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33" Inch 84cm Pro STUDIO Umbrella Professional Photographic Translucent White Soft light Diffuser/ reflector (White)

by BV & Jo

Price: £5.99
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  • The material is neutral and allows about 50% transmission.
  • This umbrellas, which are lightweight, easy to use and assemble,
  • provide a wide, even and soft illumination,that is great for both portraits and group shots or for product shooting of larger objects.
  • We have 36 inch(91cm),40 inch(101cm) white umbrellas for sale too.
  • We sell flash bracket and holder too, usually people buy them together.

Frequently Bought Together

33" Inch 84cm Pro STUDIO Umbrella Professional Photographic Translucent White Soft light Diffuser/ reflector (White) + Photography Light Stand for professional photo studio photolamps + Neewer Flash/Shoe/Umbrella Mount/Holder/Bracket Type B For All hot-shoe flashes except Sony and Minolta Brands
Price For All Three: £22.98

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Product details

  • Item Weight: 82 g
  • Boxed-product Weight: 259 g
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  • Manufacturer reference: Umbrella(white)
  • ASIN: B001UAVE68
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 31 Oct 2008
  • Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (38 customer reviews)
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23 of 23 people found the following review helpful By ArchieMac on 30 Aug 2010
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This is a budget shoot-through umbrella, so it's cheaply constructed. But at the price, it's entirely OK for the amateur/beginner who won't be subjecting it to frequent heavy (or careless) use.

You may want to strengthen the tubular shaft, which feels just a bit too flimsy. Get yourself about 45 cm of 6mm wooden dowel, and wind a spiral of insulating tape round it. Insert this into the tubular shaft, and you have a much sturdier but still light-weight brolly. Simples!

If you're starting out and on a low budget, this brolly will be just fine. At just [...] , I'm very pleased with mine!
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By GCW on 24 Jan 2010
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Though the description says that it is a reflector it works best as a diffuser. I have tried it both ways and firing the flash through the brolly gave the best effect.

The umbrella action is reasonable for the price but the the tube is hollow and quite thin metal so when using it within a holder there is a risk that you could crush it if over tightened. When I get the chance I will put a wooden dowl in the tube to strengthen it. It folds down and fits in to the light stand holder reducing the things you need to carry.

It is really a case of you get what you pay for a starting point or casual use it is OK.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By James Leung on 22 Jan 2011
It's Cheap AND made me money through corporate photography. This umbrella is great for portraits just have a flash shoot through the umbrella to light one side of the face then put a reflector on the other side.
It's light weight and portable. Fits a duffel bag along with the two light stands and reflector. Check out the Teach First website and look for the people section. The portraits done by this set up. It's also quicker to open and close than double fold umbrellas.

It does have it's limitations not because its cheap but because it's an umbrella.
Umbrellas are not ideal for windy outdoors. Use a smaller soft box instead. But wait don't we use normal umbrellas outdoors all time? Yes but normal umbrellas point up.

I was also one those who fitted a pencil in the rod to keep it sturdy and it works!

I've used it for 20+ shoots now and it is still making money.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on 25 Aug 2010
Good value for money. I also have the more expensive Hama Studio Umbrella but prefer this one. The Hama version is more sturdy but has a long spike at one end and a long shaft. This one has a small plastic 'bulb', instead of the spike, so is easier to use close to the subject. The shaft has a smaller diameter than the Hama, which is a good thing. The Hama is a very tight fit in the Manfrotto 026 Lite Tite Swivel + Umbrella Adaptor. This one has a thin-walled shaft though, so does deform when the the swivel's thumb screw is tightened; sticking a pencil in the shaft solved that problem. It only locks in the open position, not closed. It is a little flimsy, but OK for the price. It doesn't have have a strap to hold it furled, but a couple of rubber bands keep it tidy when not in use.

Overall I like it a lot and intend to buy more.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Pabs 777 on 17 Mar 2012
I have been purchasing from Amazon for over 10 years, and I can honestly say this is by far the worst item I have ever purchased. My expectations weren't high and I only intended to uee the item occasionally, however the quality is laughable. Second time open all the arms buckled and the mechanism jammed, meaning the brolly would not close. Needless to say it is now in the bin. My advice, avoid this item and spend a little more on a higher quality, longer lasting product.
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Mr. R. Wray on 30 Jan 2010
Neat umbrella that provided a soft light for the flash to shoot through. Mine did not last that long unfortuantly due to a little gust of wind took it away :( The umbrella saved my flash but the impact buckled the spines. (Tether your flash stand using tent pegs and string when there is a bit of a breeze outdoors.)
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By M. Holloway on 18 Jan 2011
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The umbrella works OK as as a diffuser but mine jammed open on the second use.

The umbrella is very cheaply made, equivelent to a £2 umbrella from a market. The shaft is so thin that it can be easly bent when clamping into the light stand.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Nick Stubbs on 6 Nov 2010
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I bought two of these as a quick and easy way to shoot off camera flash with two speedlights on location. Brolly is best for shoot through, diffused lighting as opposed to reflected but as others have mentioned, watch out for the wind as these are fairly fragile brollies (weigh down your stands). For the budget price, you can't go wrong!
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