This is an Impact Tungsten Two-Floodlight Kit with 6' Stands built around the Impact reflector units with high-heat ceramic socket. Each light's wooden control handle stays cool, and has a cord with in-line switch. The kit includes two 6' light stands.
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.
The Eiko ECT Lamp (500W/120V) is a white interior-frosted bulb with an E26 (Edison) base and a color temperature of 3,200K. This photoflood is commonly used in photo, video or theatrical fixtures.
Replacement Reflector for the Impact 12" Floodlight.
Made of heavy-grade aluminum, are hand-spun and chemically etched to maximize the light output. Black painted exterior. The reflector mount size is 1 5/8".
Great for small to medium-size lights, the black anodized aluminum 6' Light Stand from Impact is a lightweight (1.8 lb) support that can handle gear weighing up to 4 lb and folds down to just 26.3" to easily fit in a small bag. The stand has a minimum working height of 26.3" and a stable footprint of 30". The 3-section stand has an industry-standard 5/8" top stud with 1/4"-20 threads for additional mounting options.
- Light and compact design: The two telescoping risers extend to a full height of 6' and fold down to 26.3" for easy transport and storage
- Integrated 5/8" spigot: Compatible with lights, flash units, and other photo and video accessories with a 5/8" receiver
- Matte black finish: Prevents unwanted glare from reflected light