Lumedyne LU004M 800 watt second flashhead $100
The Lumedyne LU004M is a 800 watt second flashhead, equipped with a switchable (on/off) modeling lamp, which makes focusing easier in dim light. This product is the choice of wedding, location and fashion photographers. This model LU004M has a 5 foot power cord, fixed to the flash head body and terminated by the power pack connector.
The electronics inside the head can handle up to 2400 w/s tubes, which you can easily interchange.
Included are two snap-on diffusers, one light (about 1-stop), and one heavy (about 2-stops), and a heavy-duty HC-PC coiled cord.
These heads alone are listed by Lumedyne for $400.
Dimensions: 2.9"L x 2.8"D (7.4 x 7.1cm).
Weight: 1.1 lbs. (0.5k).
Angle of Coverage: Normal Coverage @ 10 feet = 60 Degrees.
Wide Coverage @ 10 feet = 80 degrees.
Guide Number: Reflector in "Normal" position 135GN @ 200 watt seconds.
Reflector in "Wide" position 110GN @ 200 watt seconds.
Sync Terminal: Household (twin blade) sync jack
Flash Ready Indicator: Flash Ready Light
Controls on Flash Head: Test Fire Button, Modeling Lamp On-Off-Flash Only
$100 + $10 shipping
By the way, I have an extra Lumedyne Battery Case in perfect condition, which I can add for $40, and I'll cover the additional postage, too.
This battery case will power two heads, simultaneously.
I don't have either the battery or the charger.
Here's a picture of the case:
I am new to this type of flash. What does the battery case do? Just store a battery when not being used?
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The Lumedyne Flash REQUIRES a battery.
A typical system consists of:
1. Flash head with reflector, optional diffuser.
2. Rechargeable battery (missing)
3. Battery pack which allows you to carry the battery while shooting on location.
4. Charger (missing)
5. Some sort of third-party flash bracket or flash shoe for location shooting (not included)
Lumedyne makes superb stuff and I've shot many events with Lumedyne equipment. I no longer shoot weddings, Bar-Mitzvahs, etc., so this equipment is for up for sale. This is the newest Lumedyne head and battery pack that I have. It has received very little use. All the Lumedyne units that were heavily used by me were sold several months ago.
Here's a link to the Lumedyne website where you can see their entire line of flash equipment. http://www.lumedyne.com/
Just add a battery and charger and you have the core of a pro lighting system for about 1/4 of the cost.