Broncolor Grafit A4 RFS 110 V 120 V 3200 watt Second Power Pack with 2 Head Outlets, Symmetrical and Asymmetrical.

SKU: BCB3117900 MFR: B3117907

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About Broncolor B3117907

Microprocessor controlled power pack (3200 J) with 3 lamp base connections, stabilized color temperature on 2 main connections, variable output distribution (asymmetrical/symmetrical), control range 6.7 f-stops for main connections, 4 f-stops for reserve connection in 1/10 or 1/3 f-stop intervals, display simultaneously in joules and f-stops, joules switchable to percentage, fully illuminated control panel and LCD-display, flash duration selectable on main connections, short-time exposure selectable, CTC-technology (Color Temperature Control) for constant or deliberately variable color temperature with Broncolor FCC (Flash Color Chronoscope), proportional modelling light over entire output range.

Additional functions: Flash sequences, triggering delay, selectable flash duration, slow charging, ping-pong release, stroboscopic effects with one or more power packs, choice of two infrared channels, etc., user-friendly menu-operated functions, menu text available in multiple languages (German, English, French, Spanish, Japanese, Swedish, Indonesian).

Integrated RFS interface (Radio Frequency System) for remote control respectively flash release of the unit by radio via transmitter RFS as well as by means of a transceiver RFS via PC or Macintosh computer When controlling via screen, 4 storage spaces for different lighting situations are at your disposal.

Broncolor B3117907 Features

  • Built in RFS interface
  • Automatic color temperature control, called CTC.
  • The auxiliary functions may be used for example for alternating release to reduce flash sequence times using two power packs (pingpong mode); fast strobo sequences (can be used as quasi-continuous light to assess precisely shadow edges, etc.)
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