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Flashpoint 620M 3 Monolight Kit with Stands, Umbrella,Softbox & Case

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About Flashpoint 620M 1 Head Outfit

Save $107.56 when you buy this Flashpoint 620M 1 Head Outfit. This Value Bundle comes with a Flashpoint 620M, Glow 3 Professional Soft Box 24"x 36", Speed Ring for all Flashpoint Model Monolights. and a Flashpoint 7.2' Air Cushioned Stand and Shipping is free!

• One of the most popular set configurations are the one-head kits. These appeal to photographers buying studio lighting for the first time as well as photographers looking for exceptional value for the money. A typical one-head kit will include a monolight flash unit with a light stand. To control the light, includedare umbrellas. In our experience, this creates a very easy-to-use and effective one-light setup. The umbrella is perfect for portraiture and many still-life applications.
Cannot be powered with battery.

The Flashpoint 620M 1 Head Outfit is commonly used for Indoors, Low light, Outdoor events / games and more.

Flashpoint 620M 1 Head Outfit Features

  • Adorama Valuable Bundle. Kit Includes.
  • Flashpoint 620M Monolight, Power Cord, Sync Cord, Flashtube Transport Cover, Case, Flashpoint 1 Year USA Warranty.
  • Flashpoint 7.2' Air Cushioned Havy Duty LightStand, Padded Case with Strap, Reversible Stud, Flashpoint 1 Year USA Warranty.
  • Slinger BigBag Lighting Bag.
  • Glow 40" White Umbrella with Removable Silver/Black Layer, Carry Case.
  • Glow 3 Professional Soft Box 24"x 36", Removable Inner Baffle, Front Diffusion Panel, Carry Bag, Rods (4).
  • Speed Ring for all Flashpoint Model Monolights.

Flashpoint 620M 1 Head Outfit Specifications

Power (Watt Seconds)
300
Guide Number
192
Flash Duration
1/600 to 1/1000 sec
Power Control
Stepless Control from Full Power to 1/32 Power
Recycling Time
1 to 4-1/2 Seconds
Fan Cooled
Yes
Modeling Lamp
150 Watt
Modeling Bulb Base
E27 - E26
Voltage
110 volt mains, 6 volt sync.
Built-In Slave
Yes
User replaceable flashtube
Yes
Dimensions
14" x 5.6" x 7.5"
Weight
4-1/2 Lbs
Special Features
Modeling Lamp Proportional Output is the same as the Flashtube Output (on/off) . Audible Signal when Fully Recycled.
Notes
8' silver stand that folds down to 27 ½"

Case with wheels 29"X11"X14"

Umbrellas 33" white umbrella with black removable backing.
Fuse
Replaceable
Color Tempatute
5800° K
Synch Voltage
6 volts
Mfr #
FP620MKIT
SKU
FP620AK

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4.4

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Steller Strobe

I needed a strobe for some portrait work after deciding my continuous lights were not giving me the flexibility that I wanted. After about a month of research, I decided to give the Flashpoint a try. For the price, I figured I wouldn’t be out much; and I could always use it as a second. Wow, am I impressed! This is a fantastic strobe, and lightweight to boot. Although the recycle time at full power is a bit slow if you want to snap off two or more shots a second, it’s fast enough for...

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I needed a strobe for some portrait work after deciding my continuous lights were not giving me the flexibility that I wanted. After about a month of research, I decided to give the Flashpoint a try. For the price, I figured I wouldn’t be out much; and I could always use it as a second. Wow, am I impressed! This is a fantastic strobe, and lightweight to boot. Although the recycle time at full power is a bit slow if you want to snap off two or more shots a second, it’s fast enough for normal use. The sensor works perfect if I use my flash as a master, and no problems with the sync cord attached. The stand is a bit flimsy when fully extended so I will probably up grade that. My only complaint is that the reflector dome did not line up correctly for the umbrella to be mounted. After fooling with it for a while, I simply disassembled the ring from the dome and reassembled it correctly. Thankfully it’s aluminum so it was very easy to do. Other than that, you simply cannot go wrong with this light. When and if I decide to add a second strobe, you can bet I will be thinking Flashpoint.

Reviewed by 5 customers

 
4.0

Perfect for first time setup!

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Have a D90 and lights work great! Easy to use also. Had to order PC sync adapter for my flash shoe. Ordered Flashpoint trigger and it works great too (wireless- no sync cords). Just beginning studio set-up.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Great lights for the money

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Solidly built, powerful lights. Looked at other sets but these seemed to be the best value at this price point. Using for large group shots indoors, very pleased with the amount of light these produce. Very nice set, would recommend.

(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Excellent Price, Excellent Value

By

Great for general all around use. Easy to set up and with the handy carrying case everything is right there.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Great Unit

By

The Flashpoint 620a monolights are fantastic!

(13 of 13 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Steller Strobe

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I needed a strobe for some portrait work after deciding my continuous lights were not giving me the flexibility that I wanted. After about a month of research, I decided to give the Flashpoint a try. For the price, I figured I wouldn’t be out much; and I could always use it as a second. Wow, am I impressed! This is a fantastic strobe, and lightweight to boot. Although the recycle time at full power is a bit slow if you want to snap off two or more shots a second, it’s fast enough for normal use. The sensor works perfect if I use my flash as a master, and no problems with the sync cord attached. The stand is a bit flimsy when fully extended so I will probably up grade that. My only complaint is that the reflector dome did not line up correctly for the umbrella to be mounted. After fooling with it for a while, I simply disassembled the ring from the dome and reassembled it correctly. Thankfully it’s aluminum so it was very easy to do. Other than that, you simply cannot go wrong with this light. When and if I decide to add a second strobe, you can bet I will be thinking Flashpoint.

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Dave F  I have a Nikon D70S. What is recommended for firing the Monolights?
AARON J  I've tried two methods. First, I bought the AC radio slave (item FPRRS on Adorama), which seemed to work well for a while. After a few months the receiver didn't seem to be receiving anymore, and then I just used a long PC sync cable that I already had. Just a few months ago I bought another radio slave (FPRRS8 on Adorama) because I needed to take some longer range shots. So far this unit has worked well, except that after a few uses and cycles of plugging it in and out of the light, the ring that holds the plug to the plastic body broke. It still works, but now the only thing holding it together is the actual wiring. Lastly, it does have an optical slave, so that if one flash goes off, this one will too. I don't know if that will mess with your lighting or not, and I haven't ever used that function in a shoot, but I've practiced with it and I know that it works. Honestly I'm pretty disappointed in the Flashpoint radio transmitters, but I'm not sure if another brand will work with this light. I'm a big fan of the light, never had any problems with it, but making it fire is causing me issues.
Shopper  Why Did You Choose This?
DAVID P  The price met my needs and I had read some very good reviews on Flashpoint monolights.
Dave F  I have a Nikon D70S. What is recommended for firing the Monolights?
AARON J  I've tried two methods. First, I bought the AC radio slave (item FPRRS on Adorama), which seemed to work well for a while. After a few months the receiver didn't seem to be receiving anymore, and then I just used a long PC sync cable that I already had. Just a few months ago I bought another radio slave (FPRRS8 on Adorama) because I needed to take some longer range shots. So far this unit has worked well, except that after a few uses and cycles of plugging it in and out of the light, the ring that holds the plug to the plastic body broke. It still works, but now the only thing holding it together is the actual wiring. Lastly, it does have an optical slave, so that if one flash goes off, this one will too. I don't know if that will mess with your lighting or not, and I haven't ever used that function in a shoot, but I've practiced with it and I know that it works. Honestly I'm pretty disappointed in the Flashpoint radio transmitters, but I'm not sure if another brand will work with this light. I'm a big fan of the light, never had any problems with it, but making it fire is causing me issues.
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