Complete kits contain all the lighting products necessary to create stunning images at home or in the studio. Each kit comes with a 2-hour instructional DVD that walks you through how to operate your digital camera, step-by-step set up of your kit, lighting and posing, along with many tips and techniques to enhance your images.
The Strobelite offers 150-watt seconds of power in a compact self-contained unit allowing the ability to freeze action by using a single powerful flash of light. A quick-release plate and built-in umbrella mount allow for attachment of a wide range of accessories.
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.
“I work these strobes so hard. These puppies are durable and accurate. They have taken a beating with my constant travel schedule and they are still working like champs, years after I got them.”
Courtney Dailey, Top Pro Photographer
“This setup is perfect for the shooter just getting started and would be an ideal lighting kit for wedding and on-location family portraiture. It allowed me to shoot several hundred photographs with no misfires and no problems.”
Joe Farace, Shutterbug
“As a working pro, the most important qualities I look for in any equipment choice is predictability and dependability. I need to be able to trust the gear I make my living with. It must work every time and return consistent results. This is why I depend on Westcott gear. The Westcott Strobelite monolight is rock solid. It is lightweight, dependable, and consistent. The color temperature remains the same across the power settings and the output is always reliable. I can relax and concentrate on getting the shot rather than constantly worrying about the results from my lighting system.”
George DeLoache, George DeLoache Photography