Nori Square Bounce Reflectors. Innovative New Design.

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Here is a really cool new take on the lame old twist style reflectors out on the market. We have been looking for a travel friendly reflector system and I think the Nori Square Bounce may just be the answer. I picked this up via Matt Jeppsen on twitter. The system includes two 3.5′ square umbrella style reflectors. Both white and silver are included with a nifty carrying case. We are moving towards more indirect lighting solutions and this kit looks promising. The Nori Square Bounce system will set you back just under two hundred smackers.

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Jared Abrams
Jared Abrams is a cinematographer based in Hollywood, California. After many years as a professional camera assistant he switched over to still photography. About two years ago a new Canon camera changed the way the world sees both motion and still photography. He just happened to be in the right place at the right time.
  • Den

    This looks really interesting… Thanked Jared via @mjepson

  • http://www.facebook.com/josephlhorvath Joe Horvath

    Hate to break it to you guys, but Larson Ent. has been making reflectors of this design for ages. These look nice and sturdy though.

  • Goforjared

    Just checked it out. They look similar but not nearly as easy to use and transport. Here is a link.
    http://www.larson-ent.com/items276_Reflectors_-_Rigids_-_50_50.htm
    Thanks for the info!
    Jared

  • Jorge

    This is amazing!… Btw, I don’t know, but always I red WOC post I read it with Jared voice in my head lol!

  • Goforjared

    Thanks for the the kinds words. Really apprciate it!
    Jared

  • http://twitter.com/EricDiosay ッDiosay

    Damn @mjeppsen. Bought a set just before the NAB free shipping promo ended. Looking forward to using these.

  • Allprohd

    Bought them, like them, but.. handle on one
    came off after using it twice, plastic thumb knob to lock open broke on the
    other. The carrying case has the strap sown to close to the top and when you
    carry them the strap open the Velcro case holding them in. Perhaps a engineer
    is needed for a day.