Elinchrom D-Lite RX 4 - 2x Head Portalite To Go Monolight Kit


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About Elinchrom

This kit Bundle comes with $9.95 worth of free accessories including a JumpStart Guide to Lighting, Studio Flash Photography and Shipping is free! .

The Elinchrom D-Lite RX 4 - 2 x Head Portalite To Go Kit is suitable for Studio photography.

Summary of Customer Reviews

Customers most agreed on the following attributes:
Best Uses:
Portraits (3)

Elinchrom Features

  • 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
  • Multi-voltage auto-detection: 90-270 V (excluding modeling lamp)
  • 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

Flash power
400 J(Ws)
Power range f-stop
Power range Ws
25-400 J(Ws)
Power adjustment f-stops
1/10 f-stops
Recycling time, min. / max. (230 V) s
0.35 / 1.2
Recycling time, min. / max. (115 V) s
0.35 / 1.6
Flash duration
1/800 s
Power stability
Auto Power Dumping
Applies power settings automatically
Voltage V
Multi voltage, 90-260 V
Modeling lamp
100W/E27 - effective 150W
Modeling lamp setting
Proportional, low, full, off
Flashtube - Plug-in type S
Code 24009
Umbrella fitting
Centered tub, for EL-umbrellas ° 7mm
Sync voltage
5V compatibility with digital cameras
Power consumption 115 V / 60 Hz
160 W / 850 VA (no flash / recycling)
Power consumption 230 V / 50 Hz
140 W / 1200 VA (no flash / recycling)
Integrated transceiver, 4 Groups, 8 Frequencies
26x19x14cm / 10.23x7.48x5.51"
1.5kg / 3.30lbs
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Reviews about this item

Reviewed by 3 customers


Why pay more?


from Las Vegas, NV  -  Pro Photographer

I use the kit in studio with medium format digital. Ok I would have preferred the Profoto d1 500x2 kit with the Air software and usb key but that was the price of 3 kits like this one, that would have been silly. The difference is just too huge. So I am happy with this bargain. You can use all the Elinchrom modifiers except for the largest softboxes. Get the USB Skyport, that what make this kit so special. I am getting a 3rd Rx 4 head and I will certainly upgrade to Profoto or Broncolor when only the best would do.


The D-Lite RX 4 makes lighting easy


from Northern Indiana  -  Photo Enthusiast

I use the Elinchrom D-Lite RX 4 for both product photography and portrait photography. They're easy to set up and easy to get the proper readings for taking perfect pictures every time. I really don't have anything negative to say about these lights as the fit the bill perfectly for me.

(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)


Excellent Choice


from Rural Virginia  -  Semi-pro Photographer

This was the absolute best deal for my portrait studio. I looked at other brands and lighting, but for what we do this was idea.


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Marcela L  are this lights 400 watts ?
RICHARD M  Yes, each light is provides 400 watt-seconds of max output
nathan w  what is the color temperature of this monolight kit?
Andrew R  Not specified, however I believe it's somewhere in the 5600K range (+/- 150).
TRUONG D  What is the diameter of the grid reflector included with the kit?
WALTER T  There is no grid reflector in the kit
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