DoPchoice announces the most versatile softbox ever, the Snapbag Medium. When combined with the Rabbit-Ears mounting system, a single Snapbag Medium can be quickly mounted directly on a variety of popular LED soft lights.

The patented Snapbag self-tightening soft box has gained popularity due to its easier handling, quality of output, and quick deployment. DoPchoice’s revolutionary Rabbit-Ears mounting system, quickly adapts to attach to many different LED soft light fixtures, shortening the traditional soft box’s complicated routine of inserting multiple rods into a speed ring. Instead, the Rabbit-Ears solution makes set up and tear down simpler and quicker, with no small parts to get lost or broken.

Snapbag Medium maximizes light output through the use of reflective material on the soft box’s interior, efficiently creating pleasing lighting without spill. The output can be directed by adding a DoPchoice Snapgrid® right onto the front of the Snapbag Medium.

The same Snapbag Medium, equipped with Rabbit-Ears, fits the ARRI Skypanel S30 and S60, BB&S Lighting Area 48 Soft and Studio, Cineo HS and MAVERICK Trucolor, Creamsource Full and Mini, KinoFlo Celeb 200, Litepanels Astra 1×1 and 1×1 Soft, and THELIGHT’s Velvet 1, Velvet 1 Power, Velvet 2 and Velvet 2 Power.

Included with the Snapbag Medium is a Front Diffuser, Baffle and Carry Bag. A set of Rabbit-Ears (available separately) is required to mount the Medium. The Snapbag Medium’s deployed dimensions are L 115 cm (45 in) x W 83 cm (33 in) x H 45 cm (18 in), and it weighs just 1.18 kg (2.6 lb).

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About DoPchoice

Headquartered in Munich, Germany, DoPchoice has provided a fresh take on light refining accessories for the world’s top light fixtures since its founding in 2008 by Stefan Karle. The cinematographer/inventor has created and built lighting tools with more compact and lightweight designs, that are easier to use and faster to set-up—to meet the needs of gaffers, cinematographers and rental houses, worldwide.

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