Smith-Victor Adapta-Light A10UL 250 Watt Tungsten Flood Light with 10" Reflector

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About Smith-Victor A10UL

Smith-Victor Adapta-Lights have been a mainstay for photographers for decades. Now they're gaining a new popularity, as the next generation of photographers realizes you don't need expensive, high-tech lighting to create great lighting effects. The A10UL Adapta-Lights feature 660-watt medium screw-base phenolic sockets, 10ft. 2-wire cords, 5/8-inch mounts and new UM-6 umbrella mounts. The reflectors now have an umbrella punch-out, and are hand-spun and chemically etched to maximize light output. The exteriors have a photographic black, baked-on enamel finish. The insulated handles allow for heat-free adjustment while in use. Lamps sold separately.

Smith-Victor A10UL Features

  • Rating Max 250 watts
  • Socket (Lampholder) Phenolic socket
  • Reflector (Mirror) Chemically etched aluminum
  • Mounting 5/8" Stand mount

Smith-Victor A10UL Specifications

Max. Wattage
250w
Socket/Model Lamp
phenolic sockets
Reflector
chem. Etched aluminum
Mount
universal 5/8" stand
Cable
10' 2 wire

Smith-Victor A10UL Reviews

Reviewed by 2 customers

 
4.0

Great Value

By

from Lafayette, CO  -  Semi-pro Photographer

I didn't even know these lights existed until recently. For the money they are great. Nice warm 3200K light easily neutraled out as the bulbs are consistent. Not as bright as more expensive lights but very useful.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
1.0

bad design

By

from New Jersey  -  Casual Photographer

12 inch is great 10 inch will not support clamp supplied

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Shara M  I take it the stands are sold separately? If so, which one is good to purchase also?
STEVE G  They are sold separately. It depends on how hard and often you use them. I don't use them everyday and they don't get a lot of abuse, so I buy the cheapest ones that are tall enough. Studio shooters that are busy all day ought to buy the best they can afford. By the way, these SV lights won't take a lot of abuse either. The socket is plastic. The screw tight nuts can strip. When they are set up, use gloves and adjust them from the metal hood, not the handle or they can break.
KARL Z  Is the SV logo on the reflector a sticker, or is it silk-screened/painted on?
STEVE G  Mine are stickers.
KARL Z  Thank you. Was thinking about using these as pendant lights in my office, but would want the logo silk-screened for that purpose.
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