Get Total Lighting Control, Whether On Location or In Studio
We've all seen it: when the contrast between your light and shadows is too extreme, the sensors in your camera will "crush" the highlights or shadows, ruining your exposure and washing out all your detail. Using a reflector to "fill" the shadows or soften direct light brings your subject within the range your camera can capture reliably.
- Controls natural or artificial lighting contrast and quality
- Sets up and collapses in about one second
- Collapses to one-third its size for easy transportation & storage
- Zippered nylon pouch included
- High-quality materials; made in the USA
In 1982, Visual Departures introduced the first collapsible reflector: Flexfill. Today, Flexfill is used by thousands of top studio and location photographers. Available in four sizes and nine surfaces, it's a highly portable and efficient lighting solution.
Flexfill is fast. The riveted spring-steel rim allows any Flexfill to open up or fold down to one-third its working size, instantly, with the flick of a wrist. And you can hold Flexfill reflectors flat, concave, or convex, depending on whether you want neutral, spot, or diffuse light.
There have been many copycat products, but none compare well to Flexfill. Flexfill reflectors have always been made in the USA; built to last from tough, non-fading materials. Cheap knockoffs often come apart at the seams, and the manufacturers often include the rim fabric in their measurements. Rest assured: when you buy a genuine 48" Flexfill, you'll get the full 48" of usable area you paid for.