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This Impact Qualite 300 Two Light Kit is centered around the Impact Qualite 300 Focusing Flood Light. The QL300 provides 300 watts of even light. It has a cool-touch handle for aiming the fixture, and the beam ranges from 21-40°. Each QL300 comes with a 4 leaf barndoor set, safety glass and 300W bulb. Each fixture sets up quickly on the included Impact Air Cushioned Light Stands.
The 33" translucent umbrellas allow you to soften the light emitted from the fixtures, for better portraits, and more even lighting for still-life subjects.
2 x Impact Qualite 300 V-2012 Focusing Flood Light (300W/120V)
The Impact Qualite 300 V-2012 Focusing Flood Light provides 300W of 3,100K output which is focusable from 21-40° via its beam focus knob. The fixture has a cool-touch handle for safe adjustments while the included 4-way barndoor set accepts 5 5/8" filters, scrims and accessories. The Qualite 300 has a 12.5' power cable with an in-line switch and a grounded 3-prong US plug.
Four-Leaf Barndoor set is included
2 x 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.
Protects equipment from impact damage.
Will fit easily into most location cases.
Eases positioning of heavy lights.
Available as accessories.
2 x Impact White Translucent Umbrella (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.