Snapbags and Snapgrids work with Kino Flo

Snapbags and Snapgrids work with Kino Flo


DoPchoice GmbH
Danklstr. 4 · 81371 München · Germany
Phone: +49 89 95449293 · Fax: +49 89 17927731
Effective: May 31, 2016

Snapbags and Snapgrids work with Kino Flo
SNAPBAG-KINO-FLO-SELECT-30-MFDoPchoice, innovative maker of professional light directing products, now offers their time-saving Snapbag® version of the softbox and Snapgrid® snap-up grid systems to fit select popular Kino Flo lights.

A departure from traditional softboxes and grids, DoPchoice’s patented Snap Technology® cuts installation time to seconds. In a snap the user removes the Snapbag or Snapgrid from its bag and in a moment the light-refining tool is on the Kino Flo fixture, ready to work.

The lightweight and self-tightening Snapbag employs highly reflective materials inside to intensify the light while still gently diffusing for soft output. Weighing just ounces, its quickly attaches to the light fixture via durable elastic straps that hug the rectangular fixture.

Snapgrids mount to the front of a Kino Flo fixture with sturdy hook and loop fabric to direct the light and eliminate spill. When the rigid frame is freed from its pouch it instantly stretches the grid into position so there’s no sag, even when in a horizontal position. Snapgrids are available for 40 or 50-degree light dispersion.

The Snapgrids are purpose-built to fit Kino Flo’s 2-foot and 4-foot 4Bank, Flathead, Celeb, and Select 30 lighting fixtures. Snapbags are available for the Kino Flo Select 30 fixtures.

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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 it’s 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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