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ePhoto Professional Photography Video Chromakey 10x12 Ft Green White Black Muslin Backdrop Support Kit & Softbox Hair light Boom Stand Kit by ePhotoInc H9004SB-1012BWG
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- Ideal for portraits, studio, photography and video
- Soften lighting with soft box
- Easy to control your lights with ON/OFF switch.
- Set up in minutes to offer you a professional result.
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This studio portrait video lighting Kit is easy to use and setup. These lights work great with digital DSLR cameras. It is ideal for all level photographers. It is a complete continuous lighting system, background support stands and muslin backdrops for your to set up your studio. You could use them in the studio photography or videography as well as on location projects. This lighting kit is the most affordable kit on the market today. IT is compatible with any camera on the market today like Nikon, Canon, Sony, Olympus and more.
This Lighting Kit Includes
1 x Background stand 8ft height 10ft wide 4 sections
2 x 16x24" soft boxes for 4-socket
2 x 4-socket lamp
8 x 45W bulb 5500K
2 x 7ft light stand
1 x 6.5ft boom stand
1 x 16" EZ softbox
1 x 105W bulb 5500K
1 x crossbar, sandbag
1 x 10x12' white backdrop
1 x 10x12' black backdrop
1 x 10x12' green backdrop
1 x Carrying Case
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Light is bright and consistent, good intensity and balance. All of the stands are of good (not excellent) quality and sturdy enough for the job. Backdrops are great, wrinkled but whatever, there's ways around that.
All in all I would highly recommend this for the amateur professional on a budget, just keep your expectations in line with the cost of this setup versus other much more expensive setups.
Align you expectations:
-Setup and take down (after the first time) is easy except for the light boxes themselves, I just leave them assembled when transporting. Figure out what you can leave partially assembled before you go on an assignment.
-The bag they give you is very handy, straps don't seem super strong, but it keeps everything together.
-Invest in sandbags for every stand if you are thinking of shooting outdoors, the boom stand obviously need weight regardless of location, I don't really care for the bag they provided so I used a grocery bag with a rock in it because I'm high class.
-Leave time to iron the backdrops (or use clip to pull tight) if they are going to show. I have just used the black so far, and I spaced my interviewees so the lighting just showed pure black, so wrinkles didn't matter.
-I did get one broken light bulb which is annoying more than anything. New ones cost in the neighborhood of $30 at places like Calumet.
-Boom stand: this is the one challenging part of the whole bit for me. The articulating joint that holds the boom arm came with a broken handle and the second handle on it broke immediately on first use. The unit is still perfectly functional, I just have to keep track of these 2 handles and use them more like wrenches now. Again, still works, just annoying.
The instructions were horrible and left out most of the steps especially the light boxes.
The backdrop is nothing more than a very thin sheet that wrinkles very easily. The stands are fine to me but definitely are meant to be permanent not transported.
Definitely need three more lights. Two to light the back drop and one to light you up from the center. I would buy the back drop separately and get a 5 or 6 light kit instead of three or something that has 6 or 8 lights or different types of lights in the light boxes.
If you are wondering like I did, if the $ $178 light kits that look the same are comparable, I am pretty they are the same. I thought these would be better because they cost more but I doubt it.
The whole set up is very light. The lights will get knocked down because of this. The muslin is really lightweight as well. I was thinking of buying a canvas to hang but it would probably be too heavy for the polls that came with. Others have said that the instructions aren't clear. This is true if you need step by step instructions. We have some engineers in our family so it was an easy set up for us. Overall, I would recommend this if your looking to just play around, especially if you've got kids. Studio portraits are $$$. With this set up, you can take your kids pictures monthly, provided you have a proper camera and know how to edit. So many apps can do that too.
Hope that helps.
The tall soft box with the arm was not that easy to set up. I had a hard time figuring out how the gearing worked that allowed the arm to lower and raise.
Once they were set up they worked just as they should have. If you want to see these in action in real life you can go to the Google owned video sharing website and look up video hlVzPJmekXQ . There you will see me, a dark skinned female, standing in the shade on a balcony showcasing flower arrangements. I am using a logitech web camera that was $70.00 here on Amazon. The only reason you can see my features is because I have these soft boxes around me. The only reason you can see the flowers well is because I have the soft box above me. To see my soft box set up and how I used larger bulbs that I purchased here on Amazon.com, you can look up the video DloCd1esVh0 on that same Google owned video sharing site.
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I found on of the soft box it dosent match with the lights