Lightstream Cube Kit 25 with vinyl soft case for 25cm & 7x10cm reflectors with grip gear by dedolight - (SLRBOX25)
Dedolight is offering new Lightstream kits in various shapes and sizes. For those of you who know dedolight well, this is what they do; endless iterations of kitting! This is a compact dedolight vinyl "Cube" kit built to carry six 25cm and four 7x10cm Lightstream reflectors with supporting grip gear. The vinyl version of the DSCLS25 cube soft case is an ergonomic way to protect and transport smaller Lightstream reflectors, especially if you want to repel moisture more than the canvas version of the case. Since the entirety of the interior is a laser-cut foam block it is built for a perfect fit. The main compartment contains the reflectors, as well as spaces for supporting grip pieces (see the "Kit Contents" tab for the full gear list). A compartment at the bottom of the case contains a laser cut foam insert to carry 7x DLR-LOCK mounts. This is a turnkey kit for small tabletop Lightstreaming, or if you need supporting light sources to accent your subjects.
13.2" x 11.8" x 18.5"
DSCLS25 cube case is 1.59 lbs empty
14.37 lbs fully loaded
Lightstream reflectors, when used with dedolight focusing lights and "Parallel Beam Intensifier" lenses, offer a systematic approach to reflecting and redefining light. From a single source, it's possible to create multiple light sources without adding to your power footprint. The light qualities are brilliant, offering hard and soft looks depending on the type reflector, and beam used as its host. The system is brought to life by using a light source with a strait, clean, parallel beam which "DPBA" lenses on dedolights produce. They warp the flood setting of the light back into a powerful strait spot, somewhere between 4° and 8°, depending on the light and lens used. These lenses can get you up to 550% MORE light output than the light can produce natively (DLED3-D with DPBA-610 Intensifier). With that new beam, you can use a #1 reflector to redirect it without major changes (think front-facing mirror, but with better results). Use a #2 Lightstream reflector to spread that host beam to a 12° spot. A #3 Lightstream reflector will shine a 50° flood, and the #4 Lightstream reflector offer a 90°, spread not unlike a standard bounce board. The creative, professional, economic and environmental possibilities are too large to list. "Lightstreaming" with Lightstream reflectors and Parallel Beam Intensifiers is simply a game changer.