Pre-order Interfit Honey Badger 320Ws kit

Honey Badger cares about lighting! The new Interfit Honey Badger lightning gear are now available for pre-ordering at B&H Photo. The Interfit Honey Badger 320Ws Compact Flash Head goes for $300, while the Interfit Honey Badger 320Ws 2-Light Kit goes for $700. They are expected to begin shipping in mid-August 2017.

PS: actual honey badgers are not included!

PS2: obligatory viral YouTube video.

Interfit S1 500Ws HSS TTL Monolight (AC and Battery Powered) for $680

And now a couple of lighting-related offers from B&H. First up, the Impact Fluorescent 19″ Ring Light with Dimmer is on sale for $159 with free expedited shipping for a limited time.

Next up, there are two options for the Interfit S1 500Ws HSS TTL Monolight. The aforelinked AC and Battery-Powered model goes for $680 with free expedited shipping, while the AC Power only model goes for $500. These offers expire 4/25/17 or earlier if sold out.

For more action, check the B&H Featured Sales, now re-loaded with more post-Holiday offers!

Interfit EZ-FLO Fluorescent 2 Light Kit for $189 [and other Light-related offers]

And some more lighting-related action, the Interfit EZ-FLO Fluorescent 2 Light Kit is on sale for $189 with free standard shipping at B&H Photo. To get things moving faster, here’s a few more lighting-related limited-time offers:

+ Photoflex Transpac Dual Kit Case for $200
+ Westcott Terry White Travel Portrait Lighting Kit for $450
+ Lowel PRO Power Daylight LED 3-Light AC Kit for $2138
+ with free shipping

Interfit Fluorescent Ring Light (19″) with FREE 4-Section Stand for $100

The Interfit Fluorescent Ring Light (19″) currently has a special promotion, with it you will automatically receive for free a 4-section air-cushioned stand (7.5). No coupon/rebate, this will be included automatically by B&H Photo. The price is $100 with free standard shipping.

TIP: with “automatically included for free” type of offers, you can tell whether the offer is still running or not by whether you see it mentioned on the product page. If you don’t see it mentioned, it means the offer expired. Here’s an annotated screenshot crop of what to look for:


Not to get existential, but it is harder to find what is not there, than find what is there 🙂