The Hensel Integra Mini 300 Monolight has the flexibility, control and power photographers require for commercial, portrait, wedding or industrial work.
And the Mini 300 has brains as well as brawn. Backing up an impressive 300W/s of power are convenience features that elevate it from being just another flash head to a professional lighting tool. But what good is power if you can't deliver it when it’s needed. The Integra Mini 300 recycles in a lightening 0.25 – 1.2 sec. And it does it at flash durations as short as 1/1900 sec., so that every fleeting gesture is frozen in a dance performance, for example. And what’s power without proportion? The Integra Mini 300 offers a 6 f/stop range, down to 1/32 power in 0.1 stop increments, which makes it perfect for photographers using digital cameras.
Finally, the Integra Mini 300 is a multi-voltage monolight, which makes it useable almost anywhere in the world that has electricity. Its small size and weight mean that you'll want to take it everywhere.
- Housing made of aluminum drawn profile with metal side panels
- Multi-voltage (110 - 230V AC) high-performance mains switch
- Extremely fast flash recycle times
- Extremely short flash durations
- Extra compact pan-tilt support with integrated umbrella holder, can be positioned or removed
- Automatic energy saving mode for modeling light
- Pluggable flash tube for easy replacement
- Front panel with active back-lighting
- Output adjustment in 1/10 f/stop increments
- Performance adjustment range of 6 f/stops
- Large 7-segment performance indicator
- Active cooling due to extremely quiet fan
- Quick-change system for reflectors with EH 3.9" (10 cm) connector
- Durable foil surface with real push-buttons for tactile feel
- Hensel continuity - name and position of switches and control units are generally the same from model to model
- APD, internal power reduction when reducing power output
- Built-in photocell, switchable
- Synchronous socket for standard cord 1/4" (6.3 mm)
- Test button for manual test firing
- Very low synchronous voltage protects digital cameras
- Thermal monitoring of performance electronics