Impact LED Studio Kit

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Impact
Impact LED Studio Kit
Key Features
  • Two Porcelain Sockets for Edison Bulbs
  • In-Line Switch; Built-In Umbrella Mounts
  • Compatible with Screw-On Reflectors
  • Stay-Cool Handle & Light Stand Mount
Quickly create a beautiful soft color-accurate two-light setup by picking up this Impact LED Studio Kit from B&H. It features two simple porcelain sockets that will accept nearly any Edison base bulb up to 500W and have a stay-cool handle/stand mount that lets them easily fit onto the two included 8' air-cushioned light stands. These sockets are designed to accept umbrellas, such as the two 33" white translucent umbrellas bundled here, as well as optional screw-on reflectors, enabling users to take control over their lighting. To complete the setup, this kit features two 30W LED Studio Lamps that offer a high CRI of 90 for color accurate imaging and a daylight-balanced color temperature of 5500K. These bulbs will create a soft, flattering light and will save energy compared to tungsten offerings.
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LED Studio Kit Overview

  • 1Description
  • 2Impact Porcelain Socket with Adjustable Umbrella Mount (500W)
  • 3Impact Air-Cushioned Light Stand (Black, 8')
  • 4Savage LED Studio Lamp (30W, 120V)
  • 5Impact Umbrella - White Translucent (33")

Quickly create a beautiful soft color-accurate two-light setup by picking up this Impact LED Studio Kit from B&H. It features two simple porcelain sockets that will accept nearly any Edison base bulb up to 500W and have a stay-cool handle/stand mount that lets them easily fit onto the two included 8' air-cushioned light stands. These sockets are designed to accept umbrellas, such as the two 33" white translucent umbrellas bundled here, as well as optional screw-on reflectors, enabling users to take control over their lighting. To complete the setup, this kit features two 30W LED Studio Lamps that offer a high CRI of 90 for color accurate imaging and a daylight-balanced color temperature of 5500K. These bulbs will create a soft, flattering light and will save energy compared to tungsten offerings.

Impact Porcelain Socket with Adjustable Umbrella Mount (500W)

The Impact Porcelain Socket with Umbrella Mount (500W) is a cost-effective way to utilize a wide variety of E26 (Edison) based lamps for photo or video work. Options include simple household lamps as well as photoflood, quartz halogen bulbs, and LED bulbs. This highly versatile product has an adjustable metal mount with a 5/8" receiver for light stands and an 8mm umbrella receptacle. The Floodlight Socket tilts and locks in place at the desired angle by grasping the stay-cool wooden handle and releasing the locking knob. Lamps up to 500W won't melt the ceramic base which is impervious to heat. The socket also accepts screw-on reflectors of various sizes.

High-heat ceramic socket won't melt like plastic sockets
Supports 500W bulbs maximum
Wooden control handle stays cool
Accepts screw-on aluminum reflectors
10' 3-prong AC power cord with inline switch
Built-in adjustable umbrella mount
UPC: 847628013636

Impact Air-Cushioned Light Stand (Black, 8')

This aluminum Impact Air-Cushioned Light Stand rises to a height of 8' and folds down to 29.6". The stand has sure-twist section locks and 4 sections and will support up to 8 lb.

If you forget to tighten any section with your light mounted, the light slowly descends, thanks to the air-cushioned action. This useful feature saves equipment and fingers from harm during busy photo sessions.

Air Cushioned

Protects equipment from impact damage.

Compact Design

Will fit easily into most location cases.

Accepts Casters

  • Eases positioning of heavy lights.
  • Available as accessories.
  • UPC: 847628012349

    Savage LED Studio Lamp (30W, 120V)

    Often used in lighting kits, the 5500K daylight-balanced 30W, 120V Savage LED Studio Lamp is a fan-cooled, tri-band technology LED light source with an E26 Edison base and a high CRI of 90 for accurate color rendition. Like all LED sources of this type it runs cool and consumes very little current. The 30W LED lamp is the equivalent of a 250W tungsten flood lamp. Included with the lamp are an amber filter, a blue filter, and a wireless remote control.

    UPC: 731409053341

    Impact Umbrella - White Translucent (33")

    Umbrellas soften, broaden, and diminish the light output of any flash light source. Umbrellas with a white interior will soften and weaken light more than an umbrella with a silver lining. A white umbrella without a black backing may also be used as a makeshift softbox, although the use of the light will not be as efficient as with a lightbox.

    Choosing umbrella size is determined by the size of the subject, and the strength of the light supply being used. Choosing an umbrella surface is as subjective as choosing a paint and brush.

    This Impact 33" White Translucent Umbrella is suggested for use in head-and-shoulders portraits for one or two persons.

    UPC: 847628013278

    Impact Porcelain Socket with Adjustable Umbrella Mount (500W) Specs

    Light Fixture
    Bulb Type1 x E26/E27
    Max Bulb Wattage500 W
    FocusableNo
    Umbrella MountYes
    General
    AC Input Power120 VAC, 60 Hz
    Mounting5/8" Receiver (via Fixture)
    Cable Length10' / 3 m
    Inline SwitchYes
    Weight1 lb / 454 g
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight1.625 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH)8.05 x 5.85 x 4.15"

    Impact Air-Cushioned Light Stand (Black, 8') Specs

    Mounting
    Stand/Column Top Mount5/8" Stud with 1/4"-20 Male
    Features
    Accepts Second RiserNo
    WheelsOptional
    Air CushionedYes
    General
    Stand Type1 x General Purpose Stand
    Maximum Working Height96" / 243.8 cm
    Minimum Working Height34" / 86.3 cm
    Load Capacity8 lb / 3.6 kg
    Collapsed Height29.6" / 75.2 cm
    Footprint Diameter36" / 91.4 cm
    Leg ShapeRound: 20 mm
    FinishBlack
    Weight2.05 lb / 1 kg
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight2.5 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH)29.75 x 3.2 x 3.2"

    Savage LED Studio Lamp (30W, 120V) Specs

    General
    Base TypeE26
    Color Temperature5500K
    Color Accuracy StandardCRI 90
    Tungsten-Lamp Equivalent250 W
    DimmingNo
    Light Source Life Expectancy20,000 Hours
    AC Input Power120 VAC, 60 Hz
    Weight1 lb / 0.5 kg
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight1.035 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH)7.5 x 3.95 x 3.9"

    Impact Umbrella - White Translucent (33") Specs

    Size33.0" / 83.8 cm
    Interior ColorWhite (Translucent)
    Shaft Diameter8 mm
    Folded SizeL: 23.0" / L: 58.4 cm
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight0.5 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH)21.55 x 3.7 x 1.6"
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    Date published: 2021-06-15

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    I do photos of porcelain which is shinny..so will this floodlight work for this type of photography?
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    Date published: 2020-09-20

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    Is the normal household receptacle used as the power source for the lights?
    Asked by: Frank U.
    The sockets in this kit have a normal Edison type plug, which can be used in a standard home AC outlet.
    Answered by: Kirk R.
    Date published: 2018-08-28

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    Can a soft box attach to this?
    Asked by: Anonymous
    To use the Impact Porcelain socket with a standard soft box, you'll need:* softbox of choice (must support hot lights of 500w or higher)* a speed ring that is compatible for the soft box above, designed for the Lowel Tota-LightAlthough the type of speed ring mentioned above is designated for the Lowel Tota-Light, the 5/8 male baby pin that is on the ring is a standard mount (as per a light stand). Therefore, the ring will accept any small light fixture that can be mounted horizontally (like the Tota-Light.) Any light bank manufacturer's ring (Impact, Chimera, Photoflex, etc.) for the Lowel Tota-Light will have the standard 5/8 male baby pin on it.I own a Chimera 24 X 32 Video Pro Plus softbox, the respective Chimera speed ring, a Lowel-Tota-Light, and a few Impact sockets.I mounted my Impact Porcelain socket onto the speed ring to try it out, and it mounted just fine! Since it is a bare bulb, the resulting light fills the box very nicely. Open-face fixtures are the best source for any soft box light bank -- bare-bulb fixtures are even better! If you're need the most cost-effective soft box solution, try this:* Impact Luxbanx Duo light bank that supports hot lights of at least 500 watts; I recommend any extra small (XS), small (S), or medium (M) size soft box, strip box, or octo box.* Impact speed ring for the Lowel Tota-Light* Impact porcelain socket with a 500 watt photoflood bulb* optional: Impact Luxbanx soft box grid (choose the appropriate size for your soft box, and degree coverage that best suits your needs)* optional: instead of tungsten lighting, you could get any of the reasonably sized Impact Fluorescent bulb sockets; I use the single socket with a 4-way adapter -- and 4 105w CFL bulbs. If you want the best CRI, use the 26w Kino Flo True Match KF32 bulbs for 3200K tungsten or KF55 bulbs for 5500K daylight.* optional: Impact 1000 watt dimmer for tungsten incandescent lights. You can't use these with fluorescent lights.
    Answered by: Gem A.
    Date published: 2018-08-28

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