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Impact Octacool-9 Fluorescent Light with Octabox (9 Lamps)

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Impact Octacool-9 Fluorescent Light with Octabox (9 Lamps)

This is a used item Condition: 9+
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Used Cat.# 1134295 Mfr # OCTACOOL-9
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You Pay: $199.95
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Product Highlights
  • 9x 28W Lamps
  • Ideal for Portraiture, Events
  • For Still Photo or Video
  • Daylight Balance: 5000 - 5500K
  • 5/8" Stand Mount
  • 12,600 Lumens @ 3.3 Feet
  • Quick Setup, Removable Baffle, Face
  • 5 On/Off Switches Control 1-9 Lamps
  • Low Power Draw, Removable Reflector

The Impact Octacool-9 Fluorescent Light with Octabox (9 Lamps) is a great choice for the photographer or videographer seeking a broad, flattering light source with unique fall-off characteristics for portraiture, fashion or events.

Octagonal-shaped light sources have long had a reputation as the preferred portrait-shooter's light source. The shape offers an especially large surface area which produces that legendary "wrap-around" light, which envelopes the subject while creating natural-looking catchlights in the eyes.

Each daylight-balanced 28W lamp outputs 1,400 lumens of light measured at 3.3 feet for a 9-lamp total of 12,600 lumens. Five switches on the rear of the fixture allow individual control of the lamps allowing 1 - 9 of them to be switched on or off, varying the output in 1,400 lumen increments. The head's standard 5/8" receiver mounts to a huge variety of light stands and gripware with 5/8" studs.

The included Octabox has a removable inner baffle and front face allowing even greater flexibility from hard to ultra-soft light. The light head also comes with a removable aluminum reflector for a bright, contrasty lighting option.

Includes a 29.5˝ Octabox that provides a soft, uniform, diffused light
Noiseless operation allows clear audio for video productions
Cool output allows heat-sensitive subjects to be safely photographed up close
28W screw-in fluorescent lamps with a life expectancy of 6,000 - 8,000 hours
Rear switches allow you to select to have only one bulb on, all bulbs on, or any number of bulbs in between
Input Voltage 110 - 120V AC; 60Hz; 3.5A draw
Lamps 27 - 32W screw-in (E-26) fluorescent
Output 12,600 total (9 lamps) lumens @ 3.3' (1 m)
Ballast In lamps
Mounting 5/8˝ standard stud
Dimensions Light head: 9˝ (29 cm) diameter
Octabox: 29.5" (75 cm) diameter
Weight Kit: 12.5 lbs (5.6 kg)

Light Stands & Accessories

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Impact -  Air-cushioned Light Stand (Black, 8')
  • You Pay: $32.95
 

Lamps /Tubes /Flashtubes

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Impact -  Spiral Fluorescent Lamp (32W/120V)
  • You Pay: $11.50
 

Color Correction & Light Balancing

Pro Gel -  Vivid Colors Filter Pack 12 x 12" (30.5 x 30.5 cm)
  • You Pay: $22.95
 

Misc Accessories and Adapters

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Impact -  2 Section Articulated Arm without Camera Bracket
  • You Pay: $27.95
 

Reflectors

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Impact -  5-in-1 Collapsible Circular Reflector Disc - 22"
  • Price: $24.95
  • Instant Savings: 26%
  • Offer ends DEC 31 '14
  • You Pay: $18.46
 

Cases & Coverings

Interfit -  All in One Roller Kit Bag
  • You Pay: $99.99
 

This bag is for the light only, a seperate bag is needed to store the light stand included in this kit.

Lightware -  C6150 Stand Sack
  • You Pay: $73.96
Usually ships in 7-10 business days i Estimated arrival at B&H is 7-10 business days. An authorization for this product will be processed upon placing the order. You will be charged for this item at the time of Shipment.
 

Grip & Gaffer Gear

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ProTapes -  Gaffer's Kit
  • You Pay: $57.06
 

Tutorials

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Amherst Media -  Book: Beginner's Guide to Photographic Lighting
  • You Pay: $30.34
 
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