The Magmod Magring for Magbox is an alternative method of mounting the Magbox to lights. In fact, unlike my previous video where I mounted the Magbox to my Godox strobes which are a Bowens mount, this Magring is meant for two small strobes. As you’ll see, I’m mounting two NIkon SB800 flashes into the Magring.
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If you saw my video on the MagMod Magbox, then you saw how cool was that. The softbox can just magnet to the front of this mount. Today I want to show you how you can use little strokes like this with the same softbox. Now I’m not going to show you the softbox. You can watch that video. Just Click the card right there and you could be taking, you’ll be taken right to that video. You can see all that soft box. What I want to show you is how to use these two flashes with this part, this, this, this. Hey, this is Scott Wyden Kivowitz, a storyteller with a camera talking about all the things photographers like you and I are thinking about in this video. We’re going to be talking about this from magma od and a quick thank you to Mack worldwide warranty for partnering with me on these video because without the macworld or warranty, my equipment wouldn’t be covered.
Check out the diamond warranty from Mack worldwide warranty, which covers accidental damage, fire damage, water damage, and much more. So this is one of the adapters for the Magbox and I got it on the Mag shoe right here that you know you can put on a light stand. Basically your Magbox would magnet to the front of that. But what I want to show you is actually the backside of this and how cool it is of how these little flashes just go in here. So first you open the doors. That’s it. Now you have to have the, you have to have these Magadapters on your flash. This is for the normal, you know the normal Magmod is like the Dome and the grid and that kind of stuff, the snoot and so on. When you have this on here, this is awesome metal, so you can just take this, slap it in there.
You can see it’s actually holding. Didn’t even close the door yet. I’m going to put the other one on again. It’s there, it’s holding. I didn’t even close the door yet. Now if I close the door, it’s now secure. These are not going anywhere, and if you look at the front, I’ve got two strobes right there, ready to go. I can slap on the Magbox and and just have some fun. You can see as I did that, see how that’s given out a little bit, right? Maybe that’s a magnet that’s getting weak over time from a, a lot of use. This door, these doors are actually meant to secure. These flashes. Delay can’t pop out, they’re not going anywhere. They cannot pop out. And then when you want to take it out, do you want to do one flash instead of two? You just opened the door and take out the flesh. That’s it. See how easy that is? Let me just put it on. Close the door. Done. Now you can take your Magbox and slap it in front and beyond your way. Again, be sure to check out my video on the Magbox and my thoughts on it. And if, if you have any question, just common below.