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Jan 31, 2011 14:30 |  #1

So since I was on Gadget infinitys web site buy some cactus V5 remote triggers I checked out the entire site.

I noticed the Pro Digital Studio Strobe 250Ws Jinbei QQ250 (110V). I am interested in this unit for a mere 119 dollars.

Has anyone tried them?


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Jan 31, 2011 14:37 |  #2

I'd want some clarity on what sort of mount they use for their softboxes and modifiers.




  
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Mar 15, 2011 04:05 |  #3

lens pirate wrote in post #11750094 (external link)
So since I was on Gadget infinitys web site buy some cactus V5 remote triggers I checked out the entire site.
I noticed the Pro Digital Studio Strobe 250Ws Jinbei QQ250 (110V). I am interested in this unit for a mere 119 dollars.
Has anyone tried them?

So, did you buy it? How it is?


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So, did you buy it? How it is?

Yes I did and the work fine. I shot this image wirth them. I think they are pretty awesome for 119 dollars. I have since purchased some Alien bees. But I will keep and use these strobes for sure.


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Mar 21, 2011 10:08 |  #5

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Yes I did and the work fine. I shot this image wirth them. I think they are pretty awesome for 119 dollars.

Is there availability of using battery pack or work from batteries? Or it works only by cable?


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Mar 21, 2011 10:14 |  #6

simak wrote in post #12061991 (external link)
Is there availability of using battery pack or work from batteries? Or it works only by cable?

Batteries, radio triggers, its all good. Just. Like any strobe.


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