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The Litepipe P From broncolor Is A New Light-Shaping Tool

The Litepipe P is a new flash and continuous light source for photographers from broncolor.

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The Litepipe P From broncolor Is A New Light-Shaping Tool : The Litepipe P From broncolor


broncolor has introduced a light shaper to their range of portable lighting range. 

It's called the Litepipe P and can be used as a flash or switched to produce a constant light and is constructed from 5 components. It delivers a homogeneous light, which can be altered according to circumstances and comes with two counter-reflectors (textile covers with alu reflex coating; 1 narrow, 1 wider). The Litepipe P can also act as a natural ambient light when the counter- reflectors are not used.

The tube-shaped diffuser that makes up the centrepiece can be rolled up for transport, and the small pack size fits into a small bag so it can be used on location as well as in the studio.

The Litepipe P is compatible with the following broncolor lamps: Pulso G, Unilite, Litos, MobiLED (if available, a matt protecting glass is recommended respectively) and Siros monolight.

For more information, visit the Manfrotto website

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