Lastolite By Manfrotto, world leader in the manufacture of backgrounds and lighting systems announces the launch of the new Joe McNally Ezybox Speed-Lite 2 Plus.

Joe McNally Ezybox Speed Lite 2 Plus

Developed in partnership with acclaimed photographer Joe McNally, the new Ezybox Speed-Lite 2 Plus is a 22cm x 22cm mini softbox which attaches directly onto a flashgun whether it is on or off camera.

Joe McNally Ezybox Speed Lite 2 PlusBased on the successful Ezybox Speed-Lite 2 which was launched in 2015, the Ezybox Speed-Lite 2 Plus features Joe’s preferred white interior for a softer/creamier light. It also features a removable inner and outer diffuser for unrivalled softness of light which give up to 2 stop light loss when used together. The outer diffuser is a recessed diffuser which features a 45mm recess to control the spill of light leaving the softbox.

Joe McNally Ezybox Speed Lite 2 PlusThe Ezybox Speed-Lite 2 Plus also features a unique, design patented, folding mechanism with an innovative twist lock silicon strap for a quick and secure attachment to your flashgun which makes it a ultra-portable, quick assembly softbox solution.

The internal folding mechanism incorporates two magnets which enable quick attachment of the Lastolite By Manfrotto Strobo honeycomb and gel holders for creative control of the light from the flashgun.

The Joe McNally Ezybox Speed-Lite 2 Plus has a RRP of £59.95.


Earlier this week I was at the LCE Southampton Pro Show and got to see these first hand. I used it as a background light with a strobo gel holder and a purple gel to add some colour on the background for this shot.

Model Laura photographed at LCE Southampton Pro Show purple background created with a strobo gel in the Joe McNally Ezybox Speed-Lite 2 Plus

Purple background created with the EzyBox

 

I will have some pictures taken with the new softbox sometime next week… 🙂

 

 

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Full-time photo tutor and photographer. I love to share my knowledge and skills to make photos, videos and teach others. I write books and articles for photo magazines and I always have at least one Speedlite flash in my camera bag