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Studiohut 45W Master Slave Strobe flash with sync cord


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  • Output: 45 watt seconds, Guide Number 90ft (28m), Color Temperature 5600K
  • Triggering: Slave sensor or sync cord
  • Flash Duration: 1/1000 - 1/500 of a second, Recycle Time of 5-6 seconds
  • Compact design and stores easily
  • Screws into any 110V AC socket
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 7 x 7 x 7 inches ; 2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B002FYI9ZW
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: July 2, 2009
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Product Description

These master/slave strobe flash work on any 110v power outlet. They can be easily mounted on any E27 AC mount socket adapter.
As a master unit, these strobes can be connected to a camera's PC terminal by its included removable sync cord. As a slave unit, they can be triggered by another flash light and fire instantaneously.
These flashes are great for portrait photography, background lightingor still life set ups.

Specifications:
Power:    45Watts/s
Guide Number:    90ft (28m), with ISO 100
Recycle Time:    ~5-6 seconds
Sync Cord:    ~10ft
Color Temperature:    5500-6000 K
Firing Modes:    Sync Cord or Built in SlaveSensor
Flash ready indication:    Green: On; OrangeLED: Flash ready

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By InHisHand on July 8, 2013
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Nothing but praise for this inexpensive single-strength flash. Just recognize its limitations as a low-end low-tech lighting accessory.

Pros
- Low cost
- Slave fires reliably when it optically detects another flash of any kind in a medium sized room
- Can be fired via included standard PC sync cord sporting a 3.5mm male (DSLR's may need hotshoe PC adapter)
- Screws into a standard "lightbulb" socket and is powered by 110v AC
- Syncs well with Canon DSLR's
- Trigger voltage appears to be about 5v at PC cord (seems to be within Canon's digital specs)
- Works equally well as master, key, slave, or fill
- Color temperature is equivalent to DSLR branded strobes

Limitations
- Always fires a GN 45 full brightness flash (you must understand manual camera exposure settings)
- Recycle takes a few seconds (wait time is about 4 seconds between photos)
- No built-in modeling light
- Intentional manual suppression of brightness requires pre-planning (e.g. gels, shoot-throughs, distance, etc)
- Pre-flash can accidentally trigger it (e.g. red-eye reduction or optical auto-focus pre-flash...turn those camera functions off before using)

These little flashes are perfect for the small in-home studio. They are certainly old-school in nature but will fire all day without the inconvenience of having to change batteries. At this price point they are worth buying just for the education and practice of experimenting with different lighting setups from soft glamour effects to dramatic single light arrangements.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By JohnS on April 11, 2013
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This unit is powerful and when combined with the colorful dome accessories, can provide some great mood lighting to your photos... However.. I found my unit to misfire when relying on other light sources as a trigger. This was an easy fix as I just wired in another radio trigger and problem solved. Of course that may be easier for me to do, than most, because I am using the Aputure Trigmaster Plus Kit (2x Transceivers) which cost around $66 a pair. Those of you who are invested in PocketWizards and the more expensive triggers, may not have an extra lying around.

Happy Shooting!
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I have three of these in my kit. I use them for tabletop product photography and have used them for portrait work as well. They are extremely versatile and can be screwed into a desk lamp or other unobtrusive light fixture to add a little light where you need it without having to hide a piece of lighting equipment in the scene.

There are some much more expensive versions out there, but these work equally well and recycle just as quickly (they draw their power from the AC fixture they are screwed into).
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