Adorama Filter Set for Budget Monolight Flash, Four Colored Plastic Filters.

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Four Colored Plastic Filters that fit onto the Budget Studio Flash. Red, Blue, Yellow and Green

Summary of Customer Reviews

(6)
Customers most agreed on the following attributes:
Pros:
Long-lasting (4),Durable (3),Good color value (3)
Best Uses:
Indoors (5),Low light (3)
Reviewer Profile:
Pro photographer (3)

Reviews about this item

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3.7

(based on 6 reviews)

67%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

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Most Liked Positive Review

 

Great Item, Great Price!

Use these filters for single flash behind subject, directly on backdrop.... Adds nice effects, well worth the money!!

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

slippery when down

I purchaed these to go along with the great budget monolights that i brought for my son's home studio unfortunately they won't stay on the head when the head is tilted down (most of the time) I will say they work well with the head tilted up but then you have to use an umbrella or bounce the light off of the ceiling so there is no way to control fall off. If the fit was secure, you could put them on after the barn doors and control fall off effectivly. Hopefully they will either make some tha...

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I purchaed these to go along with the great budget monolights that i brought for my son's home studio unfortunately they won't stay on the head when the head is tilted down (most of the time) I will say they work well with the head tilted up but then you have to use an umbrella or bounce the light off of the ceiling so there is no way to control fall off. If the fit was secure, you could put them on after the barn doors and control fall off effectivly. Hopefully they will either make some that fit tighter or some that clip into the barndoors.

Reviewed by 6 customers

 
5.0

Great Item, Great Price!

By

from Glen Allen, VA  -  Pro Photographer

Use these filters for single flash behind subject, directly on backdrop.... Adds nice effects, well worth the money!!

 
3.0

Filters

By

from New York  -  Photo Enthusiast

These were the wrong size filters for the light I purchased. I wish they would have caught this with my multiple order.

 
3.0

Nice but...

By

from Elgin, IL & Cali, Colombia  -  Semi-pro Photographer

Fits the strobe well and 4 good colors. But be careful and DO NOT USE THE MODELING LAMP. It melted a hole in my red filter in under 20 minutes of use.

 
5.0

Filters better loose!!

By

from Princeton, NJ  -  Pro Photographer

Loose fit? Absolutely and I have corrected the problem by applying a rim of tape to the inside face of the filter to my liking. Works great! For the price, I can bang around these filters and lights and not care to much about handling. On site locations I can leave them unattended without much concern. The filters give versatility to your shoots, easily changed. I recommend you not put them in your back pocket and forget about them. They dont do to well being squashed when sat on. lol

 
4.0

Love the coloring to my backdrops

By

from Howard City MI  -  Semi-pro Photographer

Love the diversity that it gives to my backdrops - can get different usages out of one backdrop!

(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
2.0

slippery when down

By

from Flotown NJ  -  Pro Photographer

I purchaed these to go along with the great budget monolights that i brought for my son's home studio unfortunately they won't stay on the head when the head is tilted down (most of the time) I will say they work well with the head tilted up but then you have to use an umbrella or bounce the light off of the ceiling so there is no way to control fall off. If the fit was secure, you could put them on after the barn doors and control fall off effectivly. Hopefully they will either make some that fit tighter or some that clip into the barndoors.

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ADOLFO Z  these are inexpensive and I would like to experiment by coloring backgrounds and maybe some main subjects such as close distance landscapes (yards and house)
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