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    Daylight Flourescent Softbox 2-Light Kit - $50
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    Hey all,

    For sale is my EPhoto 2-light daylight flourescent Softbox Kit! It's a great kit for interviews and anywhere you need a nice soft daylight source.

    Photos show one of the units, you'll get two plus stands and carrying case!

    Full description can be found here:

    http://www.ebay.com/itm/1600-WATT-PH...ht_4149wt_1396

    Retails for $120 after shipping, your for $50!

    Feel free to pm if you have any questions. Thanks!

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    Sorry, forgot to mention would muuuuch prefer local pickup in Manhattan, thanks!
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    Hey Tim-
    Does this unit make any noise (Humming, fan, etc)?
    Any flicker issues?
    How does the unit handle long periods of use (heat, etc)
    Thanks,
    Cole
    Animal crackers make people think all animals taste the same. "Whats a girraffe taste like?" "A hippopotomus, I had them back to back." - Mitch Hedberg
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    i'll take them if still available
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    Does that price include shipping?
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    never heard back from you. Let me know
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    When the bulbs don't list a CRI you can be 99% sure that it isn't very good. Low CRI leads to color issues.
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