The Photoflex TritonFlash OctoDome Lithium Battery Strobe Kit was created for sports, portraiture or editorial work or any on-the go application where photographers require a powerful, 5600K balanced light with its own energy source.
The core of the kit is the TritonFlash strobe head. Rated at 300W/s with a guide number of 185, the TritonFlash gives you 750 full power flashes on a single charge from the included power module and Li-ion battery. The module will power up to 2 flashes at 100% power simultaneously, automatically splitting the available power between them. The pack has 19 power settings in 1/3 stop increments including a Fast Power Mode which allows shooting of up to 7 frames per second with extremely short flash durations, ideal for dance, sports and scientific applications.
The kit also includes an extra small OctoDome SoftBox, which offers natural catchlights and a large surface area for its size, as well as an umbrella reflector. Rounding out the kit are an all metal swivel mount with twist lock handle, multi-voltage charger, Euro-plug, and battery and extension cables.
Advanced Lithium Ion battery technology for fast recycling and long life
Built-in optical slave sensor
Up to 750 flashes at full power on a single charge
Fast Power Mode for bursts up to 7 frames per second
19 power settings with accurate 1/3 stop increments
Includes one lithium battery
Quick change design for fast battery swapping
Powerful 300 watt second output - suitable for large groups in full sun
Battery pack will power two TritonFlash heads on full power simultaneously
Capacitors are housed in the TritonFlash heads for power management independence
Very short flash duration for stopping action, even on full power
Modeling light with ten-second auto shut off for maximizing battery life
Comes with robust all metal swivel for supporting umbrellas and large SoftBoxes
Can be operated worldwide on AC power (100 - 240V AC)
Will operate on AC power and recharge battery at the same time
Digital readout on backlit screen can be easily read in bright or dark environments