Westcott 40-Degree Grid for 28" Apollo

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About Westcott

The Westcott 40-Degree Grid is made up of cells that control off axis light in four directions while maintaining the soft quality inherent in a large light source. It allows you to create separation & depth such as a hair light where you want to control just the light going onto the hair in order to separate it from the background. Grid corners are left unattached in order to provide the perfect fit. This allows you to stretch the grid taught and avoid sagging or drooping.

Westcott Features

  • Eliminate spill & flare: As light is focused into a forward direction through use of a grid, it can help to eliminate spill light or lens flare
  • 40-degree spread of light: The off axis portion of the light is controlled by the cell size. The cell size (measured in degrees) describes the maximum cutoff angle of the off axis light. A 40-degree grid is the most popular degree used
  • Light loss: Light loss at the center axis is minimal at a distance 3 to 4 times the diagonal dimension of the light source. On most models it is less than a 1/4 a stop of light
  • Perfect for travel: The grid is soft, that collapse down for easy transport and travel
  • Easy attachment: Grid is easily attach through the use of hook and loop tape. When attaching, place your diffusion panel about 1/2 way in on the hook tape. This will leave enough room for the egg crate to attach directly in front of the diffusion panel

Westcott Specifications

Compatibility
28" / 71.12 cm Apollo
Material
100% nylon
Light Spread
40-degree
Dimensions (W x L x D)
28 x 28 x 1.25" / 71.1 x 71.1 x 3.1cm
Folded: 14 x 4 x 3.8" / 35.6 x 10.2 x 9.6 cm
Weight
0.7 lbs. (0.3 kg)
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