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11/04/2011 03:24:11 PM · #1
Hi All

I want to buy a starter set of Bowens studio lights.

Can you tell me what is the difference between 400's and 500's. Would I see a difference in pic quality?

Price difference is massive and I wonder are 400's more than enough for studio ports and full length people shots?



Message edited by author 2011-11-04 16:45:37.
11/04/2011 03:52:32 PM · #2
it is vry hrd for sm ppl to understand txtng abrv & shrtnd sntance strktr. Lso 1 1ders if 1 is in 2 mch of a hrry to write a ? in fl wrds to mk yrslf clr, how others wl spnd tm to ansr flly.

I don't really understand what information you are asking for.

Message edited by author 2011-11-04 16:25:00.
11/04/2011 04:43:15 PM · #3
wow - how sarcastic are you?

where you bullied at school?

11/04/2011 04:45:41 PM · #4
And off we go.

Edit to add (since you went to the trouble of editing your original), sorry, don't really know the answer to your post, but hopefully some of the more experienced studio folk can help.

Message edited by author 2011-11-04 16:47:02.
11/04/2011 04:48:47 PM · #5
How big is your studio space? Even 400 may be too much in a small place. As for picture quality it's goin to be down to how you use the lights rather than which lights you get.
11/04/2011 05:24:52 PM · #6
Originally posted by TonyUK:

wow - how sarcastic are you?

where you bullied at school?

Ya, sorry, I've been over in rant and forgot to act like a human being.

It isn't really what you asked for, but there is an old thread comparing 300w/600w that might be helpful.

My favorite strobe users on the site are H2 and LVicari check out their setups and output for their styles. They are both pretty helpful guys, you could shoot them a PM.

Message edited by author 2011-11-04 20:30:23.
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