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Profoto Flashtube for D1 Monolight - 1000Ws Maximum

B&H # PRFT500D1 MFR # 331523
Profoto Flashtube for D1 Monolight - 1000Ws Maximum

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This is a Profoto Replacement 1000Ws Maximum Flashtube for the D1 Monolight.

Most current, professional flash heads and monolights are equipped with user replaceable flashtubes that may simply be plugged into, and unplugged from their sockets. With proper handling, these flashtubes may last for tens of thousands of flashes under normal use.

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ProfotoFlashtube for D1 Monolight - 1000Ws Maximum
 
5.0

(based on 5 reviews)

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  • Good power output (5)
  • Durable (3)
  • Long-lasting (3)

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5.0

worked perfect

By KJKansas

from Topeka KS

About Me Pro Photographer

Verified Buyer

Pros

  • Lightweight
  • Long-Lasting
  • Powerful

Cons

    Best Uses

      Comments about Profoto Flashtube for D1 Monolight - 1000Ws Maximum:

      Perfect for what we ordered.

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      5.0

      Got used right away!

      By Cezär Motta

      from Florianópolis, SC - Brazil

      About Me Pro Photographer

      Verified Buyer

      Pros

      • Attaches Securely
      • Durable
      • Good Color Value
      • Lightweight
      • Long-Lasting
      • Powerful

      Cons

        Best Uses

        • General Use
        • Indoors
        • Portraits

        Comments about Profoto Flashtube for D1 Monolight - 1000Ws Maximum:

        Robust for every photo shooting!

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        5.0

        Expensive Requirement

        By Wil at DP

        from Vallejo CA

        About Me Pro Photographer

        Verified Buyer

        Pros

        • Durable
        • Good Color Value
        • Long-Lasting
        • Powerful

        Cons

        • Expensive

        Best Uses

          Comments about Profoto Flashtube for D1 Monolight - 1000Ws Maximum:

          I use this flashtube in Profoto D1 Air 500 monolight. The replacement mechanics can be intimidating since the small wires at the top of the tube must be wrapped around a small protruding wire. This was my first time to replace the flashtube in the D1. Study the old flash tube before proceeding with replacement. Profoto flashtubes are expensive but B&H has the lowest price!

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          5.0

          Take Care and Wear Gloves

          By SB13

          from Arcata, CA

          About Me Photography Student

          Verified Buyer

          Pros

          • Durable
          • Powerful

          Cons

            Best Uses

              Comments about Profoto Flashtube for D1 Monolight - 1000Ws Maximum:

              In case it's not clear, this tube works with BOTH the D1 500 and the D1 1000w/s monolights. Which is kinda useful if you have a mixture of 500/1000's like I do. Keeping a spare around makes a lot of sense. (But note: the D1 250w/s head uses a different flashtube, found elsewhere on B&H.)

              I just replaced a D1 flashtube for the first time. I'm good with tools, but the process was slightly nerve wracking. That little ring at 12 o'clock (top-center) on the tube is made of a stiff metal foil. So removing a damaged tube means first unwrapping that foil from the metal igniter wire that protrudes from the D1. It's little and fussy. I used a very small flat screwdriver to peel it off. Then, after plugging a new tube in place, used a pair of small round jeweler's pliers to carefully wrap the new foil around the igniter wire for good contact. Common needle nose pliers should work too.

              If you're good with minor mechanical surgeries like this, it's not too bad. Take your time.. and wear nitrile or latex rubber gloves to keep the tube clean.

              It fired right up afterward, and metered spot-on. Profoto delivers!

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              5.0

              Powerfull replace

              By Truman D

              from Ecuador

              About Me Pro Photographer

              Verified Buyer

              Pros

              • Powerful

              Cons

                Best Uses

                • General Use
                • Outdoors

                Comments about Profoto Flashtube for D1 Monolight - 1000Ws Maximum:

                Is unusual replace profoto flashtube, for a long time, but it easy to change, only plug in and shoot.!!!

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