- Cable bundler

- Flashlight holder


Tips ( DIY )
Battery charge indicator
- Battery holder
Bicycle pump holder
- Flashlight holders :
   - medium
    - mini 1 , mini 2
    - micro

- Lens cap holder
- Flash bouncer
   - small reflector
   - big reflector/ light box

- New tips, 2014 -

Prototypes :
Bicycle bottle holders



Mini ReflectorSvenska

  How to make a small light reflector
 for use with or without the PilleVippo bouncer.

- Two sides, silver and white (hard or soft reflections)
- Foldable, fits on a bookshelf when not in use
- Can stand for itself (and be tilted forward or backwards) or be held by hand

Example of use

Macro, shadows can be lightened up like shown in the two images at right (examples).

a second reflector (right image) can be used to lighten up shadows.

- holding the reflector like shown in the left image can block light from the background
  for creating a dark/ toned background (example)
side light (right image), the opposite reflector can be tilted as shown for better effect.

How to make it

- 4 pcs of self adhesive foam board (foam core), size 30x25 cm (12x10 inch), 5mm thick
  ( the size is choosen for good fit on a bookshelf, a larger size would "capture" more light )
- 2 strips of white paper that has the
  same width as two boards thickness and same length as the longest board side.
- aluminium foil (use the matte side for reflector)
- clear packing tape

- Fasten the aluminium foil to self adhesive side of the board
  (use the matte side of the aluminium as the reflector surface to avoid "hot-spots" and uneven light)
  press the aluminium roll downwards while rolling to avoid bubbles.
- Cut off the aluminium foil that is outside of the board edges.


- Hold two boards together (the white sides facing outwards) and
  tape the white paper strip to the edges of the long sides as shown below,
- turn the boards inside out and tape on the other side also .


- The finished "two way hinge" should look like this,
  making it possible to fold the reflector both ways.



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