I am looking to sell everything as a package and it would be great for location work, and awesome for use in a studio.
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These strobes are wireless when used with the included Pocket Wizard II radio transceiver!
Here is a run down of what I have. Everything can be stored in the rolling soft case that is included.
Photogenic Power Light(s)
- Solair constant color Power Light PL1000DR 1000wps heads with built in Pocket Wizard radio slaves -X2
- Power Light 1250 500wps head - X1
Including all power cords, 2 parabolic reflectors, and 2 Westcott umbrellas.
- Larson 2' x 3' with mounting plate for Photogenic strobes
- Larson 3' x 4' with mounting plate for Photogenic strobes
- Larson 14'' x 48'' Strip softbox with mounting plate for Photogenic strobes
- Larson 42'' Flying Starfish softbox
Photogenic Honeycomb diffuser with 2 grids and 1 3/4 stop panel
Westcott Scrim Jim 42'' x 72'' - with 3/4 diffusion panel and silver reflector panel. Attachments and accessories include
boom arms, manfrotto C clamps, and frame clamps
Westcott 52'' 6 in 1 reflector
un-named reflector (unsure on size approximately 52'')
"Talon" by Photogenic 13' air cushioned light stands X3
Pocket Wizard II radio transceiver
I have a Paul C Buff power pack which will power the strobes on location, however the 9v battery will need to be replaced.
Everything works and is in excellent condition. I just recently found out Larson Enterprises (the softboxes) went out of business a few years ago after 40+ years in the industry. Their boxes were amazingly made and are on par with Profoto's, just less expensive usually by a few hundred dollars. I have about 2K invested in their softboxes alone. I am the original owner of all the equipment and it has been well cared for and has served me more than efficiently when I did high fashion and portrait work.
I am looking to get all this equipment sold together and as a package. I have the instruction manual for the Photogenic Power Lights and can walk you through how to assemble any/all of the softboxes.