A net is simply that - net fabric. It's purpose is not to diffuse light, but rather cut it. For example, if you have a location shot where your background is a boat placed up on the shore and the light is beaming in from behind the boat making the light entirely too bright to photograph or film, you need to cut the light down. You can't simply choose another angle because the boat is your background. By placing a net behind your subject, it becomes invisible to the camera and cuts down the light resulting in better image capture. (Think of a net like sunglasses for your camera.)
Common to many Hollywood film sets, this extra-large 96 x 96" fabric is perfect for covering large areas.
All of our net fabrics are seamless to insure nothing gets in the way of your shots.
Quick set up.
As fabrics easily attach to the frame through the use of hook and loop tape, changes can be made in seconds. No straps to tie and untie every time a fabric needs changed.
Fabrics easily attach to the frame through the use of automotive grade industrial hook and loop tape.
Easily hand held.
This fabric incorporates four openings for easy hand-holding of the frame and fabric.
Each fabric is designed with four corner straps that wrap around each corner of the Scrim Jim frame. HINT! When attaching a fabric to the frame, secure these four corners first. This will help provide for the most even and taut fit.
The ultimate in portability and versatility, 1 Scrim Jim frame can create up to four different sizes. With over 35 fabrics offered, this system provides what you need to shoot indoors or outdoors.
Ideal for outdoor photographers.
Take anywhere by simply throwing in a gear bag, Scrim Jim frames and fabrics fold down to fit into one portable carry case."