Smith-Victor A12UL, 12" Adapta-Light 500 Watt Tungsten Flood Light with Reflector

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About Smith-Victor A12UL

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 A12UL 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 A12UL Features

  • Rating Max 500 watts
  • Socket (Lampholder) Phenolic socket
  • Reflector (Mirror) Chemically etched aluminum
  • Mounting 5/8" Stand mount

Smith-Victor A12UL Specifications

Max. Wattage
Socket/Model Lamp
phenolic socket
12" chem. Etched aluminum
5/8" Stand mount
Focusing/Beam Control
60 deg.
Mfr #

Smith-Victor A12UL Reviews

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Great Tool!


from McAllen, Texas  -  Pro Photographer

Has been very helpful with my projects.


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Br Llewellyn K  Would I be able to use a 500 Watt GE phtoto Flood Tungsten color temp 3400K bulb with your Smith-Victor A12UL, 12" Adapta-Light 500 Watt Tungsten Flood Light with Reflector? thank you.
Dean F  Yes you can use 500 watt GE flood bulbs with these. That's what I use. Buy more than you need though. The inside of the bulb darkens with use and the light output will drop. It probably effects the color too but I've never taken the time to measure it.
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