How To Use MagGels With The MagBeam

How to Use MagGels with the MagBeam

Using the MagGels and the MagMasks is a ton of fun. Color and patterns in the light everywhere? It's like being in a club but without the sticky floors or the bouncers!

The MagGels can only be used in conjunction with the MagBeam by using the Wide Lens. Its specific focal length is designed to project the color EVERYWHERE.

In order to use the MagGels here's a quick run down of the setup you'll need:

  • Your MagBeam is fully collapsed.
  • The Wide Lens (the notched one!) is installed with the grooves facing the flash.
  • You got your MagGel inserted flush into the MagBeam's integrated slot.
  • You've added a MagMask into the integrated slot too if you wanna get crazy cool! 

Take a photo to test your results! If the color doesn't seem dispurced properly, make sure your MagBeam is fully collapsed, that you are using the Wide Lens (the one with the notch), that your MagGel is inserted flush into the integrated slot, and that the Wide Lens has been inserted properly into the MagBeam (the grooves must point towards the flash). 

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