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Cowboystudio 400 Watt Photography Studio Monolight, Studio Strobe Light with 75 W Model Lamp
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- It is a one 400 Watt second strobe light.
- This strobe comes with 3 colors, red, blue and grey
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|Package Height||10.1 x 10.2 x 15.2 inches|
|Shipping Weight||6.75 pounds|
Specifications: Guild No. 64 (ISO 100)
Circle flash tube: Color temperature: 5500K, exchangeable, made by PerkinElmer (Heimann).
Ave. flash bulb life: over 8000 flashing.
Flash power setting: 1/16 to 1/1 full step less variable with separate switch.
Recycling time: 0.5~3.7 sec.
Flash Triggering: Photo cell,Sync cord, and Test button
Power input: 110 volts, 60 Hz.
Modeling light: with on/off switch. Bulb included, E27 socket, up to 100 watt.
Sync.Voltage: DC 12 v.
Cooling fan: Built-in.
Audio signal on/off switch. Beep when ready for flash.
Power cord, sync cord and an extra fuse are included.
Top Customer Reviews
now - on with the review.
I was looking for a cheap strobe to play around with. I'm not a pro but I've been shooting for 25 years as a hobby. I have my own darkroom and generally shoot medium format and recently got a digital camera to shoot some pinup photography.
I got this light as an experiment just to see what's possible with a strobe and it worked very well. The light was consistent and plenty strong for a small indoor studio. I also got a couple of wireless sync modules.Read more ›
I bought this after reading many reviews and some guy that blogged about it. I found the light to be everything that was advertised. I was looking at Alien Bees as an alternative but the big drawback for me on all their stuff is their build construction as it pertains to how the speed rings attach to the front of the units. You can't use a very large light bank with any WL or AB product as if it's too heavy (or windy) the bank will tear right off the front of the strobe, sometimes taking with it the flashtube and modeling light.
These are built right with all metal hardware where it connects to the stand, and it uses a standard Bowens reflector attachment which is more than solid. I've already tried using a 4x8' bank on it with no problem.
So, I like everything about these units and would consider their more powerful models as well after shooting with this one for a few days. My only negative is the claimed power output is probably half of what it really is. These are 200-300 w/s at best, which is fine for the use I need them for. I did shoot an engagement portrait the other day of a couple standing in front of a small pond in the woods and it barely gave me enough fill for the sun which was low in the sky. It worked but I had to move the bank towards them more than I might have. But it did work... This is not the product to use shooting portraits on the beach in full sun or on the side of a glacier at noon...Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Light produced from it is decent. I believe they should add the additional cost for a reflector instead of making it a separate purchase.Published 2 months ago by Stephen Williams
First impression is, meets or exceeds published specs. Solid build. Will see how it performs long term. I was a bit confused by the charging indicator documentation. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Henry R Gregory
These are really a good cheap strobe lights for inside a studio or on location (with AC power). I take care of mine and have had them for over 5 years now. Read morePublished 3 months ago by JC Kirk
Great little inexpensive strobe. Just bought my second. Moved to these and umbrellas from CFL softboxes. Read morePublished 4 months ago by HokeyPokey