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Where can I find inexpensive flash tubes???
Old 02-21-2003, 10:17 AM   #1 (permalink)
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OMG! This morning I was cleaning out some old junk I had been given from my old photography teachers wife, the poor old dude died the day his brand new Bronica ETRSI system arrived from B+H. (no kidding he fell asleep in his chair that evening and never woke up) Anyways, his wife gave me a bunch of stuff when she moved. A Norman P202 powerpack and two LH-4 lightheads were in the stuff. I tried them a couple of years ago and could not get them to work. (sigh) I wrote to norman and they told me that it would cost $35 to just get them looked at, shipping and all it sounds like a big gamble I was not willing to take. So they set on the floor, I decided to junk them. But being a tight-fisted old scotsman I pluged them in for a last try, still nothing, I went to unplug them and all of a sudden the modeling lights came on. There was a bad connection at the plug. A trip to the hardware store and $3.79 later I have a set of working lights. The modeling light bulbs and flash tubes look pretty well used so I want to replace them. After that long story, if any one knows of a place that has good deals on bulbs and tubes could you email or respond.
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bulbman.com is where to buy !
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I needed flash tubes for a couple of Norman LH2000's. From Norman the flashtubes cost $196.00 from Bulbman they were $98.00

These are exact replacement tubes that are fully UV coated.
 
 
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