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Godox AD400Pro Witstro All-in-One Outdoor Flash

Godox AD400Pro Witstro All-in-One Outdoor Flash

B&H # GOAD400PRO MFR # AD400PRO

Key Features

  • Built-In 2.4 GHz Wireless X System
  • Compatible with Most TTL Systems
  • 400Ws, 1/256 to 1/1 Power Output
  • Lithium-Ion Battery Powered
$64900
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Impact VC-500WLN 3-500Ws Digital Monolight with Transmitter Kit

Impact VC-500WLN 3-500Ws Digital Monolight with Transmitter Kit

B&H # IMVC500WL3KN MFR # VC-500WL3KN

Key Features

  • Total of 1500Ws, 120 VAC
  • 3 x VC-500WLN Digital Monolights
  • Digital Readout
  • 3 x Kit Stands, 7" Reflectors
$69995
Reg. $1,099.95
Save $400.00
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Godox AD200Pro TTL Pocket Flash Kit

B&H # GOAD200PRO MFR # AD200PRO

Key Features

  • 1 x Speedlight, 1 x Bare Bulb Flash Head
  • 1 x Lithium Battery, 1 x Charger
  • Built-In Wireless X System Receiver
  • HSS: 1/8000 sec, Battery: 500 FP Flashes
$34900
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Godox AD200 TTL Pocket Flash Kit

B&H # GOAD200KIT MFR # AD200 KIT

Key Features

  • 1 x Speedlite, 1 x Bare Bulb Flash Head
  • 1 x Lithium Battery, 1 x Charger
  • Built-In Wireless X System Receiver
  • Optional X1 Wireless TTL Transmitter
$29900
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Impact One Monolight Kit (220VAC)

B&H # IMEX100AKX MFR # EX100AE-KI

Key Features

  • 100W/s
  • 24x24" Softbox
  • Sync Cord, Light Stand
$15895
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Godox MS300 Monolight

B&H # GOMS300 MFR # MS300

Key Features

  • 300Ws, 5600K Color Temperature
  • 0.1-1.8 sec Recycling
  • Flash Duration: 1/2000 to 1/800 Second
  • Optional X1, XT16, X2, XPro Transmitters
$10900
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Godox DP400III 400Ws Professional Studio Flash

B&H # GODP400III MFR # DP400III

Key Features

  • Full Power Recycle Time: 1.0 sec
  • 1/2000 to 1/800 Flash Duration
  • Built-In 2.4 GHz Wireless X System
  • 1/64 to 1/1 Power Variation in 61 Steps
$19900
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Godox Witstro H200R Round Flash Head for AD200 TTL Pocket Flash

B&H # GOH200R MFR # H200R

Key Features

  • Attaches to AD200 Flash
  • Generates 200Ws Flash Output
  • Spiral Flash Tube for Soft, Even Light
  • Optional Accessories for Magnetic Mount
$7900
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Profoto B10 Plus OCF Flash Head

B&H # PRB10PF MFR # 901164

Key Features

  • 500Ws, 10-Stop Power Range
  • Length: 9.3", Diameter: 3.9"
  • Li-Ion Battery: 200 Full-Power Flashes
  • Sync B10 Flash with iPhone Camera
$2,19500
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Godox AD300pro Outdoor Flash

B&H # GOAD300PRO MFR # AD300PRO

Key Features

  • 300Ws, Recycling: 0.01 to 1.5 Seconds
  • 9-Stop Power Range, HSS to 1/8000 sec
  • Li-Ion Battery: 300 Full Power Flashes
  • LED Modeling Light: 3000 to 6000K
$49900
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Godox SK400II Studio Strobe

B&H # GOSK400II MFR # SK400II

Key Features

  • 400Ws, 5600K Color Temperature
  • 0.1 to 1 Second Recycling
  • Flash Duration: 1/800 to 1/2000 sec
  • Optional X1, FT-16, XT16 Transmitters
$13900
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Westcott FJ400 400Ws Strobe with AC/DC Battery (US/No. America Plug)

B&H # WEFJ400S MFR # 4700

Key Features

  • US/No. America Power Cord
  • 400WS, AC or Included Battery Power
  • 0.05 to 0.9 Second Recycle Time
  • 9-Stop Power Range, 0.1 & 1.0 Increments
$59990
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Godox AD300pro Dual Flashes Backpack Kit with Octa Softbox

B&H # GOAD300PROK MFR # AD300PRO KIT

Key Features

  • Two AD300pro Flash Heads
  • Octa Softbox, Two Umbrellas
  • 300Ws, Recycling: 0.01-1.5 Seconds
  • 9-Stop Power Range, HSS to 1/8000 sec
$1,01900
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Godox AD600Pro Witstro All-in-One Outdoor Flash

B&H # GOAD600PRO MFR # AD600PRO

Key Features

  • Built-In 2.4 GHz Wireless X System
  • Compatible with Most TTL Systems
  • 600Ws, 1/256 to 1/1 Power Output
  • Lithium-Ion Battery Powered
$89900
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Godox Dual Power Flash Bracket for AD200

B&H # GOADB2 MFR # AD-B2

Key Features

  • Bowens Front Accessory Mount
  • Doubles Flash Power
  • 5/8" Receiver
$5900
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Godox MS300-D 3-Monolight Kit

B&H # GOMS300D MFR # MS300-D

Key Features

  • 3 x MS300 Monolights: 300Ws
  • 1 x Black/Silver Umbrella: 40"
  • 1 x XT-16 Remote Trigger, 1 x Reflector
  • 2 x Softboxes, 3 x Light Stands
$54900
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Profoto B10X Plus OCF Flash Head

B&H # PRB10XPF MFR # 901193

Key Features

  • 500Ws, Li-Ion Battery, 10-Stop Range
  • 200 Full-Power Flashes, TTL
  • Recycling: 0.05 to 2.2 sec, HSS
  • Built-In Radio and Bluetooth Release
$2,29500
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Westcott FJ400 400Ws Strobe with AC/DC Battery 2-Light Backpack Kit

B&H # WEFJ400S2K MFR # 4713

Key Features

  • 2 x FJ400 Strobe with Battery
  • 1 x FJ-X2m Wireless Radio Trigger
  • 2 x Diffusion Dome
  • 2 x AC Adapter, 2 x Gel Set
$1,37990
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Godox AD100pro Pocket Flash

B&H # GOAD100PRO MFR # AD100PRO

Key Features

  • Power: 100Ws in 9 Steps: 1/1 - 1/256
  • 1 x Lithium-Ion Battery, 1 x Charger
  • Recycling: 0.01-1.5 sec, HSS
  • TTL with Additional Equipment
$29900
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Westcott FJ400 400Ws Strobe with AC/DC Battery 1-Light Backpack Kit

B&H # WEFJ400S1K MFR # 4712

Key Features

  • 1 x FJ400 Strobe with Battery
  • 1 x FJ-X2m Wireless Radio Trigger
  • 1 x Diffusion Dome
  • 1 x AC Adapter, 1 x Gel Set
$87990
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Westcott 2-Light Location Kit with FJ-X2m Wireless Trigger, Rapid Box Switch Octa-M, and 1x3 Strip Bank (US Plug)

B&H # WEFJ400S2LK MFR # 4716

Key Features

  • 2 x FJ400 Strobes with Battery
  • 2 x AC Cords for US/No. America
  • 1 x FJ-X2m Wireless Radio Trigger
  • 2 x Domes, 2 x AC Adapters, 2 x Gel Sets
$1,99990
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Profoto B10X Plus OCF Flash Duo Kit

B&H # PRB10XPDUOK MFR # 901195

Key Features

  • 2 x B10X Plus 500Ws Flash Heads
  • 2 x Li-Ion Batteries, 2 x Chargers
  • 2 x Stand Adapters, Core Backpack
  • 200 Full-Power Flashes, TTL
$4,54500
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Godox DP600III Flash Head

B&H # GODP600III MFR # DP600III

Key Features

  • 600Ws with 6 Stops of Power Adjustment
  • Recycle Time: 0.3-1.0 Second
  • 1/2000 to 1/800 Flash Duration
  • Built-In 2.4 GHz Wireless X System
$27900
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Westcott FJ200 Strobe

B&H # WE4740 MFR # 4740

Key Features

  • Recycling: 0.5 to 1.3 sec, Supports HSS
  • Built-In Receiver, 328' Wireless Range
  • TTL Capability with Optional Trigger
  • Round Head: More Efficient Light Output
$39990
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Godox SK400II 2-Light Studio Flash Kit

B&H # GOSK400IIE MFR # SK400II-E

Key Features

  • 2 x SK400II Flash Heads
  • 2 x Light Stands
  • 1 x Softbox: 23.6 x 35.4"
  • 2 x Umbrellas: 40"
$46900
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Godox AD200Pro Pocket Flash with XProC Trigger Kit for Canon

B&H # GOAD200PRPTC

Key Features

  • 1 x Speedlight, 1 x Bare Bulb Flash Head
  • 1 x Lithium Battery, 1 x Charger
  • 1 x Wireless Flash Trigger for Canon
  • HSS: 1/8000 sec, Battery: 500 FP Flashes
$41800
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Godox AD200Pro Pocket Flash with XProN Trigger Kit for Nikon

B&H # GOAD200PRPTN

Key Features

  • 1 x Speedlight, 1 x Bare Bulb Flash Head
  • 1 x Lithium Battery, 1 x Charger
  • 1 x Wireless Flash Trigger for Nikon
  • HSS: 1/8000 sec, Battery: 500 FP Flashes
$41800
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Godox SK300II Studio Strobe

B&H # GOSK300II MFR # SK300II

Key Features

  • 300Ws, 5600K Color Temperature
  • 0.1 to 1 Second Recycling
  • Flash Duration: 1/800 to 1/2000 sec
  • Optional X1, FT-16, XT16 Transmitters
$10900
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Elinchrom D-Lite RX 4/4 Softbox To Go Kit

B&H # ELDLR4SGKT MFR # EL20839.2

Key Features

  • 2x D-Lite RX 4 Flash Heads
  • EL-Skyport Transmitter Plus
  • Portalite Rectangular Softbox
  • Portalite Octagonal Softbox
$84999
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Elinchrom ELC 500 Dual Studio Monolight Kit

B&H # EL207372US MFR # EL20737.2.US

Key Features

  • Two ELC 500 Monolights
  • Two 90° Wide Angle Reflectors
  • Case
  • 500Ws, 7-Stop Power Range
$1,67999
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Making the Most of Monolights

Also known as studio strobes or monoblocks, monolights are self-contained flashes that house the lamp, fan, and power supply in one unit. They deliver powerful illumination with minimal recycle time, and are extremely versatile. Most are battery-powered monolights that draw power from AC sources such as standard wall sockets. You also find battery-powered strobes that connect to DC power sources such as portable battery packs.


Using a Monolight

Setting up your monolight involves fitting it on a stand, connecting the power and camera, and tweaking the settings. Connection to the camera is usually via cords, such as 3.5mm jacks, x-sync, Prontor-Compur (PC) cables, or IR or other wireless systems. Most models feature adjustable outputs, usually comprising of full, half, and quarter power, with some models allowing outputs of as low as 1/32. Unlike regular strobes, which you can control from a central console, each studio strobe needs individual adjustment. However, remote controls are available for certain models.


Differences Between Monolights and Speedlights

Both monolights and speedlights provide flash lighting. Monolight strobes run on AC power, which means powerful illumination and fast recycling times. In addition, as you position them individually, they don't need long, cumbersome, power-sapping extension cables. However, they can be bulky, which makes them more suitable for indoor studio use. They can also be expensive, especially when factoring in the cost of accessories such as softboxes, battery packs, and umbrellas.

Also known as flash guns, speedlights are devices that you mount either on hot shoes or off camera on light stands. Compared to monolights, they're reasonably priced and compact. In addition, as they usually run on AA batteries, they're very convenient. On the other hand, they deliver slower recycling times and far less illuminating power than monolight strobes.


How to Choose a Monolight

As with investing in any photographic equipment, your choice of monolight depends on your resources and intended use. The more spacious your studio, the more power you need from your flash, and the more units you'll need.

Weight is another matter. Monolights can be bulky, so you need to be sure your stands can handle the weight and size. With power packs and strobe lighting, you get flexible options that feature flash heads, power packs, and kits.

You'll also have to consider the matter of consistency. This refers to the variance in power output from flash to flash. As a guide, units that vary over 1/5 of an F-stop are often inconsistent. Obviously, this makes it difficult for photographers to calculate aperture settings with any accuracy.

Another factor to consider when investing in a monolight is the availability of accessories and spare parts. The more solid the brand, the more likely it is to be available. Leading makers such as Profoto and Godox, for example, come with a full range of accessories.


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