Broncolor power packs have a long history of peak performance and durable construction making them ideal for years of heavy use. Long-life capacitors, durable components and solid state design ensure trouble-free operation.
A company already known for creating benchmark products, Broncolor raises the bar to even loftier heights with the introduction of the Scoro E 1600 RFS 2 Power Pack (100-240V) sporting a redesigned, sleek look. The pack is, metaphorically speaking, a "stripped down for racing" version of the Scoro S packs. The E packs provide raw power, very fast recycling and extremely short flash durations regulated via individual power control of its 2 flash outlets in 1/10 stop increments. It's almost like having 2 separate power packs, each capable of asymmetrical or symmetrical distribution. Another key, unique feature shared with the Scoro S line is ECTC technology. Enhanced Color Temperature Control is aimed at preventing color shift over the entire output range which is no mean feat when you consider the Scoro E 1600 RFS 2's 9 stop power range. Broncolor is unmatched in this type of consistency. This pack is multi-voltage (100-240VAC) so you can use virtually anywhere in the world where there's electricity. At 100-120VAC the Scoro E 1600 RFS 2 supports bright 300W modeling lamps, while in a 200-240VAC environment, super-bright 650W lamps are possible. In any case, the pack allows you to select proportional output that mimics the power setting, as well as full power and low power. You can even extend modeling light proportionality to other Broncolor packs and heads with different power ratings by using the "prop 1-prop 5" modeling light intensity compensation levels.
Controllable from camera or Mac or PC computer via the built-in RF receiver, the pack also has a Sequence feature that allows you to program a defined number of sequential flashes for special effects or scientific work. Besides speed, power and style, the hallmark of a Bron pack is consistency: digital controls can be returned to exactly the same settings an hour or a year later.