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    Default Who had bought EastGear Studio Lights?

    and care to show your works/experience so far? Interested to know how well it is and its limitation. Newbie in studio lights.

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    me bought the akira lights... (its exactly the same as the eastgear 1, except more expensive...aka bo hua) u wanna see some pics? unedited? hehehe... u wait ar...
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    above pic shows the umbrella on top, den another soft box by the side, 1 at the bottom, now i have modified to version 3... 1 soft box on top & 1 soft box below, den the umbrella / sometimes use snoot from the camera side...



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    oh ya... i only take product shoots, i not into doing human portrait or insects yet
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    Are the Eastgear lights any good for portraits? Or is it designed for shooting small objects only.

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    nxt time u come & take see lor... hehehe... btw its in my factory store room...
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    Ah, I thought it's your porn studio setup. But that is off topic.

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    u wanna see my naked subjects? hehhee... /me go take pics of raw materials...
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    How much did it cost?

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    forgot... think 599 or something, den eastgear sell 499... or something...
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    $599 is inclusive of the three lights with stands + the umbrella?

    i went to eastgear website and it's not listed there,they still selling?


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    Quote Originally Posted by zaxh81
    $599 is inclusive of the three lights with stands + the umbrella?

    i went to eastgear website and it's not listed there,they still selling?
    they have it on display at their shop, it should come with 3 flash light, 3 stand, 2 soft box, 1 umbrella, 1 snoot, 3 sync cord, extra fuse, and also a carrying bag...
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    The EastGear Stuido Light set is $499 and we are also giving away a Studio Light Wireless Transmitter costing $80 with each set bought.


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    Quote Originally Posted by BigBelly
    The EastGear Stuido Light set is $499 and we are also giving away a Studio Light Wireless Transmitter costing $80 with each set bought.

    wah so good... i dun have...
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    Quote Originally Posted by BigBelly
    The EastGear Stuido Light set is $499 and we are also giving away a Studio Light Wireless Transmitter costing $80 with each set bought.

    wahhhh i want~
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    too bad i bought from them too early.. hehe

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    what's the flash power of each flash head in w/s?

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    Quote Originally Posted by reachme2003
    what's the flash power of each flash head in w/s?
    125W if i am not wrong

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    Default Consistency of the Strobes...

    Hi

    I wanna check if the output from the lights are consistent? ie When it is set to half power, it will deliver a consistent half power each time it fires (assuming that all the capacitors are fully charged).

    Can someone enlighten me on this?

    Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ShawnQuah
    Hi

    I wanna check if the output from the lights are consistent? ie When it is set to half power, it will deliver a consistent half power each time it fires (assuming that all the capacitors are fully charged).

    Can someone enlighten me on this?

    Thanks!
    how 2 check? but i do know that when set to 1/2 power, den its 1/2 power... full power den is full power...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Del_CtrlnoAlt
    oh ya... i only take product shoots, i not into doing human portrait or insects yet

    But I am more interested in portrait shots leh...anyone???

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