Adorama 10" Reflector W/Ceramic Socket Kit E27 base

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Flashpoint 10" reflector with hardware to plug in AC. and to mount an umbrella. Flicker-free noiseless operation when using Flourescent bulbs Can take up to 125 watt compact flourescent or High watt tungsten. Can use flourescent lamps (Larger lamp stick out from the reflector)

Can be used with a soft box with the Chimera ring
Takes umbrellas

Summary of Customer Reviews

(8)
Customers most agreed on the following attributes:
Pros:
Durable (4),Attaches securely (3)
Best Uses:
General purpose (4),Indoors (4),Portraits (3)
Reviewer Profile:
Photo enthusiast (3)

Adorama Features

  • Ceramic Base .Withstands heat
  • Silver interior

Reviews about this item

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4.8

(based on 8 reviews)

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Most Liked Positive Review

 

Great Ligth Great Price

Nice lightweight and solid, with ceramic socket. I use this with a 800 watt hmi bulb and ballast, works great and inexpensive.

Reviewed by 8 customers

 
5.0

Quite a bargain for tabletop shooting.

By

from Los Angeles

There are lots of these things out there without reflectors. Can't help but think that the light from those is sharper than this which totally covers a 45w fluorescent with its reflector. Bounce into white umbrella is super soft.

 
5.0

Great and inexpensive for tabletop

By

from Los Angeles

Lots of these out there but without the reflector. This fully covers a 45w floured cent lamp. Bounce into a white umbrella is super soft.

 
4.0

Good value

By

from Greater Atlanta, GA  -  Photo Enthusiast

I use this product primarily to illuminate a light tent for photographing my wife's highly reflective pottery. It's easy to set up. Good value and seems quite durable.

 
5.0

Love this reflector

By

from Palisades Park, NJ  -  Pro Photographer

Light weight reflector very practical.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Great Ligth Great Price

By

from Phoenix, Az  -  Semi-pro Photographer

Nice lightweight and solid, with ceramic socket. I use this with a 800 watt hmi bulb and ballast, works great and inexpensive.

 
4.0

A Good Choice, but...

By

from Elkhart, IN  -  Photo Enthusiast

With one caveat, this is a good piece of gear. The stand mount is plastic, but seems rugged enough at least for casual use. I thought the reflector was deep enough, but its not. 55w and 65w EFLs stick out beyond the end of the reflector, so be aware.

 
5.0

Good Product

By

from New York  -  Pro Photographer

I got 30 of these guys to use them for green and white screen using fluorescent lighting. These where the cheapest and the best answer to my budget since I need it so many.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Just like it says.

By

from Greenbelt, MD  -  Photo Enthusiast

Just got two of these and tried them out. They assemble easily attach to a 5/8" baby pin, or a horizontal bar (not sure what size since I didn't try that, perhaps 3/8") and they work just fine. They do have a socket for attaching an umbrella and the umbrella shaft will clear an 85 watt compact fluorescent lamp or an AC strobe. The outlet is grounded and the switch is mid-cord where it can be easily reached even if the light it up high.

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Shopper  would this work OK for a hairlight or background light,when put on a stand? All I would need would be a 45 watt bulb for this?
DANIEL D  Yes, this would work fine for a hair light. You could vary the output of the light depending on the light bulb you installed.
Simon c  Does it come with the head for the stand?
DECLAN C  Yep, whay you see in the picture is what you get. It is plastic though but for what it is and for the price will do the job. I have many of these hanging in a grid permanently.
Shopper  Does the 85W CFL bulb protrude the 10' reflector? If it does, how much? Thanks, Michael
DENISE Y  I use a standard incandescent type A base 200W bulb that sits 1.5" below reflector rim. The distance from base of electrical socket to rim is ~6.5".. My bulb is 5" in length, puts out ~3400 lumens and works great for my use diffused through a white umbrella.. And the bulb cost $2. I'm guessing a 85WCFL would protrude a few inches.
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