Chimera Adds Litepanels to its POP Bank Products

Chimera has announced the newest addition to its POP bank range — POP bank Small for Litepanels Astra and other 1x1 Fixtures.

Chimera said the POP bank Small expands the range of POP banks for the Litepanels Astra and other 1x1 fixtures. The POP bank Small requires no mounting hardware or frame, and slides over the front of the fixture, allowing for portability and ease of use.

It has an increased front aperture size and the ability to be used vertically or horizontally. The POP bank Small is lightweight, collapsible and handmade in Colorado. It uses Chimera standard small size front screens and increases the aperture of a 1x1 LED panel style fixture to 24-inches x 32-inches.

The POP Bank Small is sold as a kit, with grid-less front screens in Full and Half, packed in a messenger style kit bag. It is available now.

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