At NAB, DoPchoice will premiere a new grid style, the SnapGrid Honeycomb.
DoPchoice said the new grid design offers the same tight corner design, materials and craftsmanship as their square corner versions in a new hexagonal design. The new shape offers different horizontal and vertical characteristics including slightly softer shadows and a hexagonal eye-light reflection.
Available for the entire range of SnapGrids and Butterflies, the Honeycombs are offered in a variety of different degree versions.
Because tube-style LED lights are popular, DoPchoice offers the Single Tube SnapBag, the slimmest softbox out there. With a cylindrical design, it’s a neat fit for a slim tube of up to four feet in length
DoPchoice will also display new customized light shaping accessories ready for the DMG Lumière Maxi Mix including two types of SnapBags (standard and dome-shaped), and light directing SnapGrids.
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