The Unlimited Portable Light Controlled Studio | Sunbounce Sun-Cage
April 28, 2015
Introducing Sunbounce Sun-Cage, the innovative and portable light controlled location studio.
Sunbounce has long been providing innovative solutions for photographers looking for the best way to control and shape natural light for years. Known for their durability, exceptional quality and flexibility, Sunbounce is introducing another great addition to their lighting system, "Sun-Cage", the portable light controlled location studio.
Sunbounce Sun-Cage offers the perfect option for professional-quality studio lighting using natural light in the outdoors. This tent-like portable cage can be set up anywhere, offering amazing unlimited control over natural or artificial light everywehere from the forest and the beach to even poorly lit indoor spaces.
This mobile natural light studio is the 2.45 x 2.45 x 2.45 m with lightweight aluminum tubing square frame. You can choose open or close the each of the four sides - left and right sides, top and back with included soft 2/3rd translucent screen panels. And simply control natural sunlight by re-orienting the Sun-Cage or add your own light from any direction for the quality of light you desired.
Don't wait for the perfect light moment for shooting and just create beautiful light with the Sun-Cage.
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