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GVM 480 LED Video Panel Light
Purchase GVM 480 LS
Fovitech 1200 LED
These generic Fovitech 1200 LEDs are my current studio workhorses, I have 2, Ill buy a 3rd shortly. Daylight balanced LEDs meaning they stay cool! Not the brightest, but they work for most situations. Perfect and far more affordable than name brand LEDs!
Purchase Fovitech 1200 LED - $249.99
Lowel ViP Pro-Light
This is my go "small" light. It gets hot, but if you are looking for those hard shadows, its one of the most affordable ways to go.
Purchase Lowel ViP Pro-Light - $117.95
Rifa 88
These are large & very hot lights. The bulbs will break occasionally, but for total output power, its been my go to for over 10 years. Yes, I still have the same set up I bought 10 years ago!

The 32 x 32" (81 x 81 cm) heat-resistant, woven-glass fabric front diffuser provides the soft light look!
Purchase Lowel Rifa eX 88 - $751.29
Rifa 44
This is a Lowel Rifa eX 44 Pro Kit, LB-40 Soft Case. It's built around the Rifa eX 44 softbox light, and the Pro-light focus floodlight. The Lowel Rifa-lite eX 44 is a compact, self-contained, 16 x 16" (40.6 x 40.6 cm), 250W, collapsible, tungsten/halogen softlight. It uses the unique umbrella-like Rifa design which allows set-up in 60 seconds or less. It's the perfect complement to today's compact, light-sensitive, digital cameras and film stocks.
Purchase Rifa 44 - $659.99
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