Elinchrom D-Lite RX 2 Compact Monolight with built-in Skyport, 200Ws Energy

SKU: EL204861 MFR: EL 20486.1
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The Elinchrom D-Lite RX 2 studio flash system (200Ws Energy) is the entry range of the Elinchrom studio flash family. Whether you are new to lighting, already have speedlights or just want to take your photography to the next level, the D-Lite RX 2 provide all you need. Ideal for small business applications, portraiture, for anyone interested in the art and creativity of lighting, these Swiss designed and tested units will not only give many years of satisfactory service and pleasure but also allow the upgrade to more advanced units if necessary.

Elinchrom Features

  • Radio Remote Control of flash power settings, Modeling lamp on/off, Speed sync mode and Triggering
  • Take full control of your units settings with the EL-Skyport App for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch via the optional Wi-Fi module
  • Additional features can be found when used with the EL-Skyport Software such as Flash-Delay for strobing-effects
  • Visual Flash Confirmation option. The modeling lamp comes on to confirm the flash has been triggered
  • Proportionality adjustment of the modeling lamp range
  • Programmable ready beep function
  • Firmware update option
  • Built-in EL-Skyport receiver for triggering
  • EL-Skyport with 8 Frequency Channels with 4 Groups
  • EL-Skyport Speed Sync mode for synchronization up to a 1/320 s on enabled SLR cameras
  • Pre-flash detector system to enable the use of D-Lite RX with speedlights
  • Power Auto-dump
  • 5V sync socket for maximum protection of digital cameras
  • Automatic temperature controlled ventilation
  • Lightweight and strong housing. Robust, functional and elegant
  • Accessory bayonet accepting all accessories and Rotalux softboxes up to 135 cm
  • Rubberized large handle with spare fuse storage
  • Stand bracket with extra umbrella fitting for larger umbrella shafts

Elinchrom Specifications

Energy (Ws)
Sync voltage
5 V (compatible with all cameras)
EL-Skyport (Built-in)
Integrated transceiver, 8 Frequency Channels and 4 Groups with full RX features
Variable f-stop steps
1/1, 5/10, 4/10, 3/10, 2/10 or 1/10 steps
Standard stand socket
0.625" / 1.58cm
Multi-voltage auto-detection
90-270 V (excluding modeling lamp)
Sync socket
3.5mm Jack

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robert f  The modeling light wont turn on. The LED indicates, and the prop menu agrees, that it should be on maximum. This is a new unit, and bulb. Any suggestions?
HERBERT P  The ultimate test is to take the bulb out of a standard light socket, screw the Elinchrom bulb in, and turn the light on. If the bulb is good, it will be VERY bright. Don't look directly at it when you turn it on. Turn it off. If the bulb is bad, the light won't come on. If you have a VOM, try a continuity and resistance check. If the filament is broken in the bulb, you won't get a continuity signal. The bulb's resistance should be about 81 ohms. If the filament is broken, the resistance should be infinite. Even though the bulb is new, shock can still easily break the filament. If the bulb is good, something is wrong in the flash circuitry. Send the unit back for replacement.
ernie s  does this unit have the same speed ring attachment as the BXRI mono lights?
Andrew R  Elinchrom specifies: "Accessory bayonet accepting all accessories and Rotalux softboxes up to 135 cm."
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