A snoot is a tube in front of your flash, which keeps its beam of light tight and concentrated, while a grid has lots of smaller, parallel tubes that do essentially the same thing. A snoot is used if you want to restrict the light. It is nothing more than a sort of tunnel for the light to go through that will restrict it is all directions except for the exact direction the strobe is pointed. If you want a more elegant, gradient fall-off to the light beam, you’ll want to use a grid instead of a snoot. Camera Gear offers various models of snoots and grids
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Godox Snoot with Honeycomb Grid for Bowens S Mount SN-01 is used to add more precise control over where light falls on your subject and scene. Honeycomb grid is included for even greater control and a smaller circle.