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The CowboyStudio AC Socket & Cord Set comes with an umbrella holder and light stand mount, which makes it perfect for every photographer.
The swivel adapter lets you have full control over your continuous light. Mount your bulb to the swivel adapter and then set it on any of your standard mount light stands. Besides having a built in umbrella mount, this product can mount onto any stand light stand.
Mounts on any standard light stand
Holds any bulb with a standard E26 base
Maximum capacity is 105 watts
Easy to mount an umbrella in the adapter
Umbrella, bulb, and stand are not included with this kit
This attaches to the threads of the light bulb and is forced down when screwing in the bulb.
If you're not mechanically handy to take it apart and improve it you'll need to use a very light touch when screwing in the bulb.
NEVER buying cowboystudio ever again, they don't stand behind their products and they're not even compatible with each other.
Nice socket and umbrella holder. Works properly. Only drawback is the max. 105 watt bulbPublished 8 days ago by GeriZ
This was a replacement for a defective AC socket that came with my CowboyStudio light kit. The original one had a loose solder joint. Easily repaired. It is lightweight. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Mike Goss, PMP
Great socket for most any regular or photo light, this product allows you to have a light for filming anywhere, easy to mount on a light stand. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Venta Vision TV
The metal ring inside ( threaded nut ) is poorly attached to the plastic. This attaches to the threads of the light bulb and is forced down when screwing in the bulb. Read morePublished 6 months ago by K. mathison
The clutch wears out and if you use any lamp that pulls more than 60 watts, the cheap, lightweight cable really heats up. Read morePublished 10 months ago by J Fairlight
Having shot portraits or still life images using tungsten lighting, you know how hot and uncomfortable the can be. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Amazon Customer
It broke as some as I tried to use it. I would highly recommend that you do not purchase this item.Published 16 months ago by R. Grace