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Eclipse 60in Umbrella with White Interior

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The Photogenic 60" White Eclipse umbrella is notable for its ability to eliminate the "ghost" image created by the exposed ribs of ordinary umbrellas. White reflective fabric covers the ribs and removes them from the primary light path.

Includes a removable black fabric cover that fastens atop the rib frame to confine any light that penetrates the white lining.
This size is perfect for portraits of small groups of people, and medium sized product set ups.

    Softens and broadens the light output of any strobe or lower wattage constant light.

    Removable black cover allows the light source to "shoot-through", as a more direct light.

Note:Ribs are hidden in bounce mode. Removing black cover for shoot-through exposes the ribs.

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