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Interfit Announces New Line Of Collapsible Softboxes & Beauty Dishes

By Anthony Thurston on June 14th 2014

Interfit has announced a new line of collapsible softboxes and beauty dishes aimed at professionals that need their gear to pack down for easy travel and on location use. The new collapsible units will come in both Bowens and Elinchrom bayonet mounts, and are expected to ship by August 2014.

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The benefit of these new Interfit collapsible softboxes comes from having an internal frame of interlocking fibreglass rods that lock into place, which greatly reduces the length of time required to set them up and tear them down between shoots.

[REWIND: Westcott Icelight Review]

Interfit will initially be releasing these new collapsible modifiers in 6 different sizes ranging from a 96cm x 96cm square to a 110cm circular beauty dish. The complete list of available sizes is below:

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  • 90cm (36in) square
  • 80 x 120cm (32 x 48in) rectangular
  • 30 x 150cm (12 x 59in) stripbox
  • 110cm (44in) octabox
  • 70cm (28in) beauty dish
  • 110cm (40in) beauty dish

As mentioned above, these new modifiers are expected to begin shipping in August of this year. Prices start at $74.99 and go up from there depending on the size of the modifier that you decide to purchase. You can learn more about these modifiers over at the newly redesigned Interfit website.

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[via Lighting Rumors]

 

Anthony Thurston is a photographer based in the Salem, Oregon area specializing in Boudoir. He recently started a new project, Fiercely Boudoir to help support the growing boudoir community. Find him over on Instagram. You may also connect with him via Email.

Q&A Discussions

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  1. Herm Tjioe

    Better rigidity yet difficult to set up or better setup yet more reasons to break early, Hmmmm

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  2. Kurk Rouse

    I really can’t afford to be purchasing twice if the of light quality is not great from these, i’ll stick to westcott stuff for now

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  3. Matt Walsh

    Anyone know the quality of light that comes out of these?

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