Developed by photography educator Erin Manning, this single-light kit is a must-have for any budding photographer or home studio. Featuring the Strobelite Plus, an octabox, and a reflector, this kit is a fantastic way to learn the art of flash photography.
Erin Manning is a professional photographer, teacher and television personality. She helps people understand photography and technology by translating technical mumbo-jumbo into everyday words with a friendly teaching style.
The Strobelite’s powerful output can be adjusted from one-quarter to full power and everything inbetween. These adjustments are automatic, thanks to an auto-dump feature on our Plus version, which immediately reflects any output change. Modeling lamp previews are also automatically adjusted when power output has been increased or decreased, giving an accurate foresight into the intensity of the strobe.
Recycle times can greatly affect the images you capture. When strobe recycle times are lengthy, great shots are often missed. That is why the Strobelite Plus was designed with fast recycle times, regardless of the power output. With recycling times between 1 seconds at low power and 2.5 seconds at full power, you’ll capture all of the action in your shoot without concern. The Strobelite Plus is also designed with an optical cell that communicates with all other flashes in use, allowing for exact triggering and evenly illuminated photographs.
Constructed with an attached tilter bracket, this strobe unit can be quickly mounted and angled on virtually any light stands. This heavy-duty bracket also supports the weight of even the largest softboxes and modifiers, eliminating stress placed on the light head. Other items in the box include a 15 foot removable power cord, sync cord, reflector, protective cap, flash tube, and modeling lamp.
The included 32” modifier directs and controls light output. This octabox is constructed with a reflective silver interior, durable heat-resistant rods, and a 1-stop diffusion cloth. It mounts quickly into the speedring.