# What is the Beam Angle Produced by Stacking MagGrid 2's?

### What is the Beam Angle Produced by Stacking MagGrid 2's?

A single MagGrid 2 produces a 40° beam angle from your flash. And because of MagMod’s modular design, you can alter your beam angle even more by stacking additional MagGrid 2's on top of each other.

We'll spare you the math. If you stack *two* MagGrid 2's, you’ll produce a 20° beam angle. Stacking *three* MagGrid 2's will yield a 15° beam angle. You could theoretically stack up to *eight* MagGrid 2's to achieve a 5° beam angle, but we do not recommend using more than *four* at once. If you’d like to stack more than *three* MagGrid 2's, we would recommend instead using the MagSnoot 2, as it will be a tad easier to adjust and control your light.

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