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Elinchrom D-Lite 200W/s RX 2 Flash Head

B&H # ELDLRX2 Mfr # EL 20486.1
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You Pay: $270.24
Product Highlights
  • Built-in Skyport Wireless Receiver
  • Multi-voltage Monolight: 90-260VAC
  • Recycling: 0.2-0.8 Sec. (115V)
  • Flash Duration: 1/1,200 Sec (Full Power)
  • 5 Stop Power Variability in 1/10 Stops
  • Pre-Flash Detector
  • Fan-Cooled, Auto Dump
  • Optional iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch Apps
  • Accepts 7-8 mm Umbrella Shafts
  • Firmware Update Options

The Elinchrom D-Lite 200W/s RX 2 Flash Head raises the bar on the capabilities of a lightweight, portable strobe. The auto-sensing, multi-voltage flash D-Lite RX 2 recognizes any AC power source from 90-260VAC, allowing power variability over 5.0 stops in 1/10 stop increments. Recycling is a lightning-fast 0.2-0.8 sec. (115V) with flash durations as short as an action-stopping 1/1,200 sec at full power. But that's just the beginning.

The D-Lite 200W/s RX 2 is packed with professional and convenience features usually found in flash heads twice its price. Although this head accepts one, you won't need a PC cord. It has a built-in EL Skyport Receiver with 8 frequency channels that can handle 4 distinct groups of flashes. Separate purchase of the EL Skyport ELS Speed Transmitter not only allows you to trigger your flash at distances up to 393' but gives you control of power on/off, modeling light functions and Speed Sync activation. Free software for Mac and PC computers is available, providing additional features such as Flash-Delay for strobing effects. Add an optional WiFi module to the transmitter and you can use specially designed apps that allow full remote control via your for iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch.

D-Lite 200W/s RX 2's bayonet mount accepts all Elinchrom accessories and softboxes up to 53" (135 cm). It comes with a power cord with a U.S. plug, sync cord, flash tube and protective cap. The included 120V 100W modeling lamp must be swapped out when using the unit in nominal 230V electrical environments.

Basic Features
  • Built-in EL Skyport receiver for triggering
  • 8 Frequency channels with 4 groups
  • Speed Sync mode for synchronization up to a 1/320 sec. on enabled SLR cameras
  • Pre-Flash detector system to enable the use of D-Lite RX with speedlights
  • Power Auto-dump
  • 5V sync socket for maximum protection of digital cameras
  • Automatic temperature controlled ventilation
  • Multi-voltage auto-detection: 90-260VAC (excluding modeling lamp)
  • Lightweight but strong housing. Robust, functional and elegant
  • Accessory bayonet accepts all accessories and Rotalux softboxes up to 53" (135 cm)
  • Rubberized large handle with spare fuse storage
  • Stand bracket with extra umbrella fitting for larger umbrella shafts
  • Enhancements
  • Radio remote control of flash power settings, modeling lamp on/off, speed sync mode and triggering
  • Take full control of your unit's settings with the optional EL Skyport App for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch via the optional WiFi module
  • Additional features such as Flash-Delay for strobing effects can be accessed via the free EL Skyport Software
  • Visual Flash Confirmation option. The modeling lamp comes on to confirm the flash has been triggered and goes off when recycling
  • Proportional adjustment of the modeling lamp
  • Variable f/stop steps: 1/1, 5/10, 4/10, 3/10, 2/10 or 1/10 steps are available
  • Programmable ready beep function
  • Firmware update option
  • Maximum Watt/Seconds 200
    Flash Variability 5.0 Stops in 1/10th stop increments (12 - 200W/s)
    Recycle Time @ 230V: 0.2 - 0.6 sec
    @ 115V: 0.2 - 0.8 sec
    Flash Duration 1/1,200 Sec.
    Voltage Stabilization 0.5%
    Auto Dump Yes
    Power Requirements Multi voltage, 90-260VAC
    Modeling Light Wattage 100W
    Control: Proportional, Low, Full, On/Off
    User Replaceable Flashtube Yes
    Umbrella Mount Centered tub, for EL-umbrellas 7.0 mm diameter
    Extra fitting on bracket for larger sized shafts
    Sync Voltage 5.0V Compatibility with digital cameras
    Power Consumption 115VAC, 60Hz: No flash / recycling 160W / 850VA
    230VAC, 50Hz: No flash / recycling 140W / 1,200VA
    Triggering Synch cord (3.5 mm), optical slave
    Integrated Receiver, 4 groups, 8 frequencies
    Receiver range: 164' (50 m) indoors, 393' (120 m) outdoors
    Changeable Reflector Yes
    Flash Ready Indicator Audible, visual
    Fan Cooled Yes
    Dimensions 10.2 x 7.5 x 5.5" (26 x 19 x 14 cm)
    Weight 2.9 lb (1.3 kg)

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    5.0

    Great Value

    By bullmoon

    from ATL

    About Me Pro Photographer

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    Pros

    • Compatible
    • Consistent Color
    • Lightweight
    • Radio Control

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • General Use
      • Indoors
      • Portraits

      Comments about Elinchrom D-Lite 200W/s RX 2 Flash Head:

      We got this to add to our BRX 500 lights and to use it for lighting the background. It works perfectly - and can take the background easily to full on white (shooting @ f16/200/ISO100), and with a grid and diffusers can give a nice graduated gray or, with gels, any color we need.

      In a small studio (20x20x12), it is plenty of power - sometimes the 500's are almost too powerful. This should also work where lower apertures are desired or for fill and accent lighting.

      With radio control and decent recycle time, this is a great value - very light weight as well.

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      5.0

      Good additional Strobe to the RX4 kit

      By PhotoDave

      from Orlando, FL

      About Me Semi-pro Photographer

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      Pros

      • Lightweight
      • Powerful

      Cons

        Best Uses

        • General Use
        • Indoors
        • Portraits

        Comments about Elinchrom D-Lite 200W/s RX 2 Flash Head:

        This was bought to compliment the 2-Go kit I bought. Good third light.

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