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Flashpoint XPLOR 600PRO R2 TTL Monolight Kit w/ Glow ParaPop & C-Stand

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Adorama has Flashpoint XPLOR 600PRO R2 TTL Battery-Powered Monolight Kit With Glow ParaPop and C-Stand on sale for $899. Shipping is free. Thanks iconian
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XPLOR 600 vs AD600 PRO

Color Temperature Improvements

Improved Modeling Lamp
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Good find. Rep given OP.

Not to talk off topic, but this reminds me I am having some trouble in picking out a basic IR floodlight for some inexpensive home security night cameras.
The camera at the back of the house is under a good deal of tree cover so it doesn't get the extra moonlight illumination assistance that the cameras on the other corners of the house do and its built in cheap IR beam gives it a practical max range of 10 yards on moonless ,dark nights.

Something, skunk most likely, has been digging up the ground,after grubs, just out of range of rear camera as its giving the back of the house a wider berth, not because it knows it's on film, but because that's near the covered porch where we keep one dog when no one is at home and its smelling the dog.

I've yet to catch the thing in the act and have no idea where to even star as Amazon yielded hundreds of results.

Thanks in advance if anyone knows of one or can get me started.
Im looking for a good pizza. Any advice?
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Ask for recommendations in a food related thread or a thread pertaining to your area in some regard... kind of like how I asked a lighting question in a lighting thread...you really can't see the connection?...

While this thread's setup is overkill for what I'm needing,technically speaking, this could be simply converted from natural, full spectrum bulbs/leds with simply retrofitting with infrared leds and perhaps a few basic electronic modules and components to step down the power output...You'd think you'd be aware of how closely related the two are as you seem to be on a spectrum yourself.
There are great threads for home security that would be MUCH more appropriate - with people who could actually answer your question.
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This is actually a pretty good deal if you were looking for one. But most people already have the stands and need just the lamp which can be had for less but never hurts to have an extra stand.
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XPLOR 600 vs AD600 PRO

Color Temperature Improvements

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thanks. it gets frustrating trying to figure out the differences.
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thanks. it gets frustrating trying to figure out the differences.
Also 0.1 stop power adjustments on the Pro models
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you can't get the new lamp for less. this the regular price.. u getting the other stuff basically for free.
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Bought this the last time they had this deal. Love it.
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Nice deal, but looking for non TTL. The high-speed sync is more useful for me to use in daylight shoots and real estate photography.
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Good find. Rep given OP.

Not to talk off topic, but this reminds me I am having some trouble in picking out a basic IR floodlight for some inexpensive home security night cameras.
The camera at the back of the house is under a good deal of tree cover so it doesn't get the extra moonlight illumination assistance that the cameras on the other corners of the house do and its built in cheap IR beam gives it a practical max range of 10 yards on moonless ,dark nights.

Something, skunk most likely, has been digging up the ground,after grubs, just out of range of rear camera as its giving the back of the house a wider berth, not because it knows it's on film, but because that's near the covered porch where we keep one dog when no one is at home and its smelling the dog.

I've yet to catch the thing in the act and have no idea where to even star as Amazon yielded hundreds of results.

Thanks in advance if anyone knows of one or can get me started.
Wowee.
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Ask for recommendations in a food related thread or a thread pertaining to your area in some regard... kind of like how I asked a lighting question in a lighting thread...you really can't see the connection?...

While this thread's setup is overkill for what I'm needing,technically speaking, this could be simply converted from natural, full spectrum bulbs/leds with simply retrofitting with infrared leds and perhaps a few basic electronic modules and components to step down the power output...You'd think you'd be aware of how closely related the two are as you seem to be on a spectrum yourself.
Just curious, how often do you hear the word "jackass"?
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