Smith-Vector Launches New Lighting Kits

July 29th, 2011

Smith-Victor Lighting.jpgThe new line of lighting kits from
Smith-Vector is designed to appeal to pros and amateurs alike, in both
photo and video fields. They also expand the offerings for camera
dealers and help the new DSLR owner get into a bit of lighting.

“The mass appeal of DSLR cameras
is spreading among family memory keepers and other types of
photographers, and is no longer just within the domain of the pro or
pro-sumer,” says marketing manager Bob Higgins. ” Each kit
is designed for specific imaging applications and will help take the
guesswork out for the consumer looking for lighting equipment and for
the dealer that is stocking it.”

For the beginner, there’s the FlashLite
110i, which offers a 110 watt monolight with a 60 watt quartz halogen
modeling lamp. Stepping up to the Monolight kit gets you either a
FLC200 or FLC300 monolight. At the top of the line is the Quartz
Halogen series, which offers a 765-UM light and an on camera SV-840.

All of the kits come in a variety of
configurations, including starter kits, portraiture kits and setups
for on-location shooting. You can find out more from Smith-Vector.

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