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Web Code: 345BOO066  •  Mfr Code: LIGHTDOMEMINI
Was: $149.98 CAD
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Product Highlights
  • Compact and Efficient Diffusion
  • 16 Rods. Built Tough
  • Simple and Compact
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  • Compact and Efficient Diffusion
  • 16 Rods. Built Tough
  • Simple and Compact
  • Control Spill
  • The Aputure Light Dome Mini is the little brother to our revolutionary Light Dome. It's a modifier designed specifically for the Light Storm 120 and 300 series of LED lighting fixtures. With its wide variety of applications and a design that is perfect for lighting tight spaces in a simple and compact form-factor, the Light Dome Mini is the perfect lighting modifier especially for when you are on the go.
  • Double the Diffusion:
  • The Light Dome Mini is equipped with double diffusion, a silver interior and first-class nylon exterior to produce an extremely soft and even look on your subject.
  • 16 Rods. Built Tough as Nails.
  • The 16 rods of the Light Dome Mini are durable and heat-resistant. This Hexadecagon structure creates a precise circular round light as well as an appealing catch light in the eyes of your camera talent.
  • Simple and Compact.
  • Aputure Light Dome Mini is 687mm wide and 250mm deep, meaning it is designed to be compact from the get-go. It's easy to install and fold up, but the features don't stop there. We equipped this accessory with a 37.8 degree grid and speed-ring to work smoothly with any Bowens mount light.
  • Control Spill.
  • The included 37.8 degree grid adds an unprecedented ability to focus the output of your fixture to a certain and specific area. With more control, comes the better flexibility. In portrait lighting, for instance, the grid allows for better separation between your foreground subjects and the background.
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