Phottix Light Stand Boom Arm and Sandbag
Ever used a boom? It opens up a world of possibilities compared to traditional light stands. C Stands are the defacto standard – but they are hard to use outside of the studio and not price friendly.
Answer: The Phottix Light Stand Boom Arm turns any light stand into a boom stand. The Boom Arm attached to standard light stands and offers a 160cm (62″) extendable boom. Add a new dimension to your lighting – add a boom arm to your arsenal.
Other features include:
- Reversible 3/8″ 1/4″ threaded stud
- Fully adjustable through 180 degrees.
- Attachment point for sandbag
- Phottix Stay-Put Sandbag II included
See your nearest Phottix retailer for more information or jump over to the Phottix Online Store.
Phottix Para-Pro ESF Reflective Umbrella
The newest addition to the Phottix Para-Pro line-up of professional umbrellas. The Para-Pro ESF 130cm (50″) is an extra silver, highly reflective umbrella, with a brighter center point to better highlight your subject. The extra lightweight reflective material means this umbrella is very easy to carry.
The Phottix Para-Pro umbrellas feature white fibreglass spokes for cleaner reflections and catchlights. Para-Pro products will stand up to the rigours of on location work as well as in the studio.
See your Phottix retailer or jump over to the Phottix Online Store to pick one up in time for the holidays.
By Robert Harrington
Team Phottix has been a little lax in updating the Phottix Journal. It’s been a very busy time since the Phottix Mitros+ was released in October. The new TTL Transceiver flash was the star of the show at the PhotoPlus Expo in NYC in October.
Gary Fong released a video last week with his initial thoughts on Mitros+. The Phoblographer posted their review of Phottix’s latest and greatest. Busy times indeed. [click to continue…]
He needs no introduction. Gary Fong is the original rock star photographer. A fan of the Phottix Odin TTL Flash Trigger, Phottix sent The Fongster the new Phottix Mitros+ TTL Transceiver Flash. Gary was so excited he promptly shot a video. How does the Mitros+ work? Watch Master Fong.
In this corner, Hong Kong Fashion Photographer Carmen Chan. In the other corner, Manila Food and Portrait Photographer Ricky Ladia. No fisticuffs, only cameras, lenses, a model and the new Phottix Mitros+ TTL Transceiver Flash. Who can be declared the winner?
The Phottix Mitros+ TTL Transceiver Flash for Canon is now shipping to Phottix retailers. It is also available in the Phottix Online Store. [click to continue…]