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Flash de estudio Head HP 300W con 75W de iluminación de la lámpara de modelado Unidad

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Peso del producto1,7 Kg
Dimensiones del producto25 x 18 x 13 cm
Número de modelo del producto10000200
Número de producto10000200
Pilas / baterías incluidasNo
Incluye batería recargableNo
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Clasificación en los más vendidos de Amazon nº639.078 en Electrónica (Ver los 100 más vendidos)
Restricciones de envíoEste producto se puede enviar a España y a otros países seleccionados.
Producto en desde1 de abril de 2012

Descripción del producto

Fotografía Profesional Estudio de Stepless Strobe / luz de flash - 300 vatios!

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Sincroniza bien con la cámara (Canon 700D), potencia suficiente, mejor si se pudiera rebajar a 1/16, el maldito zumbador de carga insufriblemente molesto pero que se puede inutilizar abriendo el aparato y extirpándolo como un dentista a una muela cariada. La luz de modelaje inútil. Pero, hace su función, ilumina la escena sincronizado con el disparo y era eso lo que necesitaba.
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La atención al error que cometi a la hora de pedir este artículo muy buen tanto de Amazon como de su servidor.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Solid compact flash 29 de septiembre de 2011
Por Honest Shopper - Publicado en
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I have to say this light was more than I was expecting for the money. I have shot many years as a professional doing both commercial and portrait photography and was suprised at the performance of this light for the money. While I do not shoot for a living anymore I wanted lights that were portable and could be used for portraiture. At 300 watt seconds it is more than enough power for portraiture even with softboxes. What surprised me the most about this light when I first saw it was its small size - about the size of a one pund coffee can but a little longer. It is smaller than it looks in the pictures due to the fact that the buttons are small, but very usable. How much light does it put out, well with ISO 200 I had a good exposure at f11 @ 16ft using it direct with its built in reflector, this calculates to a guide number of 88 for ISO 100 in feet. The light was even and covered the field of view for a 28mm equivalent lens. It has continuous modeling and flash output from 1/4 to full power, yes 1/4 power not 1/8th, the specs published are wrong - it only has a 2stop range which is a little disappointing, if it really had 1/8th power it would be a 3 stop range. I checked this several times and it always came out to an exact two stop range from min to max on the power dial. The modeling lamp can either be on or off but when they are on they ratio with the flash, so at 1/4 power you can not turn the lamp on full. The Slave works very well and is very sensitive. It has settings for on, off, and trigger on second flash for triggering from cameras that have a pre-flash for red eye reduction. When going from high to low power you have to manualy trigger the flash once to dump the capacitors charge so it can cycle to the lower power setting. The beep is always on as is the modeling lamps turning off while cycling. While many people have complained about the beep not being switchable, I find the modeling lamps turning off to indicate charging to be a more annoying feature that is non switchable. The modeling lamp is replacable, and the reflector is permanently fixed in place. I did not try to remove the flash tube to see if it is replacable, but at this price you probably are better off replacing the whole unit should it ever die. The flash tube does not appear to be UV coated but if you need it, you could always buy Roscolux UV gels and place them a short distance out past the 3.75inch outside diameter reflector. A nice feature is the very long remvable power cord. The adjustable mount is plastic mounted to a metal housing. All in all this is a nice compact flash with good buid quality and basic features
4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Great for the price. 24 de julio de 2016
Por Adrienne Andersen - Publicado en
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My husband bought me this light to replace my other strobe I damaged during a shoot. For the price this is a handy little light. I had a the 250watt one by the same company for a number of years and it worked well for my needs. I work in a small space, so this light between half power and quarter power works great for me. It does get hot after continuous use, so I turn it off in between looks, like while the model is changing. Overall I am satisfied with this light and other than recycle time, I have no complaints. (with regards to recycle time, I shoot models so I have no need to take super fast pics.). I attached two pics from my most recent shoot using only this light and a shoot through umbrella. No other lighting equipment was used. I even used the synch cord that came with the light, connected to my camera by a hot shoe. Definitely good for amatuers to semi-professional photogs.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas 4 years, 80 Shoots...Still going strong!!! 12 de agosto de 2016
Por Hoodlum Photography - Publicado en
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I am a full time portrait photographer, I bought 4 of these 4 years ago and have had at least 100+ photo shoots across the nation without a single problem. I mean, for the price...even of they break, I'll just replace them. I am not sure why others have had bad luck? I have even bought backup light bulbs but haven't needed to replace them yet. I travel nationally to shoots every weekend and these lights have never failed me. For the price, NO BRAINER!
4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas What i did like about it was the LED step lights for the ... 12 de mayo de 2015
Por E. Ball - Publicado en
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I bounced back and forth between this one and the C-300 SDI. I ended up with this one because of the actual rocker switches for everything. The 300SDI has the touch type push buttons and mostly flat back. What i did like about it was the LED step lights for the power wheel. But the rocker switches for me tipped it back to this one and I got this one. I suppose once you get used to the lights power you will not even look at it anyway so for me this was better. As a beginner light this will get you going. It has nice power, the modeling lamp is good to get things setup, the switches make a nice click which i like, Overall i think it works quite well for the price.

I would prefer a slightly heavier plastic where it connects the stand, it's not horrible but metal would be nicer. I would also like the tile knob and connection to be tighter. This has a little play in it even when tightened down. I don't think it will move more really you just have to adjust a tad higher because of it.
3.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas These are fine for the beginner looking to try out studio lighting ... 23 de agosto de 2016
Por Tobor - Publicado en
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These are fine for the beginner looking to try out studio lighting but you get what you pay for. They do work fine but in the long run I had the front fall off. I've tried chalking it back on but the caulk melted. I tried duck taping it back on but the tape got hot and came undone. Another issue is the way things attach to this light. I have an Alien B400 that is far superior and has a metal clamping system to old softboxes. These just rely on the soft box being pushed on to the front.