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Bella Bleu
Posts: 247
Marietta, Georgia, US


I'm assuming the other thread got locked because it was "make offer", my apologies.

Shipping NOT included, would be actual shipping cost.  Will text photos if requested, just message me



UPDATED EQUIPMENT LIST:

ALL IS IN AS NEW CONDITION - NO SCRATCHES OR MARKS AT ALL



Dyna Lite 1000xr Power Box and all Cords, has sync capability - Retails for $500, Used Price $395, My Price $300.00
Dyna Lite 4040 Bare Bulb Heads (4) - (with cap and reflector)  $275 Each
Metal Caps for Heads (4)
7 Inch Reflectors White (4)
Grids for Reflectors (2)
Beauty Dishes with Sock - 18 Inch  -  $75 Each
Dynalite irt-1 2 Channel Transmitter - $50
Talon Wheeled Stands (4) - $55 Each
Chimera Softbox in Carry Case - Size M (1) + rotating speedring $225
Bogen Manfrotto Italy Video Head for Tripod 3051
Bogen Manfrotto Italy Video Tripod extreme heavy duty 3047 - $70 for 3051/3047 SET
Bogen Italy heavy duty wheeled dolly 181 - $50
White/Blue 20 foot Muslin - $45
American Flag 20 Foot for Photo Backdrop (Not Muslin, it feels like a real flag with grommets on the top for hanging, very heavy)  $100
Apr 23 13 10:30 am  Link  Quote 
Photographer
Innovative Imagery
Posts: 2,815
Los Angeles, California, US


Is this your equipment and regularly used, or something that has been sitting around in storage for a while?
Apr 26 13 06:21 pm  Link  Quote 
Photographer
Bella Bleu
Posts: 247
Marietta, Georgia, US


Not regularly used, I believe they have only been used twice, I bought them from an older gentleman who thought he wanted to be a photographer.  It was all set up when I bought it and everything works great.  It is pristine, looks brand new, and all works.  The Chimera is in it's original carry case folded down, it has a rotating speedring with it, those are about $75 retail  As far as stored, it is all in my studio, wrapped in padding so that the metal covers don't get scratched.  I use the light stands.  They are the kind with the "wagon wheel" screw on caster holder as opposed to the stands where the wheels fold up.
May 16 13 12:21 pm  Link  Quote 
Photographer
maker-creator
Posts: 116
San Jose, California, US


Do you have any photos of the flag?
May 16 13 02:25 pm  Link  Quote 
Photographer
Bella Bleu
Posts: 247
Marietta, Georgia, US


I don't, but I will try and get one for you tomorrow.  The thing is, after I looked at it, I can't tell if it's a backdrop or if it's an actual flag.  It's beautiful, and it's HUGE which is part of the reason I haven't taken a photo, I would have to get the twenty foot background stand out and I'm not even sure that's big enough!

I will do my best for you.  It has heavy duty grommets for hainging, and no rips, tears, or fraying.
May 17 13 06:37 pm  Link  Quote 
Photographer
maker-creator
Posts: 116
San Jose, California, US


Don't worry about setting it up, I'm more interested in how the fabric looks.  I mean, I know what a flag looks like, just wondering if there's a sheen to it or how it would like on film.  Does that make sense?
May 19 13 01:23 am  Link  Quote 
Photographer
Stephen Sherman
Posts: 31
Boston, Massachusetts, US


Jun 17 13 08:28 am  Link  Quote 
Photographer
Jsnapz
Posts: 3
Las Vegas, Nevada, US


More on the backdrops please   still look new   worn out   rips   anything else
Jun 25 13 02:44 pm  Link  Quote 
Photographer
Jsnapz
Posts: 3
Las Vegas, Nevada, US


How much for both backdrops  shipped
Jun 28 13 09:17 am  Link  Quote 
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