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Lastolite LL LR2833 TriLite Speed-Lite Kit with TriLite Reflectors, Stand and Boom (Multi Color)

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  • Lets you position the lights exactly where you need them
  • Help achieve distinctive catch lights.
  • Lower Arm attached to the light stand on which the 3 reflective panels are fitted
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Product Description

The Triflector Speed-Lite is the ultimate beauty lighting accessory for Ezybox Hotshoe users. The Triflector Speed-Lite stand incorporates a clever overhead arm to support the Ezybox Hotshoe which alleviates the need for a separate expensive boom arm stand. The three reflective panels work in the same way as our highly acclaimed TriLite (Triflector) MkII in that it allows the photographer to position the light exactly where he or she wants and achieve distinctive catch lights. At the top of the Triflector Speed-Lite's boom arm is a standard lighting stud (like the top of a light stand). The boom arm is designed to support a speed light with a light-weight modifier like a Lastolite Ezybox Hotshoe (LL LS2546M2) or a Hotrod Softbox (LL LS2670) sold separately.

Product Information

Product Dimensions 43.3 x 7.5 x 23.2 inches
Item Weight 17.5 pounds
Shipping Weight 15.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ASIN B0098HUWB8
Item model number LL LR2833
Customer Reviews
4.0 out of 5 stars 3 customer reviews

4.0 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #638 in Camera & Photo > Camera & Photo Accessories > Lighting & Studio > Lighting > Lighting Controls & Modifiers > Reflectors
#37,349 in Electronics > Camera & Photo > Video
Date first available at Amazon.com February 10, 2012

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This is for the photographer on the go it is best used with either a couple of good quality strobes or similar. The break down could be designed even smaller than it is currently sold creating an additional screw joint directly after the bend. I cut and modified mine to do just this and now this thing is ultra-portable. Furthermore, it allows for extension options were not available before. As most of you won’t have a machine shop to alter this, the package is still great I prefer high speed low drag and modifying anything to get exactly what I want.
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This is a fabulous product! It is compact and convenient, especially with its carrying bag. And who am I to criticize Lastolite? The only thing that surprised me was the way the outer reflectors are attached to the softbox using Velcro. It seems a little "rigged" especially in light of the price and since another one of their products is self-supporting. Nevertheless, it works like a charm and I am pleased overall with the product.
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I have the previous model, and although it takes longer to assemble, I like the results better. For quick in-house shots, this is the one!
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