Smith-Victor KF3U 3 Light, AC Slave / Master Flash, Thrifty Umbrella Flash Kit

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About Smith-Victor KF3U

Smith-Victor Monolight strobe kits offer impressive flash power with a wide range of control features all at affordable prices. This Smith-Victor kit comes equipped with our newly redesigned FlashLite 45i AC Slave/Master Flash, umbrellas and heavy-duty Raven aluminum light stands. The Smith-Victor FlashLite45i AC Slave/Master Flash provides 45 w/s.

Smith-Victor KF3U Features

  • Size: 13"W x 26"L x 13"D
  • Weight: 19 lbs.
  • Guide Number 90 ISO 100

Smith-Victor KF3U Reviews

Reviewed by 2 customers

 
4.0

Affordable, Lightweight and Effective

By

from Bozeman, MT  -  Semi-pro Photographer

This set-up is a great simple affordable light system. I use it for portraits, stills, and it is lightweight and easily moveable for offsite shooting.

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4.0

So so

By

from Sonora Mexico  -  Semi-pro Photographer

It's a very nice kit but it is really slow so it can drive you mad, about 10-12 secs to charge between shoots.

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Fernando D  If I would like to use it offsite, does anybody have any suggestion in case there is no AC outlet?
Andrew R  Unfortunately these lights are not designed for DC operation.
Fernando D  hi, do i need a transmitter and receiver (i mean a synchronizer) for my camera? or will the flashes are able to detect as in slave mode the flash light from my compact camera?
FATIMA A  Hello, it ok with you flash it will recoginze the light of the slaves,
Cristina W  Hello ^_^ Is this kit compatible with outdoor photography? Thank you!
SHAWN Q  The lights are 110v (vs battery power) so that would be the first problem using these outdoor. The second problem is that I don't think they would be bright enough for outdoor use unless ridiculously close to the subject. We use these indoors and often want for more light. this having been said, we use and like this kit. The only thing this kit lacks is a nice carrying case.
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