. I also have a Large softbox from photoflex with a speedring to adapt to the photogenic studiomax III monolights. I like to use the Sunpak 622 flashes because they're portable, powerfull and adaptable, so I took the XS litedome basic connector and adapt it to the Large softbox to use it with the Sunpak 622 and get a portable system in any location and studio quality lightning. I have been using it for at least 6 month and had great results. The basic connector is very strong. You should try it.


Works great!!!


from Jackson, Tn.  -  Semi-pro Photographer

works great on my Photoflex speedlight softbox!


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LOUIS C  As a replacement for another soft box so that I can use with small flash strobes.
ML H  HELP!! I purchased a medium photoflex lightbox however no hardware came with it. Is the basic connector all I would need (JTL Lighting) ??? please someone help me out
DAVID R  $35.00 i use this with a 580ex with an extra battery pack and paul buff cyber sync triggers for flash and camera. not sure about studio lights check alein bee site they nay have something for you. Add to Wish ListMfr. Part: ACB222SM SKU: PF222SM Photoflex Accessory Hardware for X-Small LiteDome (fits most shoe mount flashes

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