Reflectors and nets - for any application

3/3 Stop Silk (57)

Strong contrast reduction. Creates very soft basic light, almost without contrast. Good in combination with reflectors and as lightbox diffuser.

Colour: WHITE neutral without optical brightener.

You can use the light as is, or you can use it as basic illumination, adding other light sources to create light and shadow. The TRANSLUCENT -3/3rd f:Stop is popular as a front and intermediate diffuser for all light boxes. Because the vast seamless areas are good for bouncing and reflecting, the -3/3tel SUNBOUNCE diffuser fabric is a favorite for automobile photography.

If sunlight or the light from a spotlight has to be subdued e.g. because it is too hard, this unique diffuser fabric could be your salvation. Similar materials – but with unsightly seams (shadow lines) – have been used successfully for many decades in Hollywood. They are called SILKS there and used to actually be made of silk.

SUNBOUNCE offers this SUNBOUNCE EXCLUSIVE diffuser fabric in a single piece up to 500 cm wide and 50 meters long. This means that transmitted light in this area does not cast a shadow over 250 m². The quality of the fabric complies with DIN 4102 B1 and is difficult to ignite.

Application area:Diffuser/ Reflector
Max. Width seamless:505cm/ 17‘
Fire Protection:

The unique quality is provided by DIN 4102 B1 and flame resistant.

Do not use near fire or heat sources

Color temperature:WHITE neutral without optical brightener.
Character:Softens the light very strongly
Structural change:

Reduces the light / shadow contrast strongly

Shadows are barely perceptible

Light output*:-3/3 f-stop
Special feature:Appropriate for all daylight or artificial cold light

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

Law of physics: A diffuser acts as an independent light source. The light decreases by square of the distance.

* Light cannot be enhanced without a physical loss of light.

How is the loss of light quantified?

At SUNBOUNCE we measure applying the only truly conclusive method: Directly behind the fabric, since the fabric causes a new light source.