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Jul 13, 2010 06:37 |  #1

if I bought a kit like http://www.warehouseex​press.com …-sv-lighting-kit/p1029807 (external link) ?
It comes with sync leads, but how long are they likely to be? Presumably, all being well, I can have them plugged into the power, and my camera run 2 sync leads to the stands and be away straight from the box, if they were long enough?

I use a seculine radio trigger for my hotshoe flash and that has served me well - will it also fire both the lights in this kit, or would I need to buy another receiver unit? I presume it'll fire one of the lights no problem.

TIA for any advice


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Jul 13, 2010 06:41 |  #2

Light/Flash meter would be a good idea save's alot of time.


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Jul 13, 2010 06:45 |  #3

thanks TTk - yes I have a meter from a long time happily using canon hotshoe strobes, I just want to move into more studio based lighting and don't want to forget something obvious.


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Jul 13, 2010 06:48 |  #4

Hedley wrote in post #10526588 (external link)
thanks TTk - yes I have a meter from a long time happily using canon hotshoe strobes, I just want to move into more studio based lighting and don't want to forget something obvious.

The kit your looking at is a good kit to start with I know a few photographers that use this lighting with very good results, good luck..;)


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