I bought a skier copy box (v2) a while ago, but I did a little test to see the concentration of the light source or how diffused it is. I pulled the image around a bit here, but this was the result. I included the Lightroom panel so you can see how I pushed the image around - it’s a pretty extreme grade, but I do have a tendency to push my film images around as much as I can, and it’s good to know where the limits are / where the light source is acting as a problem. I was a bit disappointed because this seems to be very highly recommended. Although the plastic seems to do a good job at diffusing the light, I wish the light source wasn’t so concentrated.
I also notice on other peoples images who are using the skier, as well as on mine, there are these specs. I blew as much dust off of the plastic on the skier with a rocket blower, but it seems like these specs are a problem with the plastic quality itself.
Is anyone else having that spec issue with the skier copy box? can anyone else test their light source on it to see if it’s just my copy, or if this is a problem with the light source itself?
Nikon Z7 (ISO 64 + 1/160th) RAW Large → Nikon 55mm Micro f/3.5 (at f/8) → Skier Copy Box v2 → Lightroom