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Norman 810903 400 W/S Battery Assembly Kit, Radio Slave

B&H # NO400BRK Mfr # 810903
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Price: $1,795.00
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Offer ends: DEC 31 '14

You Pay: $1,685.95
Product Highlights
  • a.k.a. A400B-R

The Norman 810903 Battery Assembly is one of the most popular 400 w/s flash power supplies on today's wedding/location photography market. Its all-aluminum housing is rugged and compact. It can be worn either over-the-shoulder with the included shoulder strap, or around the waist Delivering a guide number of 163 @ full power, the 400B can also be dialed down to 50 w/s.

The LH52KMR flash head has a built-in, 32 channel Pocket Wizard radio slave transceiver, which allows firing of the head from your Pocket Wizard Plus Transmitter, or MultiMax transceiver. It is designed to fit onto any flash bracket, light stand or tripod by using its 1/4"-20 threaded socket on the bottom of the lamphead.

Fires Without Wires
From your Pocket Wizard Transmitter or Transceiver...
For more Pocket Wizard MultiMax information, click HERE.
For more Pocket Wizard Plus information, click HERE.
3 F-Stop Range
3 power level settings are available.
Fast Recycle Time
The Power Supply Recycles in only 1.5 Seconds @ Maximum power.
Short Flash Duration
Stops almost all action @ 50 w/s with a 1/7200 flash duration.
Freezes a lot of sports action @ 200 w/s with 1/1800 flash duration.
Low Battery Warning
A Light warns when there are about 10 full power flashes remaining.
Easily Replaceable Flashtube
No tools are required to replace the UV coated flashtube.
Changeable Reflector
Accepts all LH52 reflectors and accessories.
Power Pack
Maximum Watt/Seconds 400
Guide Number 163 @ 10', ISO 100
Recycle Time 3 seconds @ full power
1.5 seconds @ 1/2
.8 sec. @ 1/4
.3 second @ 1/8 power
Distribution 1 Outlet
Flash Ready Indicator Ready Light on Lamphead
Built-in Slave Cell Yes, Pocket Wizard 32 channel radio slave
Auto Dump No
Fan Cooled No
Number of Flashes @ Full Power 190 +
Dimensions 10.5 x 5.25 x 3.25" (26.6 x 13.4 x 8.25 cm)
Weight 6 lb (1.72 kg)
Flash Head
Maximum Watt/Seconds 400
Replaceable Flashtube Yes (FT400)
Modeling Light No
Built-in Slave Cell Pocket Wizard 32 channel Radio
Changeable Reflector Yes
Cable 5' Coiled
Dimensions 5 x 5" (12.7 x 12.7 cm) with standard 5" reflector
Weight 1.25 lb (0.6 kg) with 5" reflector
Charger
Battery Charge Time 2.5 hrs each battery
Operating Voltage 120-230V AC
Weight 4 lb (1.8 kg)
Kit
Dimensions Not applicable
Weight 12.75 lb (5.8 kg)
Norman 810903 400 W/S Battery Assembly Kit, Radio Slave
  • Basic UV Coiled Cord Lamp Head, Radio Slave
  • 810701 5 Inch Standard Reflector
  • 812332 Power Pack - 400 Watt/Seconds
  • 2 x 812863 NiCad Battery for P400B
  • 810860 Super Dual Charger with R5003 Cable
  • Contour Shoulder Strap
  • 2 Year Manufacturer's Warranty
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    Norman -  810701 5 Inch Standard Reflector
    • You Pay: $19.95
    Usually ships in 7-14 business days i Estimated arrival at B&H is 7-14 business days. An authorization for this product will be processed upon placing the order. You will be charged for this item at the time of Shipment.
     

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