Compact and Durable Umbrella for Travel
Fits in Your Carry-On Luggage: The Rogue 32” Umbrella is just 20” long when closed, which means you can easily fit one or two into your carry-on luggage.
Fiberglass Rods: The Rogue 32” Umbrella uses durable fiberglass ribs that will not crimp or break. Cheap umbrellas use thin metal ribs that can crimp with the slightest pressure. This means you can pack a Rogue 32” Umbrella in your bag without worrying about damaging it when traveling or working on location.
Metal Latch: The Rogue 32” Umbrella uses a heavy duty metal latch that keeps the umbrella open until you’re ready to pack-up. Cheap umbrellas use plastic latches that often fail to hold the umbrella open.
Set-Up in Seconds: Nothing is easier to set-up and use than a Rogue photography umbrella. Just open the umbrella and slide the center pole through the hole in your umbrella bracket (sold separately).
Natural White Fabric: Your light will look more natural because we don’t use optical brighteners in our fabric, chemicals added to fabrics in order to increase their brightness by reflecting blue light more efficiently than red or yellow light. Optical brighteners can therefore create a bluish tint.
The Rogue 32" Shoot Thru Umbrella is just 20" long when folded closed and easily fits in your carry-on luggage. It is designed to be used with an umbrella bracket mounted on a light stand (both sold separately).
The Rogue 32” Shoot Thru Umbrella is best used to soften and diffuse your main light, fill light, rim light, or background light. It features durable fiberglass ribs, a heavy duty metal lock, and our Natural White fabric.
We custom manufacture our Rogue Natural White fabrics without the use of optical brighteners, chemicals added to fabrics in order to increase their perceived brightness. We avoid the use of these chemicals because they reflect blue light more efficiently than red, yellow, and green light, which can produce an unwanted bluish tint in images.
Contents: (1) 32" white umbrella. Does NOT include flash, light strand, or umbrella bracket.