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HONL PHOTO unwrap new filter kits


David Honl, the photojournalist behind the HONL PHOTO range of light modifiers for portable strobes, has announced the availability of two new filter kits via his UK distributor. For more information including stockists please see the press list and links below:
HONL PHOTO introduce new filter kits! Flaghead Photographic, the exclusive UK & Ireland distributor of HONL PHOTO products announce the availability of two new Honl filter kits.

Honl Photo Colour Correction Filter (Gel) Kit HP-FILTER2

Honl Colour Correction filters to colour-correct your strobes for tungsten, fluorescent or cool daylight lighting environments. The CTO filters are used to match your flash output to tungsten lights, or simply to give a pleasing warm tone to your portraits. Full + Green filters are used to match your flash output to fluorescent lights. These superior quality polyester lighting filters from Lee are pre-cut with Velcro strips attached so they can be quickly fastened to a Honl Speed Strap (sold separately). Honl Filters can be used in conjunction with all Honl Snoots, Gobos and Grids. The usable filter area is 2.5” x 4” (approx. 64mm x 102mm) and the filters can be trimmed to fit individual strobes.
The Kit contains TWO of each of the following: 1/2CTB, Full CTO, 1/2CTO, 1/4CTO, Full+Green

Honl Photo Colour Effects Filter (Gel) Kit HONL-FILTER3

Honl Colour Effects Filters can be used to add artistic and theatrical colour to your images, whether lighting your subject or a background. These superior quality polyester lighting filters from Lee are pre-cut with Velcro strips attached so they can be quickly fastened to a Honl Speed Strap (sold separately). Honl Filters can be used in conjunction with Honl Snoots, Gobos and Grids. The usable filter area is 2.5” x 4” (approx. 64mm x 102mm) and the filters can be trimmed to fit individual strobes.
The Kit contains TWO of each of the following: Yellow, Bright Red, Just Blue, Moss Green, Heavy Frost

About the Honl Photo Professional Speed System:

The Honl Photo Speed System is a collection of lightweight, durable and affordable light modifiers for shoe-mount flash units. Designed to universally fit all shoe-mount flash, the versatile light modifiers from Honl Photo provide photographers with an assortment of practical tools to shape light without resorting to cumbersome, heavy and expensive lighting equipment. Devised by photojournalist David Honl, the Honl Speed System consists of an assortment of Grids, Snoots, Gobos, and Gels that attach quickly and easily to any shoe-mount flash via the Speed Strap, a simple, non-slip velcro strap that wraps around the flash head without the use of annoying adhesives. The Honl Photo Speed System allows you to bring studio-style lighting control with you into the field.
Developed by David Honl, a professional photographer from the USA www.DavidHonlPhoto.com

HONL PHOTO Pricelist:

Code Description Price
Ex Vat Price/Inc Vat
HP-DHS-SS Speed Strap £7.30/£ 8.40
HP-GRD4 _ Speed Grid £22.00 /£25.30
HP-GRD8 1/8 Speed Grid £22.00/£ 25.30
HP-DHS-SG Speed Gobo/ Barndoor £11.00 /£12.65
HP-DHS-SN 8” Snoot £22.00/£ 25.30
HP-DHS-SN-S 5” Snoot £22.00/£ 25.30
HP-FILTER2 Colour Correction Kit £22.00 /£25.30
HP-FILTER3 Colour Effects Kit £22.00/£ 25.30
HP-SK MKII Starter Kit MKII, one of each accessory PLUS one extra Speed Strap, Kit price represents a 10% saving! £136.00 /£156.40
The HONL PHOTO range is available from good photo retailers. For more details go to
www.flaghead.co.uk/pages/honl/honl-intro.html or contact:

Flaghead Photographic
Tel 01202 733 123 info@flaghead.co.uk
www.flaghead.co.uk

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