Norman 200 W/S  Battery Assembly Kit, Radio Slave

Norman 200 W/S Battery Assembly Kit, Radio Slave

Norman 200 W/S Battery Assembly Kit, Radio Slave

B&H # NO200CRK MFR # 810806
Norman 200 W/S  Battery Assembly Kit, Radio Slave

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  • a.k.a. A200CR
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The Norman 810806 Battery Assembly is one of the most compact 200 w/s flash power supplies on today's professional market. Its all-aluminum housing is rugged and ergonomic. It can be worn either over-the-shoulder with the included shoulder strap, or around the waist; it weighs 4 lbs. The 200C delivers a guide number of 115 @ 10' with ISO 100 film. It can be dialed down to 50 w/s.

The Norman LH52KR flash head has a built-in Pocket Wizard 32 channel transceiver that will fire the head without a camera to head pc cord. It will function with your Pocket Wizard, Plus, or Multimax unit. Flash duration of the head is ~1/900 second @ full power.

It features a power cord, flashtube, and standard reflector. 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.
System Compatibility
Accepts all Norman Series 450 lampheads, which are interchangable
between the 200C and the 400B.
Three F-Stop Range
Full, 1/2 and 1/3 settings are available.
Fast Recycle Time
The Power Supply recycles in only 1.5 Seconds @ maximum power.
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 LH2 and LH52 reflectors and accessories.
UPC: 689670171496
In the Box
Norman 200 W/S Battery Assembly Kit, Radio Slave
  • LH2KR UV Flash Head
  • 2D 5" Reflector
  • 810830 P200C 200 Watt/Second Power Pack
  • 812866 NiCad Battery for 200C
  • Super Dual Charger with R5004 "Y" Cable
  • Contour Shoulder Strap
  • 2 Year Manufacturer's Warranty
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    Norman P200C specs

    Power Pack
    Maximum Watt/Seconds 200
    Guide Number 115 @ 10', ISO 100
    Recycle Time 1.5 seconds @ full power, 0.8 sec @ 1/2 power, 0.3 sec @ 1/3 power
    Distribution Symmetrical
    Flash Ready Indicator Ready Light on Lamphead
    Built-in Slave Cell In Head
    Auto Dump No
    Fan Cooled No
    Number of Flashes @ Full Power 190 +
    Dimensions 8 x 4.75 x 2.25" (20.3 x 11 x 5.8 cm)
    Weight 3.75 lb (1.5 kg)
    Flash Head
    Maximum Watt/Seconds 200
    Replaceable Flashtube Yes (FT200)
    Modeling Light No
    Built-in Slave Cell Yes - Pocket Wizard 32 channel Radio Slave
    Changeable Reflector Yes
    Cable 5', coiled
    Dimensions 5 x 5" (12.7 x 12.7 cm) with standard 5" reflector
    Antenna ~3" (7.6 cm)
    Weight 1.3 lb (0.6 kg) with 5" reflector
    Battery Charge Time 1.5 hrs
    Operating Voltage 120-230V AC
    Weight 3.8 lb (1.7 kg)
    Dimensions Not applicable
    Weight 12.75 lb (5.8 kg)
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 11.0 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 11.0 x 10.5 x 5.5"

    Norman P200C reviews

    200 W/S Battery Assembly Kit, Radio Slave is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 2.
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Norman 200C I was looking for a strobe to take basketball pics that could keep up with a Nikon D700. With the integrated Pocket Wizard, a Super Clamp and the portability of the battery pack, I was set...or so I thought. The recycle times of the 200C precludes continuous frame capability even on the lowest setting (50 watts). The unit is built like a brick bath house. Make sure you don't unscrew the reflector locking screw too far or you'll be tearing the head apart to fish out the female end. OUTRAGEOUSLY expensive so I'm hoping to maintain a trend and get a good 10 years + out of this system.
    Date published: 2011-01-24
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Solid and simple I mainly use this for formal group shots at weddings. I use it with a Halo umbrella type soft box on a tall light stand. It is easy and fast to set up. I use the light stand bracket which gives the stand a little more balance when the pack is mounted to it. I have used a Qflash, which is nice, but I need to use the extension cord for the head with it which is one more cord to mess with. I also have used a Visatec battery operated pack, which again is nice, but it is a bit heavier than the Norman set-up. I want fast set-up and light weight. I was worried that the 200ws would not be enough and I should get th 400ws pack, but I have found the 200ws to be just right. FOr in the church group shots I'm typically about 15-20 feet from the groups. I set the shutter to get some ambient light (maybe a stop 1/2 less), usually use 400 ISO, start at the 100ws setting and I'm at F8 or so. Works for me. If the group gets big and I have to back them up towards the altar, I just turn it to the 200ws setting. It's a really great product for this type of shot. Only problem has been the plastic light cover seems to fall off easily. I use their car case for the system which holds the light and pack, a lightstand, Halo, and a tripod nicely. Light and easy.
    Date published: 2013-05-13
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