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  1. Hobolite Mini Barndoor Set
    £50.40 £42.00
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  2. Hobolite Avant Barndoor Set
    £60.00 £50.00
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  3. SmallRig RA-BD08 8-leaf Barndoors
    £80.28 £66.90
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  4. Godox KnowLED P600RB4 Barndoor for P600R
    £133.20 £111.00
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  5. Godox KnowLED LB-02 Fresnel Barndoor 10 inch
    £75.60 £63.00
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  6. Godox KnowLED LB-01 Fresnel Barndoor 8 inch
    £75.60 £63.00
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  7. Godox KnowLED P300RB4 Barndoor for P300R
    £99.60 £83.00
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  8. Godox KnowLED GF14B Barndoor for GF14
    £136.80 £114.00
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  10. Godox KnowLED GR30B Barndoor for 30° Reflector
    £103.20 £86.00
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  11. Rotolight Anova PRO 3 Series Masters Kit
    £679.98 £566.65
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A Barndoor is a lighting accessory that is used to control the direction and shape of light produced by a lighting fixture. It is typically made up of four adjustable metal flaps or doors that are attached to the front of the light. These flaps can be adjusted to block or shape the light in specific ways.

Barndoors are commonly used in film and photography to control the spread and direction of light, and to create shadows and other lighting effects. For example, a cinematographer might use barndoors to create a narrow beam of light that is directed at a specific area or subject, or to create a pool of light that highlights a particular part of the scene.

Barndoors are often used in conjunction with other lighting accessories, such as diffusers, gels, and reflectors, to achieve a particular lighting effect. They are available in a range of sizes and shapes to fit different types of lighting fixtures, and can be adjusted to create different lighting patterns and effects.