By on 2011-03-09

Westcott prepares to launch three new parabolic umbrellas to the market.

TOLEDO, OH – March 9, 2011 – Westcott is excited to announce the launch of three new parabolic umbrellas to the Westcott line – White Diffusion, Silver and White/Black. Each umbrella is 7’ (2.2m) and weights only 2.5 lbs (1.13kg). These parabolic umbrellas are constructed using 16 durable fiberglass ribs composite that offer added strength and durability over standard steel or aluminum frames. The custom-designed center umbrella shaft is engineered with double the thickness of most umbrella shafts. This durable shaft has a standard 7mm tapered tip that fits into virtually all photography equipment.

The 7’ White Diffusion Parabolic Umbrella (#4632) is an ideal solution for diffusing large areas of harsh light. The 7’ Silver Parabolic Umbrella (#4633) offers maximum light reflection. The 7’ White/Black Parabolic Umbrella (#4634) offers a white interior that softens and broadens bounced light with a solid black backing to eliminate any potential for back spill light. All comes standard comes with a heavy-duty nylon carry case with shoulder strap. It is lightweight and ideal for travel.

Each umbrella (#4632, #4633, #4634) comes with an introductory rate of $129.90 and average street price of $99.90. To purchase these umbrellas, visit our website www.fjwestcott.com and click the ‘Dealer Locator’ at the top. Input your city information and you will be able to find a dealer near you.

About The F.J. Westcott Company
Westcott headquartered in Toledo, Ohio, is a leading manufacture of light control equipment, backgrounds and accessories for professional imagemakers in photography and video fields.

For more information, please visit us on the web at www.fjwestcott.com. For all advertising information, please visit www.fjwestcott.com/press/index.cfm. You can also follow us on Twitter and Facebook.

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