Profoto ComPact-R 1200 Monolight (90-260VAC)

Profoto ComPact-R 1200 Monolight (90-260VAC)

Profoto ComPact-R 1200 Monolight (90-260VAC)

B&H # PRCPR1200 MFR # 900-943
Profoto ComPact-R 1200 Monolight (90-260VAC)

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  • 1200 Watt/Seconds
  • Built-in Pocket Wizard Radio Slave

Profoto ComPact-R 1200 overview

  • 1Description

This Profoto ComPact-R 1200 Watt/Second Monolight offers the simplest and most economical way to get the best quality of light with the Profoto modular system of light shaping tools.

This monolight has a built-in, 32 channel Pocket Wizard brand Radio Slave, and it shares the same quality of light as all other Profoto flashheads.

Profoto ComPact units provide very high light output, fast recycling, and short flash duration for their size. Efficient fan cooled design assures continuous heavy-duty use.

On location or in the studio, they are perfect for fast set-up and break-down. With their lightweight, small dimensions, and multi-voltage capability, one or several can be easily packed for travel.

A removable Voltage Key Card allows instant adjustment of the line voltage anywhere in the world; just switch power cables and modeling lamps.

Fires Without Wires
The built-in 32 channel Pocket Wizard Receiver responds to you transceiver or transmitter on your camera.
Fan Cooled
Assures continuous heavy-duty performance
Fast Flash Duration
Enables the sharp capture of fast-moving subjects
A removable Voltage Key Card allows instant adjustment of the line voltage anywhere in the world.
Just switch power cables and modeling lamps.
Built In Slave
Highly sensitive optical slave for synchronization with other flashes
Ready Indication
Illuminated ready light with an audible beep
User Replaceable Flashtube
No tools are required to replace this "plug & play" flashtube.
Interchangeable Glass Covers
Available to warm/cool and soften/sharpen the light for added control
Removeable Reflector
Accepts all Optional Profoto light shapers
Umbrella Socket
Centralized umbrella socket for optimized and even light distribution
Proportional Modeling Light
Enables the photographer to get good visual representation of the flash output
Compact Design
Easy to handle and transport
In the Box
Profoto ComPact-R 1200 Watt/Second Monolight, Built-in Radio Slave (90-260VAC)
  • Flashtube for Acute 2 and Compact 1200 flash heads
  • Modeling Lamp - 500 watts/120 volts - for ComPact Plus, Acute 2
  • AC Power Cord
  • Plastic Transport Cap
  • Stand Adapter
  • Two Year Warranty when purchased for use,
    Three Month Warranty when purchased for rental.
  • Note: Sync cord and reflector not included
    Warranties do not cover flash tubes, glass covers or modeling lamps.

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    Profoto ComPact-R 1200 specs

    Maximum Watt/Seconds 1200
    Guide Number f/90 @ 3.3' @ ISO 100, with Magnum Reflector
    f/45.4 @ 3.3' @ ISO 100, with Zoom Reflector
    f/22 @ 3.3' @ ISO 100, Disc Reflector, White Umbrella.
    Recycle Time Minimum 0.3 sec, Maximum 1.8 sec @ 117V
    Minimum 0.4 sec, Maximum 2.2 sec @ 240V
    Flash Duration (t 0.5) 1/850 sec @ Maximum power
    Flash Variability Stepless 5 f/stops, Full to 1/16 power, 1200 to 75 w/s
    User Replaceable Flashtube Yes (PRFTA2)
    Changeable Reflector Yes
    Modeling Light Wattage 500W Quartz Halogen (PRMLCPP1200)
    Voltage Stabilization Yes, +/- 1%
    Flash Ready Indicator Ready Light/Open Flash, Switchable Audible Beep
    Operating Voltage Auto ranging 90-130V, switchable to auto ranging 180-260V, 45-65Hz
    Sync Voltage 20V, less than 0.3 mA current load.
    Built-in Slave Cell 32 channel Pocket Wizard Radio, Optical
    Circuit Protection Auto cutout and auto reset
    Fan Cooled Yes
    Auto Dump No
    Dimensions 19.5 x 4.75 x 6.75" (49.5 x 12 x 17 cm)
    Weight 8.25 lbs (3.8 kg)

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