Rovelight RT 610 TTL
This 600 W/s flash can run off an internal
battery or an AC outlet via a separate
adapter. It is one of the first studio lights to
be compatible with Canon’s RT triggering
technology. Canon users can use the
600EX-RT flash as a master and the Orlit
RT 610 as the slave. The RT 610 TTL can be
adjusted from between 1/256 power to full
power in 1/10th-stop increments. You’ll get
about 450 full-powered shots on a single
battery charge. The flash supports HSS
and features 2. 3 sec. recycling times at full
power. There’s a 20W, 3200K LED modeling
lamp and a mini USB port for firmware
upgrades. It has a Bowens S-mount for
Phottix Indra 500LC
The Indra 500LC is Phottix’s first studio light that’s compatible with Canon’s radio flash system. The 500 W/s
Indra500LC uses Canon RT triggering and control technology alongside Phottix’s Laso triggering system.
Working in tandem, you can control Canon RT-enabled Speedlites and trigger the Indra500LC from the Canon
ST-E3, Canon RT Speedlites or from the Phottix Laso transmitter. The Laso triggering system also supports older,
non-RT Canon flashes as well, so you can mix and match old Canon flashes with the more powerful Indra. The
strobe also supports HSS and TTL metering and offers an eight-stop power adjustment in 1/3-stop increments.
There’s a strobo mode with an adjustable frequency between 1-100Hz for up to 100 flashes.
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The 400 W/s Matrix offers power control over
a six-stop range, from 1/32 to full power, in
1/10th-stop increments. It sports a built-in
wireless radio receiver, optical slave and
a digital display. Recycle times will range
between . 4 and 1. 7 seconds, depending on
power settings. You’ll find a 150W quartz
modeling lamp too.
An update to Profoto’s workhorse studio flash,
the D2 brings several upgrades to the older D1.
Specifically, the D2 offers faster flash durations,
HSS using Profoto’s optional Air remote, a 20 fps
continuous mode and greater power control (a
ten-stop range vs. the D1’s seven-stop range).
The 500 W/s version offers flash durations
between 1/2600 sec. up to a time-freezing
1/63,000 sec. while the 1000 W/s model clocks
in between 1/1600 sec. and 1/50,000 sec. The
500 W/s D2 boasts recycling times between .03
to . 6 sec. while the 1000 W/s D2 recycles from
.03 to 1. 2 sec. Power is adjustable in either full
stops or 1/10th-stop increments. Both support
TTL using Profoto’s optional Air remote and
incorporate a 300W halogen modeling lamp.
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Savage Universal LED1000
The tubular LED1000 delivers 1,000 watts of
5600K light with stepless power adjustment
and a digital display for light settings.
You can attach any Bowens S-mount light
modifier to the LED1000 for your light-shaping needs. The light has a CRI of 85.
Kino Flo Celeb 450 LED
If you need a large LED light with a broad range of
color temperatures, the Celeb 450 is worth a look. It is
adjustable from 2500K to 9900K with cinema color gel
presets and magenta correction. The color temperature
remains precise as you dim or increase the strength of
the light. It features a CRI of 95 and has built-in color
channels to alter the color for creative effects.