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Lowel LC-44EX Rifa-Lite EX44 Softbox Light (120-230VAC/12VDC)

Lowel Rifa-Lite EX44 Softbox 250 Watt Light with Lamp (120-240VAC-12VDC)

Lowel Rifa-Lite EX44 Softbox 250 Watt Light with Lamp (120-240VAC-12VDC)

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Lowel Rifa-Lite EX44 Softbox 250 Watt Light with Lamp (120-240VAC-12VDC)

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Lowel LC-44EX Rifa-Lite EX44 Softbox Light (120-230VAC/12VDC) Sylvania / Osram GCA (250W/120V) Lamp Lowel Rifa-Lite EX44 Softbox 250 Watt Light with Lamp (120-240VAC-12VDC)

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  • Umbrella Style Softbox Light, 120V Bulb
  • 16x16" (41x41cm) Front Diffuser

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The Lowel Rifa-Lite 44 EX is a compact self-contained 16 x 16", 250 watt collapsible, tungsten/halogen softlight. It uses the unique umbrella-like Rifa design which allows set-up in 60 seconds or less. Bathe almost anything, from talking heads to table-top stills in luxurious soft light.

Its quick change power cord easily converts for use with professional battery belts, allowing it to work at 12/14 and 30V DC, in addition to 120 and 230V AC. It's the perfect complement to today's compact, light sensitive, digital cameras and filmstocks.

The EX series of Rifa Lites enables you to change out the fixture's socket, to make use of cooler running fluorescent bulbs. A 250 watt, 120 volt bulb is included with this fixture. Other bulbs are available separately.

  • Lowel LC-44EX Rifa-Lite EX44 Softbox Light (120-230VAC/12VDC)

    The Lowel Rifa-Lite EX44 is a compact self-contained 16 x 16", 250 watt collapsible, tungsten/halogen softlight. It uses the unique umbrella-like Rifa design which allows set-up in 60 seconds or less. Bathe almost anything, from talking heads to table-top stills in luxurious soft light.

    Its quick change power cord easily converts for use with professional battery belts, allowing it to work at 12/14 and 30VDC, in addition to 120 and 230VAC. It's the perfect complement to today's compact, light sensitive, digital cameras and filmstocks.

    Accessory eXchange lampheads allow use of daylight fluorescent lamps. Bulbs are available separately.

    Adaptable Lamp Fixture
    The Rifa EX accepts many different wattages and types of bulbs, when you purchase the appropriate socket adapter, available separately.
    Front Diffusion
    A woven glass fabric, heat-resistant 16 x 16" (41 x 41 cm) front diffuser provides sufficient illumination with soft shadows.
    Easy Access
    Easy access pockets on fabric shell allow clip-on gel attachment for correcting to daylight.
    UPC: 049383160338
  • Sylvania / Osram GCA (250W/120V) Lamp

    The Sylvania GCA (250W/120V) Lamp is a T3 shape display optic halogen bulb. The GCA has a G5.3 base and a 200 hour lamp life. This lamp is commonly used for studio, theater, TV & video.

    UPC: 046135544286
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  • Lowel LC-44EX Rifa-Lite EX44 Softbox Light (120-230VAC/12VDC)
    Rating 250 watts maximum, 120-230VAC/12VDC
    Socket (Lampholder) 2-Pin
    Lens (Condenser) Not Applicable
    Reflector (Mirror) Silver softbox interior
    Mounting Fits any standard 5/8" stand or stud
    Yoke Not Applicable
    Cable 4' Captive cable, 16' 120VAC cable, Grounded Edison Plug
    Focusing Not Applicable
    Weight 2.1 lbs (1 kg)
    Dimensions Collapsed length: 21" (53 cm)
    Diffused Front: 16 x 16" (41 x 41 cm)
    Packaging Info
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 16.0 x 6.0 x 6.0"
  • Sylvania / Osram GCA (250W/120V) Lamp
    Watts 250
    Volts 120
    Color Temperature 3200°K
    Average Life Hours 200
    Approx. Lumens 5700
    Base Type G5.3
    Shape T3
    Technology Display optic halogen
    Packaging Info
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 3.6 x 1.3 x 1.1"
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