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Neewer 60x60cm 700W Photography Softbox Kit - £31.89 + Free Shipping - Sold by Nashes Camspace fulfilled by Amazon

£31.89£39.9920%Amazon Deals
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Posted 4th Oct
Perfect kit for those budding phtographers out there, or perhaps youtubes newest star

In order to get the reduced price, be sure to use the code SBOX1019 at checkout


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  • The kit included:(2)24"X24"/60x60cm Softbox+(2)85W 5500K CFL Light Bulb+(2)88"/224cm Light Stand +(1)Carrying Bag
  • This professional kit is perfect for advertising products,photo-art,industrial,scientific and technical photography,photographic reproduction.
  • (2)24"X24"/60x60cm Softbox:Softbox diffuses the light and gives you perfect even lighting when you need for the best shots possible.With E27 socket,you can directly connect light bulbs,fluorescent lamps,or slave flash to offer the light.
  • (2)85W 5500K CFL Light Bulb:Low operating temperature so they don't get hot like the more common photo bulb choices.Provide bright enviroment for taking product photo.
  • (2)88"/224cm Light Stand:Constructed from aluminum alloy,giving them exceptional strength for heavy duty work.And use quick single action locks,providing fast precision height adjustment.(1)Comes with carrying bag to transport and protect the euipment easily.
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seems very good value
This looks exactly the same as the light kit I bought from Amazon. Just a different brand name written on it Absolutely loved it for lighting my eBay photos
aileenbo04/10/2019 12:20

This looks exactly the same as the light kit I bought from Amazon. Just a …This looks exactly the same as the light kit I bought from Amazon. Just a different brand name written on it Absolutely loved it for lighting my eBay photos


That's about all they're good for too (ebay bits!). Budding photographers take note: start with a single head (light) Godox/Bowens/Wex own brand (calumet) or buy a speedlight (flash) from Amazon (cheaper).

A single good light and reflector is a great starting point if you plan to build up a kit for the future.
Great set, made a massive difference for YouTube vids
These are good for video if you are into YouTube stuff. I bought it when I starting out new hobby being a photographer, I have learnt that cheap stuff seldom gives results you are trying to achieve. I rather buy a Speedlight flash than a continuous lights. These are too low wattage for photography. Soft box and stands are good for the price though.
Seems to be £58 now
For photography you're better buying a cheap flash and bouncing off walls/ceiling (or even just some white baking paper)
These cheap eBay kits won't give you enough light for iso 100 indoor portraits at high shutter speed. The bulbs also come apart very easily.

If you're doing it professionally, buy it once, buy it right.
deal-hunter04/10/2019 13:41

That's about all they're good for too (ebay bits!). Budding photographers …That's about all they're good for too (ebay bits!). Budding photographers take note: start with a single head (light) Godox/Bowens/Wex own brand (calumet) or buy a speedlight (flash) from Amazon (cheaper).A single good light and reflector is a great starting point if you plan to build up a kit for the future.

I bought an all in 1 studio photography light box and absolutely hate it.

I want to better the system and use it mostly for small product photography with a white background

I have a limited space I am working from so would you recommend your suggestion for a smaller setup too

Thanks
Light tent for a start. They come in many sizes and have included or the ability to add a 'scoop' which removes the back edge in a photograph. Your light source is placed outside of the 'tent' at your desired angle. The tent fabric acts as a diffuser softening the light as it passess through. With this in mind you may still be able to use your existing head (without the softbox) and achieve a good result. You don't really need flash for photographing inanimate objects, they don't move that fast ! Any light source is worth trying; including natural light from a window. But do have a look at the light tents. Happy shooting!
I bought a kit like this a few years ago from eBay, thinking it would be ok for some basic product photography. It was terrible. Tripods that hold the lights were unstable and needed to be weighted at the back.

The main fault though, is that it creates a "flicker" when taking a photo because the lights are cheap and fluores.
deal-hunter04/10/2019 13:41

That's about all they're good for too (ebay bits!). Budding photographers …That's about all they're good for too (ebay bits!). Budding photographers take note: start with a single head (light) Godox/Bowens/Wex own brand (calumet) or buy a speedlight (flash) from Amazon (cheaper).A single good light and reflector is a great starting point if you plan to build up a kit for the future.



Its not the tool its the user.
Flash has its place as do continuous light sources and for beginners a continuous light is far easier to understand and play with and does not need a connection to the camera or phone camera.
I write this as a working photographer since the mid 60s :-)
uksnapper05/10/2019 14:43

Its not the tool its the user.Flash has its place as do continuous light …Its not the tool its the user.Flash has its place as do continuous light sources and for beginners a continuous light is far easier to understand and play with and does not need a connection to the camera or phone camera.I write this as a working photographer since the mid 60s :-)


Yes, fine for eBay and inanimate objects. But the 'budding' photographer should not waste money on these lights. Money for old rope.
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