Now Offering Soft Box with Narrower Depth
|TOLEDO, Oh. – June 1, 2009 – The new Shallow Soft Box, ideal for obtaining specular highlights, is now available from Westcott. The product features a 30% reduction in depth, giving light less area to travel before reaching the subject, and is ideal for working in cramped conditions.|
The Shallow Soft Box is perfect for use with fluorescents, speedlites or strobe. The product, featured on the Canon EOS HD tour, is available in 36" x 48" and 54" x 72" sizes. The 36″ Shallow Box is 14″ deep and the 54″ is only 20″ deep. It is built with the same high quality typical of all Westcott products, but with a lighter-weight material for ease with travel. The silver interior of the Shallow Soft Box provides use for up to 750 watts.
Included with each Shallow Soft Box is a 1/4-stop outer diffusion panel. This diffusion fabric offers an extra punch of light that is 3/4-stop greater than a standard diffusion front.
John Williamson, Technical Representative for Westcott and a professional photographer, comments “I am a firm believer in ‘go big or go home’, but whenever I shoot on location space is always a concern. Whether it’s a cramped conference room for an executive or a small kitchen for a chef, I am often very limited in the modifiers I can use. Now with my new Shallow Soft Boxes, I can use larger modifiers in smaller areas.”
The 36" x 48" Shallow Soft Box is at $209.90 MAP and the larger 54" x 72" is at $329.90.
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, video, and broadcast fields.
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