Welcome to the new strobepro.com. We’re super excited to launch our brand new website today. Our new site brings in a lot of changes. Hop on and you’ll notice:
We think you’re going to like the new feel. It’s faster, cleaner and contains more product information. We’re currently working on adding video for every product as well. You’ll see photo contests, photographer profiles, guest blogs and much more coming soon.
If you come by the showroom you’ll also notice we’ve switched to a full iPad Point of Sale. This allows us to link in store purchases directly to your online account. It’s much more streamlined and like always, you won’t have to worry about losing your receipts. They’ll be emailed and be sent directly to your account.
If you currently have an account on our existing site, you will be losing access to your existing invoices and purchase history as we were unable to move them to the new system. Don’t worry, if you need to reprint an invoice we can still do that for you. All your other information should be moved automatically to your new account. You’ll be getting an email from us asking you to create a new password.
Be sure to write a quick website review by clicking the “REVIEWS” tab on the side of the page. We want to know what you think. Like us on Facebook or send us a Tweet. Every review, like and tweet will automatically give you 1 entry into the October Draw for a $200 Strobepro gift card.
Thanks again for all your support over the last year. The website is just the first step in a busy year ahead for Strobepro. A new warehouse, showroom and rental studio are up next and will be ready in January 2014. We really appreciate your business and look forward to exciting things to come.
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To understand what option is best for you we need to understand the different methods of flash triggering. You’ve likely heard of Pocket Wizard but do you need to spend $300-$600 to get started? Keep in mind we’re trying to accomplish a task, which is to fire the strobes or speedlites when we push our shutter release. There’s lots of ways to do this so here we go.