The Broncolor PARA F 222 reflectors are impressive not only because of their shape and size, but because of their unique light quality and outstanding performance. How is the PARA 222 F capable of such incredible reflection, you ask?
Truth be told, the PARA F is not a light-shaping mechanism in the conventional sense, but a full-fledged illumination system, allowing creatives to adjust the position of its lamphead and lighting angle while in use.
As such, photographers with a knack for unique lighting arrangements will find no end to new combinations and characteristics with the PARA system. Simply put, it’s an inexhaustible source of inspiration and creativity.
Additionally, even at distances between five and eight meters, the PARA 222 2F is more than large enough to produce typical PARA-light power. Should you need to tone things down a bit, though, it can be completely defocused, while still offering high-quality lighting characteristics.
Although it does become spot-like (harder) at greater distances, it still maintains the entire spectrum of variation more readily available at shorter distances.
Lastly, and perhaps best of all, the light produced by the PARA 222 F is best described as “effortless.” In all seriousness, it’s borderline impossible to take a bad shot with the 222 F on your side. If your specialty involves shooting portraits or model tests, in no time at all, you’ll be able to capture countless high-quality images, requiring little post-processing.