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Old April 24th, 2008, 01:09 PM   #31
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Selling LP Micro?

I'm thinking of selling my Litepanels Micro now. I got it for about $300 excluding tax and shipping. I used it for once to test when I opened it and for one event but not even for that long. I'd say total use is like 1-2 hours max. I'm thinking of $275 since it's still practically brand new. Send me a PM if you're interested.

EDIT: After much advice and research and stuff, I decided to with the NRG Varalux for wedding lights. It's a 100w light that's dimmable from 10% to full so I think it'll be suitable for many situations :)

Also, I called a photographer friend to see if he had any lighting advice, and he asked his client who happened to be there and run the venue I will be filming in, and he said 500 watts?! I don't know what he was smoking but I was pretty shocked; there's no way I'm putting a light that powerful on my camera!

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