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Impact VS-LCD400 400Ws Monolight 3 Point Kit

Impact VS-LCD400 400Ws Monolight 3 Point Kit
Key Features
  • 3x Impact Digital Monolight
  • 3x Air-cushioned 10' Light Stand
  • 3x White Umbrella with Black Backing
  • 1x Luxbanx Duo 26 x 26" Softbox
The Impact VS-LCD400 400Ws Monolight 3 Point Kit was assembled by B&H to maximize creative choices with a single light source. The kit is built around three VS-LCD400 400Ws monolights that each ship with a grid reflector, 100W modeling lamp, flashtube, power cord and PC cord. The kit also includes 3 10' air-cushioned light stands, 3 white umbrellas with black backing, a Luxbanx Duo 26x26" softbox with speedring and a kit case to transport it all.
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Would this lighting kit work for outdoor photography as well as indoors?
Asked by: Anonymous
I only use Bowens, have used them since 1967 and can recommend their products.
Answered by: james M.
Date published: 2018-08-27

What kind of bulb does it use and where can you ...

What kind of bulb does it use and where can you get a replacement?
Asked by: Sissorelle
The Impact Flashtube for VS300, VSD300 & VSD400 Monolight B&H # IMFTVS300 and the Sunlite 150T10 Frosted Halogen Double Envelope Lamp (150W / 120V) B&H # SUQ150E26F are compatible with the monolight in this kit.
Answered by: Kirk
Date published: 2018-12-13

What is the fastest shutter speed I can use with ...

What is the fastest shutter speed I can use with this Monolight?
Asked by: Tommy
As the Impact One Monolight Kit (120VAC), B&H # IMVSLCD400K, is not a TTL flash with High-Speed Sync capabilities, the maximum shutter speed you may use will depend on the standard maximum flash sync speed used by your camera. With most focal-plane cameras, this will be 1/250 sec. If your camera/lens has an internal lens shutter, you may be able to use the flash at your lens' maximum shutter speed. Check with your camera's manufacturer for your camera model's standard maximum flash sync speed.
Answered by: Manzell
Date published: 2018-12-07


Anyone know where a manual could be found? Online possibly? I've lost mine.
Asked by: Jeremy W.
There is a link to the Instruction Manual listed under the Overview section under Guides & Manual section on our webpage. For convenience, the link is also listed below:
Answered by: Manzell L.
Date published: 2018-08-27


Hi -- there is no way for the model light to stay on?
Asked by: Brittany M.
From page 8 of the instruction manual, available from Impact's website: To set the modeling light output only:Press the Mode button twice.The display will read 'M/Lamp Adjust' and a numerical value.Press the up/down arrow buttons to adjust the modeling light output.When done press the ENTER button. The modeling light will turn off when the flash is triggered.
Answered by: Benjamin M.
Date published: 2018-08-27


Would this kit work with a pocket wizard and speed light?Also are there battery packs for AC so that I can shoot on location?
Asked by: Henry F.
I have the mono light with softbox kit for work. It is a visual slave, so when my other personal speed light fires, it fires as well. It will not pick up directly to a pocket wizard or any other radio transmitter. It does have a sync cable, but it is flimsy and does not stay in the jack very well.
Answered by: Victoria D.
Date published: 2018-08-27


What type of mounts can these use besides Bowens?
Asked by: Sonny M.
I believe Bowens in the only type but you should call Impact they are very responsive to answer questions
Answered by: Mitchell D.
Date published: 2018-08-27


Does this kit include everything I will need to start shooting with my Nikon D610? Or will I need to buy accessories to make this kit compatible with my camera?
Asked by: joseph P.
The kit should work with your camera right out of the box. I had a problem with the built in slave units on the lights. I had to use a receiver on each of the lights which was an additional cost.
Answered by: Zenobia M.
Date published: 2018-08-27
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