New line of softboxes, Glow by Flashpoint, launched by Adorama

New York retailer Adorama has introduced a new line of softboxes under its house brand.

New York retailer Adorama has introduced a new line of softboxes under its house brand.

Flashpoint Glow Grand 71"

The Glow by Flashpoint light-shaping tools apparently have “advanced technology” inside them and come in a range of shapes and sizes, from the sixteen-sided Glow Grand softboxes (measuring up to 71 inches) to more conventional smaller rectangular, square and octagonal modifiers.

Every product is “completely heat resistant” with “superior” materials and has two removable diffusion panels. Speedrings are available for Bowens S-fit and Balcar/Alien Bees bayonets.

As well as accessories designed for professional studio heads, there is the Glow HexaPop series of smaller speedlight softboxes, which appear to be based on the SMDV Speedbox.

The Glow by Flashpoint line is all manufactured in Korea, most likely by SMDV, the company that is also behind the FlashWave series of wireless triggers.

Visit adorama.com for more information.

David Selby
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