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Lastolite Ezybox Hotshoe 54 x 54 cm ( 24" x 24") - The Softbox For Your Flash


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  • Softbox for Hotshoe flash
  • Adjustable bracket for different sized flash guns
  • Operates as a Coldshoe
  • Folds flat
  • Assembled in a few minutes
  • Ideal for location use
Ezybox Hotshoe softboxes must NOT be used with any kind of Studio flash under any circumstances. Studio lights should only be used with the original Ezybox, Ezybox Studio and the new Ezybox II range of softboxes.


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  • Item Weight: 898 g
  • Boxed-product Weight: 1.4 Kg
  • Item model number: LL LS2462
  • ASIN: B0097GOOAU
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 1 Nov 2008
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (22 customer reviews)

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Product Description

The EzyBox Hotshoe converts your battery operated flash gun from a harsh directional light into a much softer diffused light. Available in three sizes - 38cm x 38cm, 54cm x 54cm and 76cm x 76cm, the EzyBox Hotshoe folds flat for easy storage and can be assembled in a matter of minutes. There are also a number of accessories available including an extending handle, a tilthead bracket and a powerful clamp with brass spigot.

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Lastolite Ezybox Softbox 60x60 - Hot Shoe -

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21 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Paul Hodgson VINE VOICE on 27 July 2009
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I bought two and found them to be excellent.

For some time I've wanted to use a softbox with my Nikon flash guns instead of running them into umbrellas to obtain the softer light and these provide it in spades.

However, there are a couple of caveats to take notice of...first is putting them away. Folding them to get them back in their blue circular case can be difficult. The instructions from Lastolite are at best poor and so I suggest you check out YouTube for a couple of examples of how to fold them away.

and secondly - loss of flash power. With two diffusion sheets to make the output that much more soft, the trade-off is flash power. You'll need to increase your flash power significantly to make up for this and a further trade of is - buy more batteries. Adding more power to the flash will eat into your battery life.

Of note, when the kits arrived I had to call Lastolite to send two new cold shoes. The ones that came with this kit were too large for my Nikon SB800 flash guns and wouldn't stay in place. The cold shoes that came as standard are for the larger foot of the Nikon SB900 flash gun. lastolite were excellent. The new shoes appeared two days later.

If you're serious about your photography and want to shape your light or soften your light consider buying at least one Ezybox hotshoe. Yes they're expensive but you get what you pay for - in this case an excellent product.
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24 of 25 people found the following review helpful By Andrej Spilevoj on 1 Sep 2009
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I was waiting for this item for long time, I did a lot of research and was in doubt- which one to buy. Some of them are cheap, some, like this one, are more expensive. I don't know what's actually the difference between them, but finally I decided to go for a pro, rather than cheap China stuff. So I bought this Softbox, and guess what? I LOVE IT! It came much earlier than promised, which is great! The effect- I used to have umbrellas before, and I see a difference: no hot spots on the face, even light all over the body. I tested it outside as I love popping out skies. I got what I wanted, the effect is amazing. Definitely buy one if you are on the budget. It's a good thing for model photography. I use it with Canon 580 EX II- it fits perfectly, so no worries for Canon Users.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Gary Grimshaw on 15 July 2009
The Ezybox is wonderful the results splendid, it takes a little time to get used to but worth it It was delivered within a week and I will probably buy another.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Stuart Walls on 14 April 2010
The Ezybox softbox is superb. I bought one as I was doing some headshots and theatre shots for a friend and the resulting light achieved was excellent. The yare expensive compared to other ones but the build quality and ease of use and well worth the money in my opinion.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Mr. Mark Kelly on 28 Oct 2009
Got this softbox a couple of weeks ago and so far have been very impressed with it's results. It comes in a handy case and sets up easily within a couple of mins.

My only gripe is that it is difficult to know what way to 'fold' it down to get it back in its carry case. There are no instructions how to do this either on the Lastolite website or with the product itself, so packing it away is a little awkward. Still.... I certainly wouldn't let it put me off buying it or recommending it to others!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Paul TOP 1000 REVIEWER on 30 April 2012
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Just to let everyone know, in addition to the reviewer who says the softbox is difficult to get back into the zip up pouch, yes it is, when I bought my first one. I just bought my second one and instead of folding it into a ball, it folds in half now and then slides into a new designed flat pack zip up bag. Much easier, although the brackets have to be disassembled to fit in, but I just carry them separate.

Another thing worth noting about the new pouches is that you can squeeze in 2 soft boxes into the one pouch saving excess baggage and things to carry.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Stu_cj on 11 May 2011
I've just bought 2 of these for an urgent job and for the most part I am pleased. They are easy to set-up (and surprisingly easy to pack away actually despite suggestions to the contrary), the quality of light output is good (yes they are double diffused so you may need to "up" your flash output to from what you may be used to and get them in close ) and the build quality seems good. Flash heads are held in place reasonably well too despite being just a push fit, so for me as a Canon 430/580 user there were no problems. Having the flash head outside of the box (the flash tube fires into the box via an aperture ) is also very useful.
Just a couple of minus points and observations to note : The hot-she bracket design means that the face of the I/R receiver on the flash sits close to the bracket and this tends to block the line of sight to and from the master which sometimes means that if using more than 1 in a master/slave set-up then the positioning can be picky to receive the signal (I have had 1 flash firing intermittently and turning the head sideways is not always practical. There is no tilt facility on the brackets so you may need to factor-in the cost of 1 a tilt-head for each unit, and (it hasn't happened yet but..) the fixing arrangement for the box head to the bracket while being very simple to attach/detach looks to me like the box could blow off completely in a small gust of wind (never likely to be a problem indoors).
All in all quite happy and they look like they will last a good few years.
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