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CowboyStudio 2275 Watt Digital Video Continuous Softbox Lighting Kit with Boom and Carrying Case
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- Two (2) Top Quality Light Stands, One (1) Support Boom Stand
- Two (2) 20" x 28" Softbox, Two (2) Premium Light Socket, Two (2) Power Cord
- Ten (10) 45 Watt 5000k Compact Fluorescent Daylight Balanced Photo Bulbs, One (1) 65 Watt 5000k Compact Flurescent Daylight Balanced Photo Bulb
- One (1) Quick-Setup Softbox with AC Socket, Three (3) Carrying Pouches for Softbox
- One (1) 2 Section Boom Kit with Grip Head,One (1) Sandbag,One (1) Carrying Case
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|Item Dimensions||47.24 x 47.24 x 47.24 inches|
|Shipping Weight||25.4 pounds|
Lighting Stand: Black anodized aluminum backlight stand, Maximum height is 7 feet. Stable & Quick Setup.
Photo Bulb: 45 watt fluorescent light bulb = 200 watt Incandescent light bulbs, color temperature 5000K, total output is 2000 Watt. These high-output daylight balanced compact fluorescent bulbs are ideally suited for digital photography. They also have very low heat so they don't get hot like the more common photo bulb choices.
Light Socket: It mounts on standard light stands. You can control each of the light bulb on/off.
Boom Kit:Solid quick release lever, fully adjustable. Max fully extended height is 7 feet with a 5/8" stem, 26" foot print, 42" min height, 40" when close, max load is 16 lb. Boom arm telescope extend to 5.6 ft. Screw on tip is 1/4".
From the Manufacturer
The CowboyStudio 2275 Watt Digital Video Continuous Softbox Lighting Kit/Boom Set is used in the studio to provide any form of lighting above the subject. This product is particularly effective as a hair light or back light, which breaks up the subject from the background.
One of the main questions are customers ask us is “what is the difference between continuous and strobe lighting?” Continuous lighting uses a constant light source to light your subject, 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.
Versatile, Hardworking & Lightweight
Black anodized aluminum
Max Height: 6.7 Ft, Min Height: 26in
Stable & Quick Setup
45 watt fluorescent light bulb = 200 watt Incandescent light bulbs each with a day light balanced color temperature of 5000K. The total output for the main lights is 2000 Watt. These high-output daylight balanced compact fluorescent bulbs are ideally suited for digital photography. They also have very low heat so they don't get hot like the more common photo bulb choices.
It mounts on standard light stands. You can control each of the light bulbs on/off. The kit has dedicated softboxes with the speedring built right into the light socket.
Solid quick release lever, fully adjustable
Max fully extended height is 7 feet with a 5/8in stem, 26in foot print, 42in min height, 40in when close, max load is 16 lb
Boom arm telescope extend to 5.6 ft
Screw on tip is 1/4in
Quick set-up softbox that is easily set-up and broken down
Top Customer Reviews
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I originally bought this set for my green screen (home) production and it looked really really good. but now as i already said before i use these lights for everything else - Photo, Video, i even use this set to light myself when i have webcam conferences at work and everyone amazed how great i look (duh! LOL) they have no idea i use this set. anyway, i totally love it. Also, i had to contact the seller with a question i had so i emailed (i thought calling them would be difficult) but the guys responded back shortly after and asked me to call them so they can explain details since it would be easier to explain over the phone rather than by using email, i was actually pleased by their response and timing! they sound like very great guys to deal with. thanks for that as well.
The moral of my story is for everyone to be careful when ordering anything from cowboystudio. I've read other reviews from people who receive products with bad sewing, and even with the boxes I received, you can see where the threading is loose and light sneaks through. Just be careful. Cowboystudio has some of the cheapest lighting on the market for a reason. It will work (most of the time) as a starter kit, but don't plan on it lasting for a long time.
First, I got the kit in an amazingly short period of time, which was nice. It came double-boxed, with a soft case inside the double box. Inside the soft case were carefully packaged all the various boxes...the CFL lamps, the stands, the soft boxes themselves, and all the power cords and accessories. Also included was an instruction sheet...more on that in a moment.
Everything was quite intuitive to set up. It helped that I had gone onto the Cowboy Studio website ([...]) and watched the assembly video. It's a bit tricky to build these soft boxes, but no trickier than any other brand. The very nature of the beast makes all of them a bit of a pain. The backlight is an umbrella arrangement that opens quickly and locks into place..so it's not bad at all. But I experienced none of the poor quality that another reviewer mentioned. Everything assembled quickly and easily, and all the parts were included. One thing I noticed was that great attention to detail was given to things like individual sleeves for the umbrellas...there's a place for everything. And all the CFLs are individually-boxed for shipping...sadly, in styrofoam that will be unusable. But I had planned to buy a pick-n-pluck foam case for the lamps anyway, so that's not a huge deal.
The boom stand is sturdy...make sure all the heads lock into place on all the stands. They're a bit of a firmer fit than you usually find, so make sure everything's firmly seated. I was a bit disappointed with the stands for the two soft boxes...their bases don't spread out much, so when you have the head at the upper limits of the stand, it's a bit wobbly...Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Very disappointed, weak stands, light weight will make them tip. Love the fixture but now the light box don't allow the fixture to stick out the box, making it like a puppet when... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Eddy O
We bought these to use for my wife's video auditions. We were always having issues with lighting and bought this kit because of its portability. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Joshua Williams
This is my first light kit, I've used it for music videos, short films and photo shoots. Works great, all the light bulbs worked, they're very bright at full blast. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Pliggity
You get what you pay for. It DOES work, as advertised, but be aware that things are flimsy. I do not know how well it will hold up in the long run but it's working for now. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Alex Boge
Excellent if you are on a restricted budget. The soft boxes are difficult to set up and I had to use duct tape on some areas. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Kayleigh
I've been using these lights for a few years now. they are amazing! i use them mostly for video work, but i do some photography work with them to. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Matt B.
I received 10 of the wrong parts, making the two soft boxes unusable. There is no way to contact the seller to rectify this.Published 5 months ago by Kristin