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Angler Shadow Focus Spot 2-Light Kit

BH #ANSFS3002LK (B&H Kit)
Angler Shadow Focus Spot 2-Light Kit
Key Features
  • 2 x 300W Shadow Focus 300 Lights
  • 2 x Barndoors
  • 2 x Light Stands (8')
  • 2 x Softboxes (16 x 22), 2 x Speed Rings
The Angler Shadow Focus Spot 2 Light Kit was put together by B&H to give photographers and videographers a highly portable kit for interviews, ENG, products, or portraits. The kit contains 2 Shadow Focus Spot 300W lights, each with barndoors, a light stand, 16 x 22 Angler softbox, and a speed ring.
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Price $523.60
Instant Savings $234.00
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Can I rotate the screen to be landscape instead of portrait?
Asked by: Sherry
Yes on this configuration you can use Landscape
Answered by: Joseph
Date published: 2021-02-22

Thank you. What I'm trying to find out is if ...

Thank you. What I'm trying to find out is if there is a light modifier that is attachable to this light that will focus a round snoot type spotlight. And if so what is the model number of that modifer?
Asked by: Archie
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Answered by: Reuben
Date published: 2020-04-22

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Asked by: Bobby
Is this light compatible with a shoot and if so would please recommend one?
Answered by: Archie
Date published: 2020-04-15

What bulbs are needed?

What bulbs are needed?
Asked by: Michael
You can use these bulbs https://bhpho.to/2XHN8E9.
Answered by: Reuben
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Is this light compatible with a shoot? If so ...

Is this light compatible with a shoot? If so would you kindly recommend a shoot to work with it?
Asked by: Archie
I think the word your looking for is snoot, not shoot. No, there isn't a snoot available.
Answered by: Rob
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