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The Impact LiteTrek 4.0 DC Two Monolight and Mini LiteTrek (LT) Battery Pack Kit provides everything you'll need for portrait, fashion, sports or corporate photography in the field.
The LiteTrek 4.0 DC Flash Head has a 400W/s capacity, delivered in 1-2 seconds with very short flash durations. The head comes with an umbrella reflector, power and sync cords and a removable stand mount. And what could be better than 1 LiteTrek head? Two heads of course, and that's exactly what's included in this kit.
Power is provided by the included Impact LiteTrek (LT) Battery Pack which supplies the head with 650 maximum power flashes and 3500 minimum power pops. The battery stage is removable so you can purchase extra power potential without hauling the extra weight. Even better, the battery alone is less than 1/2 the price of the complete system. The Battery Pack comes with a multi-voltage charger. also included is a sturdy 14.5 x 11 x 8.5" aluminum case which is configured to hold one complete LiteTrek system (2nd head does not fit). The LiteTrek 4.0 is compatible with Impact and Bowens bayonet-mount accessories when used with the optional, required reflector adapter. (B&H # IMBAFH)
Scott Kelby Testimonial, the World's #1 Bestselling Author of Photography Books "Being able to use a small, lightweight, super-portable pack like this just makes things so much easier. Being able to have studio-quality lighting on location, without hauling loads of gear around makes a big difference for anybody who thinks "less is more". Used this rig last week for a dusk shoot, and it worked like a charm and refreshed much faster than I was expecting."
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Impact LiteTrek 4.0 DC Two Monolight and Mini LiteTrek (LT) Battery Pack Kit Review