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 Wednesday, June 15, 2016

From ExpoImaging:

WATSONVILLE, CA. – JUNE 15, 2016 – ExpoImaging, Inc., creator of the patented Rogue 3-in-1 Flash Grid, the first stacking honeycomb grid system for off-camera flash speedlights, today announced availability of new accessory White Grid Inserts for the Rogue Flash Grid.

Honeycomb grids attach to flashes in portrait photography help create mood or drama in an image. They are typically used to modify hair light, rim light, background light, or the main light to focus attention on the subject.

The new White Grid Inserts from Rogue Photographic Design were designed to scatter light exiting the product’s honeycomb grid cells. When directed towards a flat surface they produce a light pattern different from traditional black grids, a center spot surrounded by a glowing halo-like aura.

“Portrait photographers looking for a more gradual transition from light to shadow with their grids will be thrilled with our new White Grid Inserts for the Rogue 3-in-1 Flash Grid,” said Erik Sowder, ExpoImaging CEO. “When used in portrait photography, the edge of the lighting pattern produced by the white grids appears much softer and gentler, compared to the rapid fall-off and more dramatic lighting effect produced by black grids. This provides an advantage for creating smoother background lighting when shooting elegant or feminine styled portraits.”

The White Grid Inserts will not change the color of the flash. “Our experience manufacturing the ExpoDisc White Balance Filter helped us in our search to identify the best material to use in making the white grids,” said Sowder. “The result is consistent color from the center grid spot to the outer edge of the light pattern.”

As an accessory attachment to the popular Rogue 3-in-1 Flash Grid for speedlights, which offers photographers the versatility to choose between a 16º, 25º and 45º spot of light, the new White Grid Inserts give photographers even more choices to help them create the style of lighting and mood they envision for their subject’s image.

To use Rogue’s new White Grid Inserts, photographers need the attachment Grid Strap included with the Rogue 3-in-1 Flash Grid (sold separately). The White Grid Inserts cannot be attached to the flash without the Grid Strap. The Grid Strap can be purchased separately online for $14.95 at RogueFlash.com

Pricing and Availability

The new White Grid Inserts for the Rogue 3-in-1 Flash Grid are available from ExpoImaging’s distribution partners worldwide. The White Grid Inserts package includes the Grid Bezel, the 25° White Honeycomb Grid insert, and the 45° White Honeycomb Grid insert. The Rogue White Grid Inserts retail for $19.95.

B&H carries the White Grid Inserts for Rogue 3-in-1 Flash Grids.

Post Date: 6/15/2016 6:28:46 AM CT   Posted By: Sean
 Thursday, January 29, 2015

From Rogue:

Rogue Photographic Design Updates the XL Pro Lighting Kit with New Attachments and Design Improvements, Including: New Strip Grid, Lighter Weight Materials, Quicker Attachment, and New Travel Bag. The New FlashBender 2 XL Pro Lighting System Includes the Versatile XL Pro Reflector with Two Quick Change Attachments to Create the Soft Box or Strip Grid.

Watsonville, California – January 29, 2015 – ExpoImaging, Inc., creators of Rogue FlashBender light modifiers for event and location photographers, today announced availability of the Rogue FlashBender 2 XL Pro Lighting System.

“The idea behind the original FlashBender XL Pro Kit was to create a larger light source with studio-style control while retaining the portability and easy setup fundamental to all the FlashBenders,” said Erik Sowder, CEO of ExpoImaging. “With the FlashBender 2 XL Pro, we worked hard to decrease the weight of the original XL Pro as well as to further refine its attachment design. The new FlashBender 2 XL Pro Reflector is 20% lighter. We know that every bit of weight reduction is welcome for location shooters.”

“We also know that photographers will be excited by the inclusion of the new XL Pro Strip Grid attachment in the XL Pro System. Combining diffusion fabric with a black fabric grid, the XL Pro Strip Grid provides precise rim and edge lighting control. It attaches quickly to the front of the XL Pro Reflector and is compatible with the original XL Pro Reflector design.”

The FlashBender 2 incorporates new custom reflective fabric. The new fabric allows the reflector to be more easily shaped to control light. The new FlashBender 2 integrated attachment strap is adjustable to fit all popular brands of accessory flashes with a flash head circumference measuring from 8” to 9 3/4”.

“To keep it portable, the FlashBender 2 XL Pro Lighting System is sized to fit a 15” laptop compartment, or lay flat to allow more room for lenses and other essential equipment in the gear bag. We also include a handy Travel Bag,” said Sowder.

The Rogue FlashBender 2 XL Pro Lighting System includes: FlashBender 2 XL Pro White Reflector, XL Pro Strip Grid, XL Pro Soft Box Diffuser, and XL Pro Travel Bag.Pricing and Availability

The Rogue FlashBender 2 XL Pro Lighting System retails for $99.95, and is available through ExpoImaging’s distribution partners worldwide.

B&H carries Rogue products.

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Post Date: 1/29/2015 7:39:01 AM CT   Posted By: Sean
   
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