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We have used the Bron Move kit for a couple of years and it works great. It is really useful when you are in an old building and do not have to rely on power sources. The batteries last really well if you remember to turn off the LED modelling lights regularly. Very compact and comes in a trolley bag which is designed to go into the hold of the aeroplane.

James

James Stevenson
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On 9 May 2018 at 12:21, Tony Harris <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
Dear All,
I'm looking at some lightweight reliable travel flash lighting for 2 & 3D works of art and have got it down to the Godox Wistra 360 or the Profoto B2. Both would be with the two light configuration, so I just wondered if anyone had knowledge of how reliable and consistent the power output might be. I'm assuming the Profoto might edge it here.
Tony


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Government Art Collection

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