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Hi Robert, they all fit in a zipped soft carry case 40cm diameter by 5cm thick, with a small carry handle.
By TERRY STEVENS on 17 February 2014
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Yes, agree with the others- grab the reflector firmly at waist height- with the left fist at 9 o-clock and right fist at 3 o-clock.
Then using quite a bit of effort, twist the right fist so that the thumb points upwards while the left fist twists the opposite direction and the left thumb points downwards.
Whilst doing… see more
Yes, agree with the others- grab the reflector firmly at waist height- with the left fist at 9 o-clock and right fist at 3 o-clock.
Then using quite a bit of effort, twist the right fist so that the thumb points upwards while the left fist twists the opposite direction and the left thumb points downwards.
Whilst doing this movement bring both fists towards each other....now bring the right fist over the left fist and tuck the right forearm over the left forearm: your arms should now look like they're firmly folded with the right wrist twisted as far as you can twist it! If you now use your arms and body, you should be able to flatten the two circles you've made together -don't let go and force it in to the zippered bag.
Note: you have to be reasonably strong to do this manouvre!
However if you can't make sense of this discription, or aren't strong enough, or can't find anyone stronger! Then paste this link in your browser's address bar: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4HrymPK3gi0
If you can't paste this link... then go to youtube.com and do a search for "How to fold a photographic reflector" Hope this helps! see less
Yes, agree with the others- grab the reflector firmly at waist height- with the left fist at 9 o-clock and right fist at 3 o-clock.
Then using quite a bit of effort, twist the right fist so that the thumb points upwards while the left fist twists the opposite direction and the left thumb points downwards.
Whilst doing this movement bring both fists towards each other....now bring the right fist over the left fist and tuck the right forearm over the left forearm: your arms should now look like they're firmly folded with the right wrist twisted as far as you can twist it! If you now use your arms and body, you should be able to flatten the two circles you've made together -don't let go and force it in to the zippered bag.
Note: you have to be reasonably strong to do this manouvre!
However if you can't make sense of this discription, or aren't strong enough, or can't find anyone stronger! Then paste this link in your browser's address bar: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4HrymPK3gi0
If you can't paste this link... then go to youtube.com and do a search for "How to fold a photographic reflector" Hope this helps!

By Ricky on 11 October 2014
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