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Three knobs of one umbrella were off within a day.
So if you think you might want to add accessories, it might be a good idea to buy them as part of a kit at the beginning... I think you'll pay more later as add-ons.
I'd highly recommend for a photographer who wants lights but won't use them all the time.
This is a good starter kit, not really powerful lighting but I get great shots and like being able to control lighting for photo boothes etc.Published on June 24, 2011 by Birch
I needed something fairly cheap that did a decent job, and these served their purpose well. I was kinda scared after reading some of the reviews on them, like the umbrellas falling... Read morePublished on September 3, 2009 by Jenna
Pros: Buena relacion de precio equipo, Construccion solida, buena difuninacion de la luz.
Cons.: Ninguna. Read more
I bought this lamp set to do an indoor photo shoot as a favor for a friend. (I normally only do outdoor shoots.)
These lamps are not designed well. Read more
I rate this product as 4/5 because the way they packed and the quality of the materials.
One of the Aluminum Reflectors, I believe that's what it called, got a minor... Read more
Ah it's a bit cheap and a nightmare to put together. You would think that they could at least put some instructions in there.Published on October 24, 2008 by Faster Than You
I think these lights are great for the price. The light stands are really nice and sturdy. I plan on upgrading to the 500w bulbs for portraits though, the 250w are not quite at... Read morePublished on October 14, 2008 by Travis Manley
These lights are well-suited for my needs. I think they'll get me started off with a little studio just fine. They're tough enough for my needs. Read morePublished on July 28, 2008 by R. K. Shreckengast
This is a very nice set if you're starting out in photography. It goes together easily and seems to be sturdy and is inexpensive. Read morePublished on April 9, 2008 by 53 and counting