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CowboyStudio Photo and Video Studio Umbrella Continuous Lighting Light Kit- 27 feet Stands, 1 Mini Stand and Carry Case
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- Two(2) Professional Tripod/Light Stands, 7 Ft Max Height
- One(1) Professional Tripod/Mini Light Stand, Maximum Height is 2.2 Ft
- Three(3) High Quality Light Sockets
- Two(2) High Quality 33" Soft Umbrellas
- Three(3) 45 Watt 5500k Daylight Balanced Photo Light Bulbs
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|Item Dimensions||31.5 x 31.5 x 31.5 inches|
|Shipping Weight||11.9 pounds|
CowboyStudio Multi-use Umbrella Light Kit Set with Two 7ft Stands, One Mini Stand and Carry Case includes Two(2) Professional Tripod/Light Stands, 7 Ft Max Height, One(1) Professional Tripod/Mini Light Stand, Maximum Height is 2.2 Ft, Three(3) High Quality Light Sockets, Two(2) High Quality 33" Soft Umbrellas, Three(3) 45 Watt 5500k Daylight Balanced Photo Light Bulbs
From the Manufacturer
This kit provides 375 Watts of continuous lighting and it is a very good start for beginners. Entire kit sets up in minutes, and very easy to operate.
Versatile, Hardworking & Lightweight
Black anodized aluminum
Stable & Quick Setup
Maximum Height: 1900 MM, 78 inches
Minimum Height: 810 MM, 32.4 inches
Maximum Load Capacity 2.5KG, 9.9 lbs
Closed Length: 805 MM, 32.2 inches
Mounting Stud 5/8 inches
Mini Light Stand:
High quality aluminum, pressure die-cast aluminum
Black anodized aluminum
Maximum 2.6ft heavy duty light stand
Solid quick release levers
Easy set up
Part Number: WF-W801
Max Height: 660 MM; Min height: 380 MM, Folded height: 390 MM,
Max tube diameter: 23.5 MM, Load Capacity: 2.5 Kg
One-year factory warranty
Average Life: 10,000 Hours
Approximate Incandescent Equivalent: 125 Watt, total output is 375 Watt
Save 90 Watt in Energy
E26 standard screw-in base
CRI (Color Rendering Index ) > 84
Designed for 120V/60 HZ
UL listed, Energy Star compliant
Bulb size: 6.37in Length, 2.68in Diameter, 2.36in Base Width, 2.70in Base Length
Light Socket: The adapter swivels in all directions so you, or your stand, don’t have to get the light where you need it even with difficult angles. Max holds 105 Watt light bulbs.
Soft Umbrella: Works well to diffuse the light from any flash creating a soft even light for your subject. Light-weight and easy set up.
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The parts are easy to assemble, and seem well made for the price. If I were going to make a living shooting portraits, I'd probably try to find something more rugged, but for a general photographer with an occasional need for portrait lights, this is a very good choice.
If it disappered tomorrow, I'd buy the exact same thing.
Edit; I've used this setup several times for almost a year now. The metal bases that the bulbs screw into have come loose on each of the three bases. Kind of annoying, but a bit of super glue in each one, and they've never needed a second fix. It would also be nice if the power cords were longer, but you can put them all into a power strip and turn all three on and off at once.
The lights are all but useless for photography since their output is incredibly weak, particularly when you factor in the umbrellas. Since they are non-directional they are far less useful than strobes. You can put in brighter bulbs but that may be risky. For video, though, they are adequate.
The umbrellas are very thin and have held up, but do not soften the light enough. Using them for a flash is just adequate.
The stands are probably worth the price themselves. They are not great by any means, but are easy to use and if you're careful will likely last a good while.
The bag is junk, no padding, and the zipper failed despite very light use.
So at this point about a year later I picked up a monfrotto air cushioned stand Manfrotto 1052BAC Compact Stand (Black), some brolly boxes (cheap ones on amazon), and now am getting a different bag that will hold up better: Hensel Small, Padded Bag for Light Stands & Umbrellas, 90cm Long.. The lights themselves have been on the shelf since after the first time I've used it, and instead I bit the bullet and picked up a couple of sb900's (now available as the 910)Nikon SB-910 Speedlight Flash for Nikon Digital SLR Cameras. I'll probably replace the stands as well at some point, and just keep this stuff around as a backup.
So long story made short is that if you plan to set this up indoors and leave it in place where you have outlets, for video use, or if this is all you'll be able to afford, it is fine. But for any serious work you'll be far better served by saving the money and getting some sturdier stands, proper softbox/umbrella, and some real flashes.
The stands are lightweight, easy to adjust, and more sturdy than I expected. The umbrellas are good quality, the lights are bright, and the carrying case is well constructed so everything fits nicely.
It really is a great kit for those just starting out, like myself.