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Hey Klyment, Just stopped by the blog looks great. I was wondering about the new Chimera speed rings you mentioned? Is there anywhere I can find out more info on these? Thanks man. Travel safe.
Hi, Curtis. More information about the Chimera Quick Release speed rings is available here:
They are much like the Plume/Red Wing speed rings except much lighter and instead of having only one soft box rod hole that is quick released on a bracket, four rod holders are releasable and screw-lockable.
Thanks man. I would like to pick your brain one more time, since you obviously know alot about equipment. Can these Chimera rings cross over with Steves at lightools strobe kits?(The Korean made ones)???
I bought some Elinchrom heads but dont really like them. and am thinking of hooking up with steves stuff.
Thanks for the time.
Stephen's lights use the Bowens speed ring. There are some minor differences but most Bowens three-prong speed rings should work on his lights.
Elinchrom makes some good stuff . . . which heads did you get? Two of the major benefits of Stephen's Lightrein lights are that they are supported locally by him and that the Korean company has put a lot of development into light modifiers . . . they have a line of pyrex domes which will allow you to adjust the light colour temperature of the strobes. You just take the Pyrex that the head comes with and replace it. It also helps protect the flash tube against damage from mounting and dismounting of accessories. Anyhow, it's probably best that you e-mail me . . . probably easier to track the discussion that way. =P