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LUMEDYNE MODELLING BULB FOR 095 HEAD

Web Code: 369LUM005  •  Mfr Code: H500012
LUMEDYNE MODELLING BULB FOR 095 HEAD
Was: $19.95 CAD
Now Only $12.50 CAD
SAVE $7.45
 
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Product Highlights
  • This is the normal replacement bulb for the glowing modelling light in the centre of the Lumedyne Modelling style Flash tubes. It is about 25 watts bright and does use your battery at a rate of one 200ws flash per 20 seconds of modelling light use. It is user replaceable by simply first removing the flash tube then pulling the burned out bulb straight out. After carefully replacing the AMBR into its legs, the flash tube fits around it and plugs back into place.
  • The AMBR has always been the normal modeling bulb for any Lumedyne modelling style Head. It has two small pins that fit into two small insulated legs that protrude from the centre of the Lumedyne Flash Head's flash tube socket. Use care when installing it to really slide the pins into the legs and not simply next to the leg in the sleeve.
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  • This is the normal replacement bulb for the glowing modelling light in the centre of the Lumedyne Modelling style Flash tubes. It is about 25 watts bright and does use your battery at a rate of one 200ws flash per 20 seconds of modelling light use. It is user replaceable by simply first removing the flash tube then pulling the burned out bulb straight out. After carefully replacing the AMBR into its legs, the flash tube fits around it and plugs back into place.
  • The AMBR has always been the normal modeling bulb for any Lumedyne modelling style Head. It has two small pins that fit into two small insulated legs that protrude from the centre of the Lumedyne Flash Head's flash tube socket. Use care when installing it to really slide the pins into the legs and not simply next to the leg in the sleeve.
  • The Modeling Bulb is about 25 watts and so it does drain the battery at about 2 amp hours. It will drain a Medium sized NiCd Battery in about an hour if you just leave it on. It is more intended to use for focusing assistance or checking if you will get reflections from glasses or background elements. The modelling circuit does turn off during the recycling and then back on after each flash until you are done using it.
  • Note:
  • If you were recently using the modelling bulb and are now exchanging it due to failure, it's going to be extremely hot. Please use care.
  • Also remember for a longer bulb life be careful not to bang it, particularly when it is hot because that is when the filament inside is the most fragile.
  • Don't forget to turn it off and avoid wasting battery power when you don't need it. There are indicators on most heads to remind you when your modelling lamp is on. Avoid leaving it on during the day when you can hardly see it and it wouldn't help with anything but will drain your battery.
 
 
 
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