Bowens Streamlite 530 Head

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The Streamlite 530 is the ‘Big-Easy’ of continuous lighting.

Five independently controlled fluorescent spiral lamps make large creative lighting setups a breeze.

Featuring the same cool-running, long-life lamps as the smaller Streamlite 330, two additional bulbs mean a total output equivalent up to 550W of tungsten lighting.
The unit has five switches on the back so that the lamps can be switched on or off in any configuration required.
The detachable reflector, with it’s brilliant white surface, comes supplied with an elasticated diffuser which fits quickly and easily on the front for a wide, soft and even light spread.
With its broad daylight balanced light, the Streamlite is the next best thing to the Sun.

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Attribute Value
Size:460x335mm
Weight (g):2800
No. of heads:1
Wattage (W):550
Power source:190-250V AC

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