Promaster Universal Softbox for hot-shoe flashes

Green Li

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Anyone using it? I got myself one.

Promaster Softbox review

Thought the idea of being light efficient is interesting. It is, indeed, saves about half a stop over LumiQuest Softbox (according to my tests), but the end results show somewhat harsher shadows. Still, a good design, I think.

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I would look at the Lumiquest myself.
 

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Eh to each there own. I think the lumiquest name will lend itself to quality but I have never used one. I bet that the lumiquest one is not to bad at all either.
 

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I tried 3 small softbox, the opteka, a ebay version and the aurora,
the best one so far is the aurora. hands down.
 

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I personally went with this one

Opteka Hot Shoe Soft Box

It is not to bad and works great.

How do you put this one onto your flash? Did you have to use the velcro or did you come up with a different solution? Almost bought this but read the reviews and it seems like getting/keeping it on the flash was a pain.
 

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