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  1. I am considering buying a light tent to try table top / still life photography, and wondered if anyone could recommend a suitable purchase? I'm looking for something approx 60cm wide/high/deep, that can easily be set up or folded down. Having looked on the internet, professional items such as the Lastolite Cubelite 58cm are about £100, while cheaper products of a similar size on Amazon are about £15 to £20. It would only be used by myself for personal work, so I don't need a top of the range professional model suitable for client based work, but don't want to purchase something very cheap if it doesn't deliver 'reasonable' results. As cheaper prices are more appealing, I wondered if anyone here has used any of the cheaper branded items, and could advise whether they are worth considering, or whether its better to spend more in order to get a better quality item that will produce better photographic output? Thanks in advance. Phil
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