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Quantum Instruments QF30UV Flashtube, UV Coated - for Qflash T2 Head

B&H # QUQF30UV Mfr # QF30UV
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You Pay: $67.00

This is a replacement UV Coated flash tube for the Quantum T2 Flash head. Most current, professional flash heads and monolights are equipped with user replaceable flashtubes that may simply be plugged into, and unplugged from their sockets. With proper handling, these flashtubes may last for tens of thousands of flashes under normal use.

This flashtube is UV-Coated, or UV-Corrected. UV flashtubes have a yellow appearance, and they counteract the excess blue 5700° or higher output of non-UV coated flashtubes. UV Coating lowers the color temperature to 5500°, which is the color of noon daylight on a clear day.

Quantum Instruments QF30UV Flashtube, UV Coated - for Qflash T2 Head
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    Quantum InstrumentsQF30UV Flashtube
     
    4.7

    (based on 3 reviews)

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    of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

    Pros

    • Good power output (3)

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        5.0

        Good Service and fast delivery

        By Rafa

        from Florida, Orlando

        About Me Photo Enthusiast

        Verified Buyer

        Pros

        • Powerful

        Cons

          Best Uses

          • Night Time
          • Portraits
          • Special Events

          Comments about Quantum Instruments QF30UV Flashtube:

          I really recommend B&H to find everything the photographers need and with reliable .

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          5.0

          An Exact Replacement

          By Big Al

          from Houston, TX

          About Me Semi-pro Photographer

          Verified Buyer

          Pros

          • Powerful

          Cons

            Best Uses

            • General Use

            Comments about Quantum Instruments QF30UV Flashtube:

            All too often when a replacement part is ordered from a refrigerator water filter to electronic components, a cheap knock-off item is substituted. But this item is the real McCoy and is true quality.

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            4.0

            What you see is what you get

            By robarazzi.biz

            from Vancouver, Canada

            About Me Pro Photographer

            Verified Buyer

            Pros

            • Long-Lasting
            • Powerful

            Cons

            • Expensive

            Best Uses

            • General Use
            • Indoors
            • Low Light
            • Night Time
            • Outdoors
            • Special Events

            Comments about Quantum Instruments QF30UV Flashtube:

            UV coated version of Quantum's bulb ensures no surprises. B&H has it for the cheapest I could find, but still pricey. Consider packing in a separate case for travel to avoid breakage.

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