Aputure Nova P600C Barn Doors
The Nova P600c Barn Doors are a four-leaf light control accessory specially designed for Aputure’s highest output RGBWW LED panel light, allowing users to quickly minimize excess spill light and adjust the fixture’s illuminance area. As a native Nova P600c accessory, the Barn Doors slide into the P600c’s accessory slot for a seamless, secure design.
The Barn Doors accessory for the Nova P600c is an ideal tool for cinematographers and photographers who need to maintain the natural, widespread soft panel while controlling any excess spill light. While barn doors a soft LED panel do not provide sharp cuts, they are an excellent tool for controlling the direction of the light, allowing users to accomplish tasks such as limiting the spread of the panel to fill a diffusion frame. The barn doors give users more control than a honeycomb grid with a fixed beam angle, and the four independent leaves can block light in some directions while letting it spread in others. Whether you are shaping light for studio use or on location, the barndoors’ aircraft-grade aluminium is ready for all filmmaking situations.
The Aputure Nova P600c Barndoors are a four-leaf light control accessory specially designed for this RGBWW LED soft panel light, allowing users to quickly minimize excess spill light and adjust the fixture’s illuminance area. Its high-quality aircraft-grade aluminium construction is durable, making it a welcome addition to any filmmaking environment. The included Fabric Light Leak Covers solve the problems present in other barn doors, by eliminating excess spill light from the sides of the barn doors. As a native Nova P600c accessory, the Barndoors slide into the P600c’s accessory slot for a seamless, secure design.
• Four-leaf barn doors accessory for the Nova P600c
• Fits securely into the Nova P600c Accessory Slot
• Fabric Light Leak Covers: Flexible Covers with Hook and- Loop adhesive prevents any excess light leaks, unlike traditional barn doors
• Durable Aircraft-Grade Aluminum Construction