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Photo Light Box Tent Cube (50cm)


 
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Product Price:
£18.00
(£21.60 inc VAT)

Product Code: LICUBE
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Description
 
When taking photographs of artefacts in the field or back at base, this professional Indoor Photography Tent (50 x 50 x 50cm) is just the thing for the perfect shot.

The light tent makes it extremely simple to help you take great quality, professional digital photos right form your own tabletop studio. The tent filters the light to prevent shadows and reflections on shiny objects, gives a clean professional backdrop to all items.

It can be lit by flash, fluorescent, tungsten, flood lights - so is suitable for all light sources including natural daylight and even household lamps

The tent includes four background cloths (Black/White/Blue/Red) to cover the back and floor of the light tent and are held in position by Velcro fasteners. The four backgrounds provide a choice of non-reflective 'infinity backdrop' colors for your objects.  NOTE: We recommend steam ironing these through a damp tea-towel to get a crease-free background.

A spring wire supporting frame sewn into the light tent fabric allows the pop-up tent to be folded flat within its carrying bag for easy cube storage and great space saving.

The folding must be done carefully and does take some practice. and watch when you open the pouch for the first time as the cube springs out!  Watch the video to see how to fold.  

All in all, this is a great bit of kit, for a great price and as portable as it comes!  

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This video is for the 30" cube, but same goes for this 50cm version. remember to twist!


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gift July 23, 2013
Reviewer: Jane Summers from ABOYNE, Aberdeenshire United Kingdom  
Given to a friend who is really pleased.It appears tough and durable although it is pretty tricky to get back in the bag.

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