The AKC320BR is a great choice for any photographer who needs the freedom of wireless triggering in a battery-powered monolight, without sacrificing color consistency, and needs it all on a budget. Discover the freedom that comes from shooting without a sync cord. The AKC320BR can be remotely triggered from distances up to 80 ft. away. The light has a built-in four channel radio receiver, designed for use with the RTT transmitter (sold separately). The AKC320BR also gives you the freedom of AC or DC operation. When you have to work off the grid, the light can be powered from the AKB-1 battery pack, sold separately. This ultra-portable three-pound pack provides energy for over 200 full power flashes. All StudioMax® III lights employ "constant color" technology which prevents the color temperature from visibly shifting, regardless of flash power level. You can be confident that the white balance at 160Ws is the white balance at 5Ws. Adjusting the flash power over the 6 f-stop range is a simple matter of twisting a knob. The color-corrected flash tube is user replaceable. The 100-watt modeling lamp can be operated full on or off as needed. If operating off the battery, the modeling circuit is disabled to conserve power. The AKC320BR is compact. It weighs only 2-1/2 pounds, so it's great for location work and as an accent or hair light when in the studio. A high-impact ABS housing protects the unit. There's a dedicat
The 3/8" Finger Nuts are used to securely lock the 9.Solutions 3/8" rods to different accessories. The 3/8" Connecting Nut is used to connect multiple 9.Solutions 3/8" rods together, allowing you to make longer rods.
Asis 150 cm Asis Illumus Parabolic Umbrella AS3150
The Asis Illumus Parabolic Umbrella creates a large light source that wraps around the subject. studio lights are mounted so that the light source is on-center to the umbrella for even lighting. The included cage allows for lights with lights that use a Bowens style modifier mount.
The umbrella mounts to stands with the included 3.5" Grip Head. At the end of the Umbrella's center rod is a hole to attach counterweights or sandbags.