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Visico VC300 Studio Flash

Visico VC300 Studio Flash - Studio flash, mobile kit cases and wireless cable releases are just a few of the new products PhotoSkill have for you.

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Studio Lighting and Flash

Visico VC300Press Release:

PhotoSkill are delighted to announce the arrival of new lines from Visico. With VC300 studio flash, wireless triggers for studio flash, mobile kit cases in two sizes and air-damped professional quality stands amongst the many new lines, Richard Chaff of PhotoSkill said, "I am very excited with the equipment we are now importing from Visico and after an extended period of testing and appraisal we now have products in stock. Major U.S. retailer B & H and suppliers in Germany have been very successful with the VC range flash units, so I have been eagerly awaiting their arrival so that we can offer them to the UK market." Other new lines include wireless cable releases, 110W daylight full-spectrum fluorescent lighting units and 405mm beauty dishes with honeycomb attachments available.

Richard added, "Our new PhotoSkill website is due to be on-line early in the New Year to complement our existing eBay store, so the work done in acquiring the new additions has come to fruition at just the right time."

If you would like to see details of the units please follow the link in the ePHOTOzine directory listing, or for more information, please call Richard at PhotoSkill, on 01743 790699. PhotoSkill sponsor ePHOTOzine's Monday One Hour Challenge. Demonstrations are available in the West Midlands at our Willenhall warehouse.
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GarethRobinson 11 1.0k 2 United Kingdom
28 Nov 2008 1:39PM
A site I have looked at many times and not ordered from, simple reason the 30 delivery charge to Northern Ireland for items is a rip of.
It certainly wont cost 30 to delivery a softbox.

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Tricia 12 325 Ireland
28 Nov 2008 2:34PM
Hi Gareth
I just spoke to Richard with regards your comment (he is no internet access today) and he assures me that this problem was due to the courier, he is resolving this problem and aims to have new delivery prices available shortly.

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