Walimex releases their new Orange Line of softboxes and octas

Walimex has released their new line of light shapers called "Orange Line" (OL) with square, octagonal and rectangular softboxes ranging from 45 cm to 213 cm.

German photographic brand Walimex has released their new line of light shapers called “Orange Line” (OL) with square, octagonal and rectangular softboxes ranging from 45 cm to 213 cm.

Yep, the Orange Line has... Orange Lines!

This “pro” range of├»┬┐┬Żaccessories├»┬┐┬Żpromises:

  • Better distribution of light through both of the diffusion panels,
  • Detachable silver and gold panels to change the tone of the light coming from it (octas only),
  • Heat resistant materials,
  • Quality manufacturing process,
  • 2 years of warranty.

Detachable gold and silver panels for octas

They are available in 2 versions: one with the Octa/Softbox, speedring, a grid and mask (circular for octas, rectangular for softboxes) called “Plus” and one with the Octa/Softbox and speedring only.

Speedrings are available for the most common brands/mount: Balcar, Bowens/S-Type/Aurora, Broncolor,├»┬┐┬ŻElinchrom, Hensel, Profoto, etc.

Plus version with grid and mask

We are going to try as fast as we can to get one of these modifiers to test it out and let you know our opinion about it.├»┬┐┬ŻIf you need more information, refer to the web site of├»┬┐┬ŻFoto Walser,├»┬┐┬Żthe European distributor.

Eduardo Frances
Based in Spain, Eduardo Frances is a professional photographer specialized in portrait, fashion and advertising photography. You can check out his work in his website: www.eduardofrances.com
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