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Fotolite Lighting Unit

by Testrite Visual Products, Inc.

The Stanrite Fotolite Lighting Unit is the perfect light source for mixing colors and for the illumination of canvas during painting. It’s also great for model or subject lighting.

The lighting unit comes complete with a heavy-duty aluminum 10 in. diameter reflector, 8 ft. cord, and sturdy aluminum three-section stand that extends to 7 ft. The unit also features a metal socket with a cool handling wood knob.

The lamp swivels to all angles and folds down for easy storage. It has a metal/chrome finish.

Light bulb is not included.

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Fotolite Lighting Unit

by Testrite Visual Products, Inc.

Average User Rating: Based on (5 Reviews)

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Patti P from Tucson, AZ says:

The lamp/lighting stand works well for lighting a still life, painting or photographing drawings. It is very light to move around, but very stable and easy to adjust. I'm very pleased.

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Rated by: Patti P in Tucson, AZ
The lamp/lighting stand works well for lighting a still life, painting or photographing drawings. It is very light to move around, but very stable and easy to adjust. I'm very pleased.
Rated by: Josh V. in Willowbrook, IL
Inexpensive lighting that does the job. The stand is sturdy and will last a long time if properly taken care of.
Rated by: Usha N. in Auburn, AL
Perfect light stand for painting. I also used it for models, It works good for any thing. Easily swivels to all angles. Cool handling wood knob is pretty comfortable.
Rated by: Ellen B. in Burke, VA
Great lamp for lighting easel as well as photographing finished canvases. Easily adjusts to the right height and accomodates different types of light bulbs for bright, soft and natural light effects.
Rated by: Shauna V. in Phoenix, AZ
This lamp definitely gets the job done. The aluminum gets pretty hot, so the wooden handle is convenient for adjusting the lamp's position. The height is also quite easy to adjust. Overall, a very good product - well worth the price.

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