Strobe Studio Flash Light Kit 900W - Photographic Lighting - Strobes, Barn Doors, Light Stands, Triggers, Umbrellas, Soft Box
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- Professional Studio Lighting Kit 900W
- This professional kit is perfect for advertising products, photo-art, industrial, scientific and technical photography and much more!
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- 1 Year Warranty
- Three 300W lights and tons of accessories
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|Package Height||12.4 x 12.9 x 36.2 inches|
|Shipping Weight||26.9 pounds|
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THREE (3) Professional Studio Strobe Lights: 300DI, with their own 75-watt modeling lights. This strobe is typically used for background, fill, or highlighting. 300DI is equipped with buzz function. The modeling lamp can be adjusted from full to proportion. With pre-flash system, it can fire on the second flash in sync. High quality barn door with honeycomb 4 Color Gels (Translucent, blue, red, yellow) Four (4) color gels to allow you to have different background colors. . One (1) Honeycomb designed to give you ultimate control on the direction of your light. Soft box: A soft box is an essential piece of kit for the photographic studio utilizing continuous or flash lighting, creating even, natural, diffused light distribution and eliminating extreme highlights and hotspots. Black/Silver Umbrella: This is Neewer 33" (84 cm), Sliver/Black Backing Umbrella. Silver umbrellas are used to bounce light onto a subject. A wireless radio 16-channel trigger set comes in the package. Three Professional Duty Aluminum Light Stands. To give you a place to attach your Softbox, the kit includes two lightweight heavy duty aluminum stands that extend to 190cm. Lamp Modules The 300DI produces a superb light that will bathe your subjects in a variety of lighting effects. These are very high quality professional strobes that will give you years of service.
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I'm an experienced photographer and I wasn't afraid of buying this... I've used the same kit before and the results are great.
So, let me be clear with these things.
1. If you're an amateur or a beginner, this would be great start-up kit (even more than what you need, It's always better to work with natural light when you are starting, and first learn all the light and photo theory, learn how to use the camera, and basic accesories properly)... But if you buy this, don't be afraid of the reviews that say "Where's the instruction manual?"... "The instruction manual it's absolutely neccesary".. "I'm dissapointed because I don't know how to use this thing"....and that kind of bullsh... The kit is REALLY EASY to use and set-up. Anyway, this DOES COME with a manual (I attach the photo of the instructions manuals).
2. Also, don't be afraid of the reviews that say: "The light set on fire"... "this is dangerous"... "bad product because I don't know how to use it and I set that thing on fire"... (more bullsh...) .. Like ALL the photographic equipment (even Nikon D4x, Canon Mark V, Hasselblad... Because if you use it wrong, in a beach or with high temperatures... the sensor is going to overheat) It's a delicate piece of equipment and you have to be careful. If you use your light kit in outdoors... Try to make it in a season where the weather is fine (I'm in Colombia, the climate here is stable all the time.. we don't have seasons and because our height above sea level, we're always around 15°C and 22°C.. Our only problem with weather is when it rains) But if you're going to work in summer, Try to do you shooting sessions indoor or keep your lights cool trying not to use the modeling lamp. Also, there's a lot of people complaining about good temperatures and setting in fire their strobes. well, If you keep the modeling lamp ALWAYS on, obviously something is going to set on fire (basic physics... duh...) Try to use the model lamp ONLY if it's strictly neccesary... (this kind of indications are more than obvious... and this is written in the first page of the instructions manual)... Even Elinchrom lighting kits may set on fire if you're not careful enough (and smart enough) To use this kind of equipment (Conclusion, if you don't know how to use this... do some research first... and treat your photographic equipment like your girlfriend / boyfriend... be delicate.)
3. "Cheapish feeling" (Actually, I saw a review with that...) Really?... Do you want to feel expensive? Or do you want to take great photos? ... It's the photographer, not the equipment.... And the equipment doesn't make a good photographer. It helps, but it doesn't make you better... You don't need Elinchrom to be a great photographer.
4. I saw a lot of reviews where people sent the packages back... Didn't recieved what they expected... the package was incomplete, etc. My shipping wasn't different. First, they sent a package with the strobes, only one umbrella and barndoors... I wrote the seller (Bestlight) And next week, they sent another package only with the bag (that pissed me off a lot) So, I wrote again the seller asking for: Softbox, light stands and wireless receiver/trigger... They answered that they didn't have softbox, so they refunded me for that, but they sent the rest of the package just in time and that was great (To other people, the seller didn't even answered.... But I'm happy because at last, I received all my equipment (And even with that issues, before the estimated delivery time).. So my seller was not that bad, at least they gave me a solution.
5. About the light stands.. Yes, they are very lightweight... But it is helpful... If someone accidentally kicks one, It will balance easier and give you time to response and catch it before it falls (but for outdoor, it's better to use heavier light stands, the wind can take these ones easily down)
6. About the trigger/receiver set... Don't expect One trigger, three receivers (Obviously, it would be more expensive)... It only comes with one trigger, one receiver and you can use the other two strobes with no problems.... You can set them to "slave" so, they will trigger when the one with the wireless receiver does.... Or, you can sync the other two strobes with the INCLUDED sync cords (There's a sync cord included with each strobe)
Conclussion, this is a great piece of equipment at an excellent price... Be delicate and careful with your investments like this one... Be careful with sellers, mine was Bestlight and the issues were minimal. And don't believe all the reviews...
I purchased these for my niece, so she could take headshots of her hospital staff. The build quality on the lights is really good...they're nice and sold feeling, maybe even a little hefty. The quality of the switches and knobs is solid, as well. The lights look like they'll be around for a long, long time.
The wireless trigger worked perfectly. Put it in the first light, turned off the slave mode on that light, then turned the slave mode on "NOR" on the other two lights. Shoot more than 100 test shots, and the system never failed to fire. Yes, the recharge beep is a bit annoying as others have said, but in an odd way I find it comforting. I think once you get used to it, you'll hear it and appreciate that it's there, but it won't likely bother you.
One caveat that others have mentioned: the bulb on each light is open to the world, so you'll want to be careful when you pack these. I just took the lids from some Dollar Store plastic storage tubs, and gaffer-taped them in front of the bulb with some gaffer's tape (with the softbox frame still attached to the light). Problem solved!
The stands are as you would expect from a value-priced system. Not terribly rugged, but certainly adequate. I would love to have a bit wider footprint from them, but throw a sandbag on it, and it's fine.
The softboxes are really nice-looking. Yes, building them with the spines is a PITA, but that's the way it is with most of the softbox systems out there. It's the nature of the beast. Hopefully my niece will build them once, then leave them built. The quality of the shrouds themselves is very nice. The pockets into which the spines go, seem to be very well-made and superbly stitched. I suspect they would hold up to some good moderate use. I haven't opened the umbrellas, but they look nice, too. Note that they're black on the outside, silver on the inside...they are not shoot-through umbrellas.
One nice thing is, the clamp on the bottom of the light has a built-in umbrella holder...a nice touch. The clamps seem very well-built and durable, as well.
The system comes with a very nice carry bag, padded on the bottom. I was able to get everything inside the bag, even with the light stands in boxes to protect them. The bag is well-built, the zipper-cover is a bit on the flimsy side, but it worked well.
The system came with filters and the honeycomb, none of which my niece will use for her application, but it's nice to have 'em if you need 'em.
All in all, I'm extremely happy with this purchase. Neewer has proven once again, that they make quality products at a fair price. I've saved thousands over the "real gear" that costs a fortune. Yes, you could say you get what you pay for, but with Neewer, I think you get MORE than you pay for.
I'm a video guy, but I'm considering purchasing this system again to have around in case someone asks me to shoot some studio shots. It's that good.