New Collapsible Reflectors from Profoto
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Profoto has launched a new range of collapsible reflectors for photographers. Designed with high-quality fabrics, each Profoto reflector has a sturdy yet collapsible squircle-shaped metal frame equipped with two ergonomically shaped handles. Four types of two-sided reflectors are available: Silver/White, Sunsilver/White, Gold/White & Matte Black/White. There is also a translucent screen available to be used as a diffuser. Each of these comes in two sizes: Medium (80 cm /32’’) and Large (120 cm /47”), priced at £59 and £89 respectively.
Profoto Press Release
PROFOTO INTRODUCES A NEW LINE OF COLLAPSIBLE REFLECTORS
We do not need tell you why collapsible refl ectors are great. Every photographer knows that (affordable, lightweight, easy to use, etc.). But what you most probably did not know is that Profoto now makes them.
Profoto’s collapsible reflectors stand out from the crowd. First of all, the sturdy yet collapsible squircle-shaped metal frame is equipped with two ergonomically shaped handles, which makes the reflectors much easier to fold and hold in various positions.
Secondly, Profoto Reflectors are designed with high-quality fabrics and the frame itself is far tougher and durable than the average reflector.
Last but not least, Profoto Reflectors are available in no less than ten different versions. Four types of two-sided Reflectors are available: Silver/White, Sunsilver/White, Gold/White & Matte Black/White. There is also a translucent screen available to be used as a diffuser. Each of these is available in two sizes: Medium (80 cm /32’’) and Large (120 cm /47”).
In short, it is now easier than ever before to obtain your fi rst piece of Profoto gear, and those who are already familiar with the brand can expand their set of Profoto tools with a powerful and cordless continuous light source – also known as the sun.
The new Profoto Reflectors are officially released on August 22.