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Profoto OCF Modifier Issue Grid Kit, Snoot, Filter Kit B1 B2 Head

Here we talk about the profoto ocf modifier issue some people are having. This is how I fixed mine out in the field to correct the design flaw. If you modify yours you will void all factory waranty and support…so that is all on you. I am simply showing you how I fixed my own personal issue with them.

PROFOTO offered to replace them at no charge and I declined as I wanted them and knew I could fix them in just a few minutes. They have fantastic customer service and that is why I switched to their system in 2015.

I travel for my photography a lot but have a place I stop by all the time so hey, stuff send me stuff you want me to talk about:

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  • The Broketographers
    Posted at 06:41h, 07 March

    Love my B1's — same with the B2's; I don't use them quite as much, and I've thought about selling 'em.

  • Mike Starchuk
    Posted at 16:37h, 25 March

    Thanks for the heads up and the clear advice for modification; and yes although they fit on my B2's it is exactly the same as you demonstrated for my B1's. Looks like I need to do a little work.

  • Juan Tascon
    Posted at 19:33h, 30 March

    Very informative. Thank you for sharing.

  • Mire León
    Posted at 00:19h, 03 April

    Thanks for the recommendation! I had the same trouble, now I solved it thanks to you! 🙂

  • Rick Thompson
    Posted at 17:47h, 28 April

    Like the vid but still not sure about these high dollar suckers. I shoot film, do yo use these with film cameras?

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