Rogue FlashBender 2

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Rogue FlashBender 2 has been discontinued and replaced with the new Rogue FlashBender v3

The award winning Rogue FlashBenders are portable and easy-to-use light modifiers designed to fit most standard sized flash models including (but not limited to) Canon, Nikon, Sony, Olympus, Nissin, Phottix, Godox, Metz, Yongnuo, and the Profoto A1.

Rogue FlashBender Reflectors can be used with on-camera or off-camera flash photography.  Attach a FlashBender to your flash and change its shape to quickly and easily manipulate light and shadow in your image.  FlashBender Reflectors were designed for versatility, and they can be used as bounce flash reflectors, gobos, and snoots to soften, shape and control your main, background, hair, rim, or accent lights.

FlashBender Reflectors are extremely durable. They are hand sewn with custom fabrics, rods and fasteners, and their white reflective surfaces will not alter the color temperature of the flash.

We developed custom fabrics for the FlashBender 2 Reflectors to reduce weight and soften highlight reflections. The softer fabrics also allow for increased flexibility and improved light shaping abilities.

FlashBender 2 Attachment Design:  FlashBender 2 reflectors use a belt and buckle design to provide a fast and secure attachment to your flash. The integrated attachment strap is adjustable to fit all popular brands of accessory flashes with a circumference measuring from 7 1/2" to 9 3/4".  Rogue FlashBenders fit a wide range of shoe mount flash brands, including:  Canon, Konica, Metz, Minolta, Nikon, Nissin, Olympus, Panasonic, Pentax, Phottix, Quantum, Sigma, Sony, Vivitar, and Yongnuo.

FlashBenders Convert to Soft Boxes

FlashBender Reflectors can be converted into low profile soft boxes by attaching a Rogue Diffusion Panel to the front of the reflector. The resulting FlashBender soft box makes a beautiful main light for portraiture because it softens light while reducing contrast and specular highlights.

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