Sunbounce Pro Zebra/White Screen + Sunbounce Griphead Enterprise Clamp...

Sunbounce Pro Zebra/White Screen + Sunbounce Griphead Enterprise Clamp

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13 July 2015
philhackettphotography
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Hi all I bought this last year when I was planning to use Fuji gear for outdoor portraiture (Fuji doesn't support High Speed Fill-Flash). Ended up going back to Canon and didn't use this at all. I paid £200 for the screen (retails at £320) and I paid £35 for the Clamp (retails @ £56). (Plus I paid £25 postage) £235 posted ono.
Posted 13 July 2015
CSD_Images
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CSD_Images
What's the size of the screen?

Posted 15 July 2015
philhackettphotography
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philhackettp..
CSD_Images
What's the size of the screen?
6ft x 4ft (245cm by 180cm)
Posted 15 July 2015
Bob
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Bob
philhackettphotography

6ft x 4ft (245cm by 180cm)


So which one is it?   6ft x 4ft or 245cm by 180cm?



Posted 15 July 2015
Edited by Bob 15 July 2015
philhackettphotography
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philhackettp..
Bob
So which one is it?   6ft x 4ft or 245cm by 180cm?
I've just given the dimensions in two different units - 6ft is about 245cm and 4ft is about 180cm
Posted 15 July 2015
EllessePhotography
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EllessePhoto..
philhackettphotography

I've just given the dimensions in two different units - 6ft is about 245cm and 4ft is about 180cm


oops, the cm dimentions refered to is more like 8ft x 6ft, should be 183cm x 122cm

cheeky

Posted 15 July 2015
Bob
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Bob
philhackettphotography

6ft is about 245cm and 4ft is about 180cm

Really. I didn't realise they've devalued the centimetre. Back in the days when I had hair, one foot was 304.8mm (i.e roughly 30.5cm) meaning six foot only got you 1828.8mm (i.e. roughly 183cm) and four foot only got you 1219.2mm (i.e roughly 122cm).

Gosh! That means what I've been calling eight inches for many years must really be 30cm in new money. I suppose this might explain why past girlfriends have not been very good at parking cars.

Bob smiley: Happy-giggle - keystrokes: :giggle

Posted 15 July 2015
philhackettphotography
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philhackettp..
Bob

Really. I didn't realise they've devalued the centimetre. Back in the days when I had hair, one foot was 304.8mm (i.e roughly 30.5cm) meaning six foot only got you 1828.8mm (i.e. roughly 183cm) and four foot only got you 1219.2mm (i.e roughly 122cm).

Gosh! That means what I've been calling eight inches for many years must really be 30cm in new money. I suppose this might explain why past girlfriends have not been very good at parking cars.

Bob smiley: Happy-giggle - keystrokes: :giggle





Really sorry - looks like the website I was using had some dodgy data on it! It is approximately  6ft x 4ft, 190cm x 130cm!!!!
Posted 15 July 2015
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