Brookline, Massachusetts, US
http://shopping.yahoo.com/827630344-pbl … -lighting/
Looks as if it is a very inexpensive starter solution. I can get it from Amazon for less than $100.
Here is another one, looks perhaps a little more durable but also a bit more money.
http://m.bhphotovideo.com/mobile/detail … %28120V%29
All comments welcomed. Thank you.
Jan 07 13 11:57 pm Link
Washington, District of Columbia, US
850 tungsten equivalent Watts wouldn't be very powerful for portraits if both lights were operating at that draw. I have some hid lights for video that are pretty close (600w equivalent each) and with both unmodified I would have to be at ISO640 and 1/100 to stop down a little with a fast prime. I'd prefer a yongnuo stand and a reflector or a pair of the least expensive flea market lights I could find, for about the same budget.
Jan 08 13 05:34 am Link
Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
i would recommend against dealing with any company that flat out lies about how powerful their product is.
Jan 09 13 10:25 am Link