Honl is one of the brand of lighting accessories I suggest people look at for their Speedlites/Speedlights.

The importers have just announced a new addition to the range. here we go with the press release details.

NEW HONL PHOTO Light Paddle 3 in 1 Reflector


Flaghead Photographic, the exclusive UK & Ireland distributor of HONL PHOTO products have launched the Honl Light Paddle 3 in 1 Reflector for shoe-mount flash units.

A must have for any camera bag, this meticulously designed featherweight reflector works with any shoe mount flash.

It attaches instantly with the included self-adhesive Velcro pads or with the famous Honl Photo Speed Strap.

The Light Paddle creates beautiful soft, even light with the choice of three different coloured effects :

honlphoto_paddle_panel_1500Use the white surface for a soft, even light on your subject or a neutral contrast gray or gold/silver for a pleasing warm light.

Honl Light Paddle 3 in 1 Reflector
Size: 17.5 cm by 32 cm  approx
Colour:  White or Silver or Gold Silver
Material: Nylon ripstop, Nylon taffeta, low density polyethylene
Weight: 111 grams
Comes with Velcro taps or can be used with the Honl Speed Strap

Description Price Ex Vat   PriceInc Vat
Honl Photo Light Paddle



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.

End. (11/11/14).