The Flashpoint DG600 300w/s monolight is an Adorama exclusive from its in-house Flashpoint brand. Priced at $199.95, the light resides in the budget lighting category; however, it has one key feature that really sets it apart from other budget monolights – an LED modeling lamp. [click to continue…]
Westcott has unveiled its latest holiday promotion – a lighting accessory kit, which includes six different light modifiers and two 10′ x 10′ backgrounds. You get the full set for $299.90 during the holiday promotion.
Note that the B&H product page currently says a “150Ws” strobe in the description, but it has the correct model number to the Holiday Gear Set (653H). I’m shooting them an email for clarification, but they’ve also got it price $20 less than Amazon and Adorama.
UPDATE: I just confirmed with B&H that the description was incorrect on their site and they are updating it to show that it does include (3) 300Ws strobes.
The Vagabond Mini Lithium looks downright tasty for those who use AC monolights on a regular basis. This new AC converter uses a lithium battery to power your monolights for several hundred shots in the field.
While the Vagabond Mini Lithium was designed with Alienbees monolights in mind, it is also compatible with third party monolights. There are plenty of other tech specs to read up on, but the best news of all is the price.
The Vagabond Mini Lithium is set to ship with a battery, charger, shoulder strap and light stand mounting clamp for $239.95. Additional batteries will cost $89.95.