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Photoflex LiteDome XS Kit, with X-Small, Softbox with Basic Connector , Adjustable Shoe Mount Hardware and Multiclamp

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About Photoflex

Although the extra small LiteDome® is the smallest kit in the LiteDome® line, it makes an enormous improvement in results for the event, portrait or editorial photographer who uses ShoeMount flash.

The LiteDome® extra small mounts onto any camera flash bracket with a 5/8 inch stud and enables photographers to immediately step up from the amateur look of harsh on-camera snapshots to soft broad-source lit photographs. The improvement is striking.

The extra small LiteDome® Basic Kit goes beyond quick handheld shooting applications by including our MultiClamp for easy mounting onto any 5/8 inch stud such as LiteStands, GripJaw, LiteReach, numerous Photoflex® swivels and mounting hardware from other manufacturers. The ShoeMount MultiClamp accepts a variety of Photoflex® SoftBoxes, all of which deliver the look of controlled, off-camera studio lighting to photographers who work with battery powered flashes.

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4.3

(based on 27 reviews)

89%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

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    (13)

  • 4 Stars

     

    (11)

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Most Liked Positive Review

 

Nice soft light

Generates a soft light and prevents light Riege where they do not want. I use it with my Canon 580ex direct from the camera without the use of after market remote.

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

Good for the money, a bit flimsy,

I like this pack overall. When i received i got two of the small flash brackets, and i thought how funny that was, well next day opening the bag the piece drops and the screw that tights the flash brakes apart, it may be replaced but thanks i got the other one haven't tried, i'm more careful now, it wasn't a big fall so i find it a bit fragile. Next you have to tighten the flash as most as you can and make sure that it worked out, i dropped a flash for not tighten hard, although i feel like ...

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I like this pack overall. When i received i got two of the small flash brackets, and i thought how funny that was, well next day opening the bag the piece drops and the screw that tights the flash brakes apart, it may be replaced but thanks i got the other one haven't tried, i'm more careful now, it wasn't a big fall so i find it a bit fragile. Next you have to tighten the flash as most as you can and make sure that it worked out, i dropped a flash for not tighten hard, although i feel like i could tight to much and break the piece (the bracket not the shoe). Once tight your flash is safe. The other thing is that the aluminum sticks are a bit fragile, if you don't tore it a part carefully the bend a bit to much, what worries me when straighten them back to normal, cause it feels that it could be brake. So at the end is loads cheaper than the lastolite, but not that cheap. The effects that i got, is as expected from a softbox this size, hard but soft. Really cool look.

Reviewed by 27 customers

 
4.0

Good buy, so far

By

Not really too difficult to assemble, takes a few minutes. Seem to work very well with my flash units.

(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
2.0

It's ok.

By

The build quality is really cheap and I can tell it won't last long. If you're going to use it a lot. Save your money. Over prized product.

 
5.0

This is My Second One

By

This is my Second unit. I uses almost every time on wedding and fashion photography as my principal light. I use with a big Flash Head Sunpak 622. Is not necessarily get additional items to setup as main light. Cons.: Diffuse so much. Is difficult to use on hard sun lights (as 12:00p.m.). I always use to mix lights, ambiance and flash light. I use in all my weddings and editorial photography as main. Better use at night.

 
5.0

Great product!

By

I've not used it extensively, but it appears to be decently durable. If you were going to use it a lot, I'd probably spring for something a little more expensive/heavier quality. I don't own a light stand so I use my tripod, which works pretty well for the time being. I'll probably be getting a light stand in the near future. Overall it's a great product!

 
3.0

Not bad for the money

By

It's a super easy to set up softbox on the fly. I've used it a lot for quick portraits during weddings. I'd like to get something bigger but for the speedlights its great.

 
4.0

good stuff to have in my magic bag.

By

More control out of the bag for different ligthing cond. easy set up and take down. Get your shots and put it away.

 
5.0

easy set up

By

very bright and allows almost 3 d look to photographs

 
5.0

My Favorite Light

By

I use this light as a Key light for video shotos

 
5.0

Great Product

By

Great way to spread out the light from your off-camera flash. I use it for portraits.

 
5.0

Great product...Highly recommend!

By

I used this product to soften and spread the light from my SB-800 while its off camera. This products works as designed and is very easy to move into position when used with a light stand or boom.

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Ron M  If I decide in the future to go with a larger softbox will this mount work as well?
DAVID R  The mounting hardware is part of the Firefly.
Ron M  If I decide in the future to go with a larger softbox will this mount work as well?
DAVID R  The mounting hardware is part of the Firefly.
DESE C  Hi - any experience using a Canon 430 strobe ?
DESE C  I have the SB 700 also, and use it with Nikon bodies I have. Very helpful, thanks.
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