Elinchrom Zooming SCANLITE Halogen for 300 & 650 W Halogen Lamps

Elinchrom
SKU: EL20998 MFR: EL 20998

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About Elinchrom EL 20998

The Elinchrom Zooming SCANLITE Halogen Lamp offers lighting options from wide angle to hotspot with many Elinchrom reflectors. The SCANLITE heads can be used with 110 V or 230 V. Only the halogen lamp and the fuse must apply to the correct voltages and values.

Elinchrom EL 20998 Features

  • ZOOM function for the halogen lamp
  • The ZOOM function is available from the left and right housing side
  • ZOOM angle 20 degrees to 50 degrees, with 21 cm Reflector
  • Halogen lamp on/off switch
  • Centered umbrella fitting (7 mm)
  • Extra umbrella fitting for other umbrella shaft sizes
  • Intelligent low noise fan cooling system. The electronically controlled fan spins slower or faster depending on the internal temperature of the head
  • All Elinchrom Reflectors, Softboxes and Umbrellas can be used up to 300 W (Except Portalite Softbox)
  • All Elinchrom metal Reflectors can be used up to 650 W (Except Snoot Reflector and FibreLight)
  • Large handle with rubber grip
  • Small, robust and lightweight housing

Elinchrom EL 20998 Specifications

Compatibility
Elinchrom 300 and 650 Watt Halogen lamps
Studio lighting Type
Continuous lighting
Max. Power output
650W
Cooling
Yes
Dimensions
24 x 15.5 x 20.5cm /9.4 x 6.10 x 8.07" (with glass dome)
Weight
2300g /81.13 oz
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Shopper  Is the fan very noisy? Will this work with the 1,000 Watt bulbs that the scanlite 1000 uses? Who makes the bulbs for this? Osram? Sylvania?
Shopper  I'm looking to light interiors with an even, soft lighting without . Do you think this is a good lighting option?
ANDREW H  Are you looking to light for photo or for video? If you already are using elinchrom strobes for photo, as long as you use the 300W bulb, you can use all of your elinchrom strobe modifiers with the scanlite. If you use the 650W, you can not as it puts out too much heat. The 300W puts out enough light to light an interior room for video use. Depending on the application and need for even lighting, you may need a couple lights. All depends on application, subject, room, etc. You can bounce or use scrim to soften as needed if you dont have any modifiers available.
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