PROFOTO 100651 SNOOT F/900649 PROFOTO 100651 SNOOT F/900649 PROFOTO This Profoto Snoot is dedicated for use with the Profoto grid holder and is locked in place by the filter holder. Snoots, Barndoors, Grids, and Filters are essential accessories for any lighting system. These devices alter the shape, intensity, or color of the light output from your flash heads. Consider them as a painter would a brush, or a sculptor would a knife or chisel. Use of a snoot will result in a small circle of light when it is attached to the front of your light source. The size of the circle of light will be determined by the opening of the snoot, its length, and the distance of the subject.

PROFOTO 100651 SNOOT F/900649

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$199.00

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This Profoto Snoot is dedicated for use with the Profoto grid holder and is locked in place by the filter holder.

Snoots, Barndoors, Grids, and Filters are essential accessories for any lighting system. These devices alter the shape, intensity, or color of the light output from your flash heads. Consider them as a painter would a brush, or a sculptor would a knife or chisel.

Use of a snoot will result in a small circle of light when it is attached to the front of your light source. The size of the circle of light will be determined by the opening of the snoot, its length, and the distance of the subject.

This Profoto Snoot is dedicated for use with the Profoto grid holder and is locked in place by the filter holder.

Snoots, Barndoors, Grids, and Filters are essential accessories for any lighting system. These devices alter the shape, intensity, or color of the light output from your flash heads. Consider them as a painter would a brush, or a sculptor would a knife or chisel.

Use of a snoot will result in a small circle of light when it is attached to the front of your light source. The size of the circle of light will be determined by the opening of the snoot, its length, and the distance of the subject.