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Lastolite collapsible Tri Grip Reflector launched

Lastolite collapsible Tri Grip Reflector launched - Traditionally collapsible reflectors are round which makes them very easy to fold up but makes them difficult to support on location without taking along stands and brackets. These exciting new products feature a triangular design.

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Johnsons Photopia Limited have announced the launch of the new Lastolite Tri Grip Reflector to strengthen the Lastolite lighting control product portfolio.

Traditionally collapsible reflectors are round which makes them very easy to fold up but makes them difficult to support on location without taking along stands and brackets. These exciting new products feature a new triangular design. This shape combines the ability to quickly fold up the product with superior rigidity thus making them easier to support. The photographer is able to position the Tri Grip Reflector using just one hand and the comfortable handle allows for easy positioning of the reflecting panel even whilst operating a camera with the other hand. These reflectors measure 85cm (33") yet quickly and easily collapse to 38cm (15") for easy transportation.

Lastolite Reflector

The Tri Grip Reflector, along with all the Lastolite reflector range features a new, more durable rim tape and a new stronger storage bag. A newly designed identification label has also been introduced that clearly indicates which of the 4 following available models is inside the bag -silver/white, translucent, gold/white or sunfire/silver.

The Tri Grip Reflector is available immediately at a Recommended Retail Price of £59.99.

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