Dynalite 2000 W/S UV Flashtube with Frosted Dome

Dynalite 2000 W/S UV Flashtube with Frosted Dome

Dynalite 2000 W/S UV Flashtube with Frosted Dome

B&H # DYFT4040 MFR # 4003
Dynalite 2000 W/S UV Flashtube with Frosted Dome

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This is a Dynalite #4003 UV Coated Flashtube with frosted dome. Most current, professional flash heads and monolights are equipped with user replaceable flashtubes that may simply be plugged into, and unplugged from their sockets. With proper handling, these flashtubes may last for tens of thousands of flashes under normal use.

The glass dome provides protection from accidental contact with fingers and equipment. The diffusion slightly softens the light output from the flashtube.

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Dynalite 2000 W/S UV Flashtube with Frosted Dome
  • 2 Year Manufacturer's Warranty
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    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 0.75 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 5.669 x 5.354 x 5.354"
    2000 W/S UV Flashtube with Frosted Dome is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 2.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good stuff I'm a glamour photographer. This flash tube is very durable and has lasted tens of thousands of flashes. I have used it on every shoot in a soft box as the dome dispurses the light better than the standard reflector tube. Replaceing the tube is as easy as unpluging the spent tube and pluging in the new. The color quality is consistent in every shot unless of course you're shooting so fast the power packs don't fully recycle
    Date published: 2012-11-02
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Solid product It does it's job. I'm only having to replace the tube because an assistant dropped the strobe after a shoot. Though I'm sure it happens, I've never heard of one of these tubes going out on their own.
    Date published: 2014-08-04
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