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Impact Digital Monolight 160W/s (120VAC)

BH #IMVSD160 • MFR #VSD-160
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Impact Digital Monolight 160W/s (120VAC)
Key Features
  • 7" Grid Reflector, Sync Cord
The Impact Digital Monolight - 160W/s (120VAC) as part of the VSD Series of monolights is proof that a 160 watt/second monolight does not need to be expensive. The VSD160 provides enough stored power to light a head-shot portrait or small still-life setup. It has features found on monolights that cost twice as much.
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can say me what softbox is compatible?
Asked by: Alfonso R.
The impact Digital Monolight 160W/s light uses the Bowens S mount so there are many speedrings and softboxes that fit.A good speedring that will work with that flash and many softboxes is the Impact Speed Ring for Impact, Bowens S, Westcott. And there are many brands, shapes and size softboxes.This is a few of many that will work very well, the Impact Luxbanx Small Octagonal Softbox (36 ) And the Impact Luxbanx Medium Rectangular Softbox (24 x 32 ).
Answered by: Robert K.
Date published: 2018-08-27

What's the minimum wattage?

What's the minimum wattage?
Asked by: Caitlin
The Impact Digital Monolight 160W/s (120VAC), B&H # IMVSD160, has a output range from 1/1 full output to 1/16th output. At the minimum 1/16th output, the wattage output would be 10 watts.
Answered by: Manzell
Date published: 2018-11-07

question

Is there a way to turn the optical slave off to strictly use a transmitter? (Or a function to keep firing with other strobes without having to turn the entire unit off?) My master does have grouping options, but I wondered if I could just toggle between radio vs optical using the flash unit instead, if that makes sense
Asked by: Anonymous
You can cycle the optical slave off via the button on the head marked slave.
Answered by: Reuben
Date published: 2019-07-29

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this Mnolight es compatible with the Impact Luxbanx Compact Octagonal Softbox (24 ) B&H # IMLBOC FAB # LB-O-C ??is necesary other accesorie?
Asked by: Alfonso R.
This monolight can be used with the Impact Luxbanx Compact Octagonal Softbox (24 ) B&H # IMLBOC FAB # LB-O-C with the help of the Impact Speed Ring for Impact, Bowens S, Westcott B&H # IMSRIMP. Please see the image below.
Answered by: Kirk R.
Date published: 2018-08-27

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What kind of bulb does it use? And what would I buy as if I need a replacement bulb?
Asked by: miko d.
This monolight uses both the Impact Flashtube for VS300, VSD300 & VSD400 Monolight B&H # IMFTVS300 and it can use the Morris Modeling Lamp - 60 watts - for AC Slave Specialist B&H # MOLACS.
Answered by: Kirk R.
Date published: 2018-08-27

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Does this light have a model light feature?
Asked by: Lenard
Yes, this light comes with a 60 watt modeling lamp.
Answered by: Robert K.
Date published: 2018-08-27

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Does anyone know if this 16 foot wire - Impact Sync Cord Male Mini (3.5mm) to Male PC (16') B&H # IMMMPCM16 MFR # 9031440 is compatible with this mono light?
Asked by: Harvey
The Impact Sync Cord Male Mini (3.5mm) to Male PC (16') B&H # IMMMPCM16 is compatible with the Impact Two Monolight Softbox Kit (120 VAC) B&H # IMVSD1602SK.
Answered by: Kirk R.
Date published: 2018-08-27

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Will this unit work with a Nikon D3000 body and what accessories would I need for Product Photography with this?
Asked by: Unaflex ..
This monolight kit can be used with the Nikon D3000 by adding a radio trigger to it such as the Vello FreeWave LR Kit with 2 Receivers B&H # VERFWLRK. This gives you a transmitter for the camera and a receiver for each light. As for what accessories you can use for product photography, it would be best to e-mail us to [email protected] with this inquiry so we can better assist.
Answered by: Kirk R.
Date published: 2018-08-27
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