Profoto launched Umbrella XL

Profoto has launched the new Umbrella XL. It is a new photography lighting and Light Shaping Tools which consists of three versions, they are white, silver and translucent. The new Profoto Umbrella XL allows photographers to change the light distribution by simply sliding the umbrella shaft inside the flash head by offers a diameter of 65-inch with a slightly parabolic shape. Additionally, the Umbrella XL also allows users to adjust the light spread by moving the Zoom Reflector back or forth. For more information please go to the Profoto website.

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The Umbrella XL also offers an optional front diffuser to soften the light and reduce the intensity by 1.5 f/stops, practically converting the white and silver models into a fully functioning Octabox. It also allows photographers to mount the umbrella on a light stand, or for use with other flash brands with offers an optional stand adapter.

The Umbrella XL is able to create a smooth light but yet distinctive, which allows photographers to illuminate small groups of people or all their photo subjects with just a single light source. The Umbrella XL also allows user to pair it with all Profoto flash heads and monolights, even on the Cine Reflector, and thereby be used with Profoto’s line of continuous light sources.


* Fits on all Profoto flash heads and monolights.
* Compatible with ProDaylight Air and ProTungsten Air.

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