1200 Ws, 5600K Color Temperature
0.05-0.9 sec Recycling
Flash Duration HSS: 1/14,814 sec
Built-In Wireless X System
32 Channels, 16 Groups
Optional X1 Transmitter
1/128 to 1/1 Power Range
150W Modeling Lamp
As a photographer, one of the most important decisions to make is regarding the lighting. A studio setup can range anything from a minimal table lamp to a multi flash setup. Although continuous light can be used, a lot of photographers choose to work only with flash heads.
There are so many different types of lights in photography. Each of them creates a different effect on the subject. Irrespective of you doing a portrait or still life photography, so many of your light choices and lighting decisions will be based on what features you would like to highlight.
The decision between continuous lights, flashlights, or strobes amongst many others will be based on your knowledge of what they help you achieve.
You can trigger the strobes either by using a cable or remote control. A studio strobe flash light has lightning-fast recycle time in comparison to a speedlite or a flashgun. Due to this, it is an efficient source of lighting to use during fashion shoots and portrait photography.
The brightest strobe flashlight can even outshine the sunshine while shooting outdoors.
Strobe lights for Product photography
A major part of product photography is maintaining a constant color temperature and quality light. Even the subtlest of changes can affect the color accuracy of your product. Flashpoint monolights have the necessary features to adjust the temperature of your light, giving you much better control.
Strobe Flash Lights for Fashion Photography
The best monolights used during the fashion shoots can be upgraded using additional accessories with accurately measured exposure. Additionally, various styles of lighting, like loop lighting, butterfly lighting, and flat lighting, can be achieved with the help of another light modifying tool.