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320 Watt Photo Studio MonoLight Strobe Flash Lighting Umbrella Kit (Optional Umbrella), 2X160WSTROBE-2X803-1W1SUMBKIT



 
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Product Code: 2X160WSTROBE-2X803-1W1SUMBKIT


  

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One of the main questions our customers ask us is, “What is the difference between continuous and strobe lighting?” Continuous lighting uses a constant light source to light the object, meaning that your lights will stay on during the entirety of your photo shoot. Continuous lighting is recommended for beginners. Strobe lighting uses a flash of light at the moment your camera shutter opens to illuminate your subject. Many professionals use this type of lighting because it offers more control of the light.

Flashes are used in photography to produces an instantaneous flash of artificial light at a color temperature of about 5500K to help illuminate a scene.
Specification
    • Monolight
    • The unit mounts onto any standard lightstand with a 5/8" or smaller mounting stud. It has a circular flash tube that is daylight balanced at 5600 deg. K, a guide number of 36 at ISO 100 and a recycling time of 5-7 seconds. It also comes with a 50 watt removable modeling lamp. The Budget Studio monolight Flash can be triggered through the camera with its included 15' sync cord, by another flash being fired and activating the built-in Photo-Slave, or through its open-flash test button. It's a compact 7.0" long with a diameter of 3-3/4" and weighs only 15 ounces.
      • Power: 160 Watt Seconds
      • Angle-adjustable bracket with built-in umbrella holder
      • 50 Watt model light
      • Color-temperature corrected (5,500K) circular flash-tube
      • Includes 10' AC Power Cord, Sync Cord
      • All kinds of lighting accessories available: barn-doors, snoot, color filters, honeycomb, soft boxes & umbrellas

      • Umbrella: Works well to diffuse the light from any flash creating a soft even light for your subject. Light-weight and easy set up.

      • Light Stands
        • Height is adjustable from 2ft 9in – 6ft8in
        • Footprint is 2’
        • 28" long when closed
        • 5/8” stem
        • 1/4" screw tip on the stem
        • Max load of 7 lbs
        • Made from aluminum alloy
        • Folds up quickly and easily
        • 1 year manufacturer warranty


Optional Accessories
Photo Studio 5-in-1 Oval Collapsible Multi Disc Reflector, 5-IN-1 OVAL Rectangular Studio Softbox Soft Box with Universal Speedring for Monolight Strobe, RECTANGLE SOFTBOX Black/Silver Reflective Photo Studio Umbrella, B/S UMB CowboyStudio Photo Snoot for Strobe Flash, JTL SNOOT
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Versatile and Powerful July 25, 2015
Reviewer: Robert Harris from Tustin, CA United States  
Excellent choice for a starter studio flash set up.

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strobes December 17, 2012
Reviewer: Pam Remmler from Eaton, OH United States  
Exactly as described.  got them very fast and they perform perfectly.

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Excellent bargain kit, May 11, 2012
Reviewer: W. Brown from Oregon  
I'm normally an available light photographer, but occasionally need extra illumination. This kit fits the bill nicely. The stands are light but sturdy, and the strobes work well. There's nothing special about the umbrellas; they work fine. I prefer the white "shoot-through" type, but the relective one has it's uses. I actually purchased a few more umbrellas (larger ones) to go along with these. But that's just me.

The main thing that drew me to the CowboyStudio strobes is that they have a power dial on the back. If you've shopped around, you know that there are plenty of fixed-power strobes in this price range. But a fixed power strobe is extrememly limiting in setting up your shots. You can only adjust the exposure on your camera (potentially messing up the ambient light levels) or move the strobe closer to further away from your subject. So I'm glad that Cowboy offers an alternative.

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