Strobie kit?

Discussion in 'Photography Equipment & Products' started by pgbvn, Jul 9, 2009.

  1. pgbvn

    pgbvn TPF Noob!

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    I have a Nikon SB600 speedlight and have found this "kit" to go with it. Haven't ever seen anything like it. INTERFIT STROBIES PORTRAIT KIT Anybody know of something similar or heard of these kits?
     
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    JerryPH No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Looks like a waste of money. Visit the strobist group and learn about how to make all these things yourself for pennies on the buck. My snoot for example is cardboard from my cornflakes and a little gaffers tape... I made another one into a grid spot using black straws, cereal box and some more gaffers tape.

    There are times to spend money and times to not. For what they are charging over 100 bucks on, you can make for under $20.
     
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    I use to make my own snoot and grids. Once I saw these guys and the prices they have, I just order from them..

    Honeycomb Airflow Straightener



    On the strobies set, it does seem high for what you are getting. I would be interested in seeing the results from their use, but that's a high price to pay for a test.
     

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