Large enough for full lengths in the studio...light enough to take any -- the SNAP 1255 is for wherever you need a portable gridded stripbox!
- Easy to open and collapse with the diffusion and grid on!
- Lightweight and portable. Almost two pounds lighter than our GoMo 1x5 Stripbox.
- Long enough for full-length portraits, but great for headshots as well.
- Popular Bowens mount.
Lighting should be a SNAP.
SNAP softboxes are designed to be a snap to use -- quick to setup and take down – but more importantly they provide a little extra snap to your lighting. The reflective silver interior gives your lighting just a little snap of contrast while keeping the overall look soft and diffuse. Need more snap? Remove one or both diffusion layers – it’s a snap with the quick tabs and Velcro. Need to focus the light more? Use the included grid. So much versatility in one softbox!
It’s a snap to setup and use.
Perfect for portraits, sportraits, headshots, hairlights, products, or anywhere you need a full-size stripbox. To expand the softbox just pull up on each of the four spring-loaded rods until they pop into place. Done! To collapse, just press a button for each rod. Simple and easy…a complete snap!
It’s a complete package.
As mentioned before, your SNAP softbox includes two layers of diffusion plus the fabric grid at no extra charge. Plus, we kick in a nice carrying bag so you can easily take your SNAP on location.
It’s time you take your lighting up a notch…make it a SNAP!
Warning: SNAP softboxes have no association with Thanos, the Avengers or the Marvel Universe. Your SNAP cannot be used for instant population reduction. Do not use your SNAP and then say “Oh, SNAP!” because that can get annoying.
• Includes: softbox, two diffusion panels, fabric grid, carrying case
• Bowens mount
• Weight/Size in case:
o 34”x 7” encased; 55” long, 12" wide,19” deep opened; 3 lbs
• Includes one-year MoLight warranty from defect.
SNAP softboxes are made exclusively for MoLight.
Watch an unboxing, setup, and demonstration from MoLight ProTeam mentor, Gary Box.