Profoto B1 500 AirTTL (including Battery, Charger 2.8A and Bag XS)
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- Optional Remote Control with Air TTL-C/N
- 500W/s, 9-Stop Power Range
- Lithium-ion Battery Powered
- Up to 220 Full-Power Flashes
- High Speed Sync to 1/8,000 Sec.
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Busy photographers can literally set up their lights, slip the optional Air Remote TTL-C or TTL-N transmitter onto their camera's hot shoe and point-and-shoot without taking a reading and testing. Traditionally point-and-shoot would be a suspect term for a pro, but not if you're shooting back to back jobs on an impossible schedule with what you thought was an undoable deadline. Composition, posing etc, is of course up to the photographer, but time after time the B1 will give you a first shot exposure that's a keeper.
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I bought in store on a bit too much impulse. I wanted to do more with strobes and his baby does that and does it well. But perhaps I should have slowed down. I could have gotten 3x the light for the same price.
Many stores ONLY stock Profoto strobes and then tout it as in such separate class that nothing else is worth considering. That is utterly false. The Godox 600 style lights are also self contained and are equal to or better to Profoto on many areas. There's some good YouTube videos on this.
I do this for a living and I generally buying the best and am happy to do it. But after paying more than 3x more for this and it's wireless transmitter than the alternative, I can say I actually felt used. I don't feel like I got what I paid for. It does seem to be a good light and if it was $1000 instead of two it would be a reasonable expense over lights that do the same for $700.
SO just don't rush into it. Look at the reviews and comparisons with the GD600 lights and make your choice based on what you need rather than on fads from trade shows that are sponsored bu Profoto.