The Material

SUNBOUNCE offers a huge selection of frames and a comprehensive range of wide meter fabrics for the photography and film industry. Furthermore, SUNBOUNCE are specialists in the provision of extra-wide fabrics without seam (up to 500 cm). They are all “MADE in GERMANY”; most materials were even developed exclusively for SUNBOUNCE. All screens SUNBOUNCE manufacture from these fabrics are in perfect harmony with the frame and make the foldable SUNBOUNCE SYSTEM one of the leading brands for professionals. SUNBOUNCE continuously design new colours, structures and patterns so that you get your perfect light, no matter whether it should be “clean” or “dirty”. In addition to clean lifestyle photography, SUNBOUNCE can also help to achieve a naturally “dirty”, vivid light - not just always “clean” or flat. All screens are of excellent quality and are sewn by hand in Germany - a longer life guaranteed. You can always rely on SUNBOUNCE materials.

The moiré effect in photography and videography

» Details

Reflectors and nets - for any application


The perfect lightbox material is also suitable as reflector. Very direct but with soft vignetting for feathering. Tangibly lively.

Colour: SILVER. The back is BLACK.


With its 3D structure hinting at Indian origins, it creates an uncannily realistic, subtly animated light with a wide range of angles of reflected beam. Similar to how it is in nature. Great when FEATHERING depends on the details.The light fall-off is soft. Please follow the instructions in the video.

Application area:Reflector
Max. Width seamless: 145cm/ 57“
Fire Protection:Do not use near fire or heat sources
Front Color:SILVER
Color temperature:Neutral
Character:Very direct, but slight reduction of light
Structural change:felt alive
Light output*:large
Special feature:Appropriate for all daylight or artificial cold light
Color back:BLACK
Color temperature:neutral
Character:little reflection
Structural change:no
Light output*:low
Special feature:Appropriate for all daylight or artificial cold light

* Depending on the distance between the reflector and the model.

Law of physics: A reflector acts as an independent light source. The light decreases by square of the distance. (At twice the distance, the reflector illuminates about 4x the area – so the amount of light is divided by four.)