Last Updated on 03/06/2012 by Chris Gampat
In this current economy, it’s good to be frugal. If you are looking to upgrade your lighting kit, there are some great rebates available. To get these rebates you have to have purchased the gear before March 31,2012 and have the rebate forms postmarked by April 30, 2012. For more information on the rebates and to download the forms go here.
Or take a look after the jump.
“These Cool-Lux rebates are a great opportunity for someone looking to augment their current lighting system with quality constant lighting for both video and digital imaging, in studio or on the go,” said Bob Higgins, sales and marketing manager of Promark International, manufacturer of Cool-Lux products.The rebates are available on their popular models and kits, including their Hollywood, Mini-Cool and SL300 products. With the rebates, consumers can save up to $100 on lighting and accessories.
Norman Rebates –
“Any professional photographer looking to upgrade their equipment or add a battery portable strobe unit to their set up should take a serious look at these rebates,” said Bob Higgins, sales and marketing manager of Promark International, manufacturer of Norman products. “We began these rebates as a show special at Imaging USA, and the response has been so strong that we were compelled to continue them.”
Smith-Victor’s flashlite monolight kits feature the brand’s 110i, FLC200 or FLC300 models and offer constant color technology and infinitely variable flash power settings. Rebates are also available on Smith-Victor’s Economy Soft Box or Pro- Kits. The Economy Soft Boxes combine a soft box and light fixture, all in one unit and can be used with fluorescent lamps, photoflood lamps, and quartz halogen lamps. The Pro-Kits offer the working professional or serious amateur a combination of components designed to fit a variety of applications.
“These rebates are a great opportunity for someone looking to upgrade their current lighting or the budding professional who is just starting out in the business to fall in love with the Speedotron Black Line,” said Bob Higgins, sales and marketing manager of Promark International, manufacturer of Speedotron products.
The Photogenic Solair™ monolights employ “constant color” technology that prevents the flash color temperature from visibly shifting no matter what power setting is used. The PowerLight® monolights are built to meet the demanding everyday needs of the professional photographer. They are perfect for providing exact and repeatable results. StudioMax® III lights also employ constant color technology which prevents the color temperature from visibly shifting, regardless of flash power level.