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Lastolite Ezybox Hotshoe

Lastolite Ezybox Hotshoe - A new portable softbox for shoe mount flashguns to give your portable flash a studio light quality.

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Lastolite Ezybox Hotshoe
Lastolite Ezybox Hotshoe
Press release:
JP Distribution announce the new Ezybox Hotshoe from award winning manufacturer Lastolite.

A new addition to their ever popular range of portable softboxes, the Ezybox Hotshoe is purpose built to work with shoe mount flashguns. It converts your battery operated tilt head flash gun from a harsh directional light into a soft light that can be mounted onto either a light stand or a camera bracket. It comes complete with Ezybox 15” x 15”, speedring and flash shoe bracket.

The Ezybox Hotshoe expands in the same way any Lastolite product will do. Simply tuck the metal speedring into the back of the softbox and attach the flash gun! The Ezybox (38cm x 38cm), speedring and multi adjustable flash shoe bracket all come supplied in a small Lastolite bag! Perfect for the photographer on the go.

It is ideal for the Canon’s Speedlite 580EX or Nikon’s Speedlite SB-800 users, who require a quick and portable lighting solution.

Up and working in less than one minute!
Very low light loss, only half a stop!
Colour balanced

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Somehow, I feel I should be excited?

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This has been done before... 18yrs ago?? Seem to recall seeing in their catalogue.
It dose look good to me and I would prob buy one but not at that price, I brought a light tent/box thing (80x80) for less than 40!
Clever idea. Stupid price.
Too much money. Will be using my brolly and flashgun until these prices become more realistic.

Quote:Will be using my brolly and flashgun until these prices become more realistic.

I'll continue to stick to a white 'hanky' when needed...


I'll continue to stick to a white 'hanky' when needed...


Just make sure its clean Mike!!
Would a snotty hanky balance artificial light?
keithh Plus
13 25.2k 33 Wallis And Futuna
Yes, but it becomes a snot box....

....it's more expensive than an equivalent Elinchrome!!!

But still a good make do idea
Is that a shortened version of a snoot?

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