Joel Simpson

I’ve used many modifiers on my flashes, but I’m now completely devoted to the Spinlight 360. I find that even when I light a face directly, I’m getting more molding of the face for a more 3-d effect that I got with various soft boxes and bouncers....

Scott Kelby

[The SpinLight 360] was one of the cooler new gadgets I saw at WPPI this week — it’s a “better light from your hot shoe” flash system that’s pretty darn clever. I ran into them on the Expo floor and then I asked our video crew to stop by...

Sam Hanna, Food Network

The SpinLight 360 and it’s superb system allows me the ability and ease of which to push light in any direction, to reflect off walls and ceilings, yet give the great “pop” I look for in my food shots. I rely on the SpinLight 360 for my food photo...

Scott Bourne, Photofocus.com

I’ve promoted and used many flash modifiers during my tenure here at Photofocus but I am throwing the old ones away because I can’t think of anything that tops the Spinlight 360 System. It comes with 2 Full Domes, 1 Half Dome, Snoot, 4 Bounce Cards. Also Includes 3...

C.S. Muncy, The Photo Brigade

The SpinLight 360 – I like the idea of being able to essentially carry a studio’s worth of light-modifiers in your camera bag. It’s modular nature and rigid body makes it more adaptable to multiple applications than say, the Gary Fong-type...

Sam Mallery, B&H inDepth

SPINLIGHT 360 EXTREME – WINNER OF THE HOLIDAY 2012 GREAT DESIGN AWARDS While it’s possible to build a light modifier for an on-camera flash with parts you can find at a hardware store, manufactured systems not only look more professional, they give you greater...
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