Every choice in life comes with positive and negative baggage. The good thing about the Inflatable Photo Studio is that you can mobilize your hobby and always have a portable spot to snap off a few B&W portraits of your favorite subject. And then, of course, there is the downside, which isn’t nearly as pleasant.
The bad thing about dealing with massive plastic enclosures is that there’s always the risk of deflation, and when deflation occurs, so does the suffocation of anyone still within its plastic-y grasps. IPS says that if the inflatable studio were to fail, you should crawl on your hands and knees to the nearest exist, and most importantly, don’t panic. To illustrate how not to panic, IPS literally posted a picture of the Captain Kirk choke grip above the disclaimer, no lie. The large studio costs $500, fan included. The smaller model will set you back $400. Mere chump change for the avid hobbyist.