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Pros: I bought this in March 2014 as a replacement for another monitor bought at a brick and mortar chain. While having the same resolution, it had a better refresh rate and cost half the previous one. It's current lifespan has already exceeded it's predecessors by two months and I am still using it.
Cons: No height adjustment on the stand.
Other Thoughts: I edit a lot of pictures on a pretty regular basis. I've been keeping my eyes open for an inexpensive monitor with a native resolution of 2560 x 1600 (the highest my ZOTAC AMP! ZT-40403-10P GeForce GTX 460 1GB 256-Bit GDDR5 PCI Express 2.0 Video Card can push) and plan to use this monitor as a second one.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Ipad is held inside it very securely in comparison to some of the other cases I've tried.. Strap located in the spine, so when it's folded back my fingers can be put into it.
Cons: None as of yet.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Features exactly what is in the picture. Received these and set up just one... It went together like a charm and lit up my front room. Over the weekend, I set up the whole set twice in an unused corner of the hotel lobby for over 300 shots. They go together quickly and lit up the parade of people I photographed. I moved them around a bit to get the lighting just right and their height adjust easily. The were just as easy to put away as they were to put up.
Cons: Carrying case is really only for the stands. The fixtures and bulbs need to be stored separately to prevent damage or have them all stored together in a container with the backdrops... I used a Sterilite 23-Gallon Footlocker to store them all with a tripod, monopod, and two backdrops comfortably with room to spare.
Other Thoughts: I was concerned with the bulbs... Be sure to re-wrap them in the foam, then put them back into the plastic container, and that back into the cardboard box as there is nothing else protecting them. A couple of extra minutes will help make sure they are around for the next photo shoot.READ FULL REVIEW