XPRO 36 inchx36 inch Studio Photography Light Tent – Dome – Cube – Box

  • One 36″ X 36″ X 36″ translucent light house
  • One front screen w/slot for camera shooting
  • Carrying Pouch
  • 4 color backgrounds included

Our XPRO tents are commonly used in catalog photography for imaging highly reflective objects such as plastic, glass, and metal. The light tent can also come in handy when an “ultra soft” lighting effect is needed. Illuminated from the exterior of the tent, the XPRO tent acts as a diffusion room surrounding the subject with soft diffused light which reduces unwanted glares. Reflective objects are best imaged in side of the tent because the surround environment inside the tent prevents image reflections of the room and the photographer. Our Light tent is a perfect studio device that anyone can master and produce catalog style images just like the pros.

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2 Responses to “XPRO 36 inchx36 inch Studio Photography Light Tent – Dome – Cube – Box”

  • P. Yang "The Guru" says:
    30 of 30 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    How to fold and store away a larger light tent, October 13, 2011
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    P. Yang “The Guru” (Sunny California) –
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    This review is from: XPRO 36 inchx36 inch Studio Photography Light Tent – Dome – Cube – Box (Electronics)

    Customer Video Review Length:: 1:08 Mins

    Seems that smaller light tents are much easier to fold and store away than the larger light tents. Behold, this tutorial will show you how to fold and store away your 36×36 light tent.

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  • Pro Photographer "J" says:
    109 of 119 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Awesome product photo starts with XPRO, September 20, 2005
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    Pro Photographer “J” (Santa Monica, Ca USA) –

    This review is from: XPRO 36 inchx36 inch Studio Photography Light Tent – Dome – Cube – Box (Electronics)

    03/01/2008 Since Amazon allows one review per product, I had to replace the old review with the new.

    The people at XPRO never cease to amaze me with the level of quality product they manufacture. I received a phone call from them last week offering to upgrade the first generation light tent I bought a couple years ago. The word upgrade got me thinking, “what more features can you possibly add on a light tent?” Boy I was wrong after I received the upgraded tent.

    Hands down this is probably the best tent you can buy for the money. Believe me, the price is inexpensive. Tents not nearly as nice as the 2nd gen XPRO tent cost three times or more in the store. The bad quality tents sewn together around filmsy metal wire cost a little less than the XPRO tent online.

    Here are the new features that impressed me the most.

    1. The tent is constructed with high quality nylon shell and P.U. fabric interior.

    One of the problem of using the light tent is using the right light source. If you use multiple bulbs or high wattage lights, the diffused light may be too harsh and unevenly distributed inside the tent causing the object to wash out. If you use low wattage or less bright lights, your camera may not pick up enough light or ample f-stop for desired picture quality. The new Nylon shell material outside of the tent diffuses the light and the P.U. interior distributes the light evenly. Problem solved.

    2. Elastic tabs.

    There are two rows of elastic tabs located on the upper right and the upper left side of the tent. I actually ran in a local craft shop and purchased the clear plastic rods recommended by XPRO. Along with a spool of fishing line and some paper clips, I was able to suspend some of the light weight objects during my last catalog photo session. The rods and the fishing line cost me less than $10. A close competitor of XPRO light tent charges $30+ for a couple rods and a small spool of fishing line.

    3. 4 Background included

    The colors are: White, Black, Blue, and Grey. Most of the light tent on the market comes with 1 white background or none at all.

    4. Easy zip top.

    It allows you to open up the top of the tent. If you happen to photograph a heavy inmobile object. Just unzip the top and turn the tent over. If you need to suspend a heavy object inside the tent. Just upzip the tent and run the line down the tent.

    In conclusion. I am more than pleased with the new added feature on the 2nd gen XPRO light tent. I doubt anyone would ever have to use the 30 days money back guaranty offered by XPRO. I got three other name brand tents from the manufacturer for free and I paid for my XPRO tent.

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