Novatron D1500, 1500 w/s 3 Head & Power Pack Kit with Wheeled Case, Umbrella, Softbox & Light Stands

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Novatron D1500: Picture 1 regular $2,199.95

About Novatron D1500

Novatron D1500 are the most advanced power packs. They are fan cooled with fully integrated digital controls and readout. The 5-1/2 f-stop range of the D1500 gives it a maximum power of 1500 w-s and a minimum of 36w-s. This 1500 watt-second pack is flag ship power pack. It has plenty of power at an excellent value.

Output is displayed on a bright 1/2 inch tall LED that can be easily seen under bright room lights and the large display is visible from many feet away. This rugged pack has misfire alarms. The sync voltage is compatible with most digital cameras.

Novatron D1500 Specifications

Power Selections
Step Variable by 1/10 stop 1500 w-s to 45w-s
Typical f/Stop STD. Head at 10õ/ISO 100
Max 32+.5, min 8
Typical Recycling Time
Under 3 Sec at any setting
Typical Guide No.STD. Head at10õ/ISO 100
398
Outlets For Flash heads
4
Household Electrical Power
120 VAC 15 AMP
Dimensions (W x D x H)
3.38 x 10.0 x 7.63 inches / 8.59 x 25.4 x 19.38cm
Weight
17 lbs / 7.71kg
Mfr #
NLD15003FCUS
SKU
NTD15003FCUS

Novatron D1500 Reviews

Reviewed by 1 customers

(1 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Love these lights

By

from Fort Worth, TX  -  Semi-pro Photographer

Forget the monolights. Nothing beats the matched output of pack & head lights. I like the infinate control of these lights couple with barndoors. Not a softbox fan, preferring diffuser panels. I can get the finest quality of light, with infinate control. I have four sets of these, and use them for everything in studio, and special events.

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Jassim J  I dont know this brand but im wondering about sync speed and after long shooting is it get hot and the light become yellow or its a quality brand ??
CRAIG W O  Jassim, I have used the Novatron D1500 for about a year now. The max sync speed have used is 1/1500 with the minimum of 1/200. I have had very good luck with the system and sometimes use all 4 heads. Under heavy shooting conditions the unit will get warm as do the lights. The 250 watt modeling lamps obviously get very hot even with the cooling fans. I have performed shoots up five hours of off and on without any problems. The modeling lamps are frosted halogen and are prone to premature failure if you are not carful in handling them when warm or hot. The strobe are made with quartz and should not yellow. This is a professional brand used by many studios but at the lower end of whats out there. They have met every need so far including hauling them out to remote locations. One comment I have is to get a pair of pocket wizards for remote triggering, the sync cord gets in the way and awkward. You'll need an adapter cable from the wizard to the household sync socket on the power module. Hope this is helpful. Good Luck, Craig
Jassim J  I dont know this brand but im wondering about sync speed and after long shooting is it get hot and the light become yellow or its a quality brand ??
CRAIG W O  Jassim, I have used the Novatron D1500 for about a year now. The max sync speed have used is 1/1500 with the minimum of 1/200. I have had very good luck with the system and sometimes use all 4 heads. Under heavy shooting conditions the unit will get warm as do the lights. The 250 watt modeling lamps obviously get very hot even with the cooling fans. I have performed shoots up five hours of off and on without any problems. The modeling lamps are frosted halogen and are prone to premature failure if you are not carful in handling them when warm or hot. The strobe are made with quartz and should not yellow. This is a professional brand used by many studios but at the lower end of whats out there. They have met every need so far including hauling them out to remote locations. One comment I have is to get a pair of pocket wizards for remote triggering, the sync cord gets in the way and awkward. You'll need an adapter cable from the wizard to the household sync socket on the power module. Hope this is helpful. Good Luck, Craig
Jassim J  I dont know this brand but im wondering about sync speed and after long shooting is it get hot and the light become yellow or its a quality brand ??
CRAIG W O  Jassim, I have used the Novatron D1500 for about a year now. The max sync speed have used is 1/1500 with the minimum of 1/200. I have had very good luck with the system and sometimes use all 4 heads. Under heavy shooting conditions the unit will get warm as do the lights. The 250 watt modeling lamps obviously get very hot even with the cooling fans. I have performed shoots up five hours of off and on without any problems. The modeling lamps are frosted halogen and are prone to premature failure if you are not carful in handling them when warm or hot. The strobe are made with quartz and should not yellow. This is a professional brand used by many studios but at the lower end of whats out there. They have met every need so far including hauling them out to remote locations. One comment I have is to get a pair of pocket wizards for remote triggering, the sync cord gets in the way and awkward. You'll need an adapter cable from the wizard to the household sync socket on the power module. Hope this is helpful. Good Luck, Craig
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