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HIVE LIGHTING Hornet Nest 200-C Lantern Kit

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HIVE LIGHTING Hornet Nest 200-C Lantern Kit
Key Features
  • 1 x Hive Hornet 200-C LED Light
  • 1 x 20" Lantern
  • 1 x Four-Point Speedring
  • 1 x 15' Header Extension Cable
Designed to provide overhead lighting or to boost the ambient light level, the Wasp Hornet Nest 200-C Lantern Kit from Hive Lighting provides all the necessary components to achieve this. The kit includes the Hornet 200-C LED Light, a 20" lantern softbox with a speedring and a 15' header extension cable that makes it easy to attach the light's power supply held in the included mounting bracket. The bracket can then be mounted to a stand or pole with the provided Mafer Clamp. A 1/4"-20 with stud is included to allow you to mount the light and lantern to a grip head and boom.
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