Profoto D1 2- 1000W/s / 1- 500W/s Monolight Studio Kit with Air Remote

Profoto

About Profoto D1

The Profoto D1 Air 3 Head Studio Kit includes 1- D1 Air 500W/s monolight, 2- D1 Air 1,000W/s monolights, a 1.0 x 1.3' and 2.0 x 3' softboxes with speed rings, 3- 8.0' light stands, a 10 degree grid and an Air Remote for wireless triggering. It all fits in the included wheeled D1 Trolley Bag.

No stone has been left unturned in the provision of tech and convenience features that seem to derive from professional photographers' wish lists. Beneath the sleek matte-black, high-impact polycarbonate finish and highly visible LED readout is strobe design that is digital from the ground up. The 7 stop power range breaks down to 1/10 stop increments providing flexibility, precision and consistency, made possible by dual mode SMPS capacitor charging.

A built-in 77 degree reflector (5.12" diameter) maximizes case space and is ideal for umbrella and softbox use. Features that we've come to expect from Profoto over the years: short flash duration, rapid recycling, a bright 300W modeling lamp and heavy-duty cabling are all on-board. Profoto Air System technology replaces the sync cord, allowing the head to be remotely triggered from as much as 1,000' (300 m) away using the included Air Remote transceiver. The Air Remote provides 8-channel triggering via hot shoe or mini plug, as well as full-function head control over 8 channels in 6 distinct groups. Additionally, D1 syncing and complete functionality can be wirelessly controlled via your PC or Mac by using Profoto's optional Air USB and Studio Air systems.

Modeling lamp operation is user-selectable: On/Off/Proportional and Free (manual). There is also a selectable flash confirmation (dimming) feature in addition to an audible, fully-recycled tone. The D1 is compatible with the full line of widely-acclaimed Profoto light-shaping tools. Finally, the self-sensing multi-voltage circuitry allows you to take the D1 anywhere in the world.

Profoto D1 Specifications

Maximum Watt/Seconds
500 w/s Monolight: 500
1000 w/s Monolight: 1000
500 w/s Monolight: Recycle Time
Minimum 0.1 sec, Maximum 0.9 sec @ 120V
Minimum 0.1 sec, Maximum 0.8 sec @ 230V
1000 w/s Monolight: Recycle Time
Minimum 0.2 sec, Maximum 1.8 sec @ 120V
Minimum 0.2 sec, Maximum 1.6 sec @ 230V
Flash Duration
500 w/s Monolight: 1/1000 - 1/2600 sec
1000 w/s Monolight: 1/1400 - 1/3700 sec
Flash Variability
500 w/s Monolight: 7 f/stops in 1/10 increments, Full to 1/64 power, 7.8 to 500 w/s
1000 w/s Monolight: 7 f/stops in 1/10 increments, Full to 1/64 power, 3.9 to 1000 w/s
User Replaceable Flashtube
500 w/s Monolight: Yes
1000 w/s Monolight: Yes
Changeable Reflector
500 w/s Monolight & 1000 w/s Monolight: Built-in but additionally uses full line
Modeling Light Wattage
500 w/s Monolight & 1000 w/s Monolight: At 120V: 300W
Voltage Stabilization
500 w/s Monolight & 1000 w/s Monolight: Yes
Flash Ready Indicator
500 w/s Monolight & 1000 w/s Monolight: Beep Tone and Ready Light
Operating Voltage
500 w/s Monolight & 1000 w/s Monolight: 120V-230V, Self-sensing
Built-in Slave Cell
500 w/s Monolight & 1000 w/s Monolight: IR or Optional Air
Circuit Protection
500 w/s Monolight & 1000 w/s Monolight: Adaptive thermal control
Fan Cooled
500 w/s Monolight & 1000 w/s Monolight: Yes
Auto Dump
500 w/s Monolight & 1000 w/s Monolight: Yes
Small White Umbrella: Diameter
30" (76 cm)
Light Stand: Minimum Height
35" (89 cm)
Light Stand: Maximum Height
8' (2.43 m)
Light Stand: Closed Length
31" (78.74 cm)
Light Stand: Footprint Diameter
Each leg extends 18" from the center column
Light Stand: Attachment Size
1/4-20 threaded stud
Light Stand: Air Cushioned
Yes
Operating Range
Air Remote Transceiver: 1000' (300 m)
Channels
Air Remote Transceiver: 6 groups of 8 channels each
Maximum Flash Synchronization Speed
Air Remote Transceiver: 1/250 s (focal plane)
1/500 s (leaf shutter)
1/1000 s in fast mode (depending on camera)
Delay Trigger Range
Air Remote Transceiver: Fast mode: 100u s
Normal: 465 u s
Air Remote Transceiver: Power Source
2x AAA 1.5v batteries
Shape
505-702 Softbox & 505-711 Softbox: Rectangle
Compatibility
505-702 Softbox & 505-711 Softbox: Profoto or other strobes - no hot lights
Removable Front Face
505-702 Softbox & 505-711 Softbox: Yes
Removable Interior Baffle
505-702 Softbox & 505-711 Softbox: Yes
Accepts Grids
505-702 Softbox & 505-711 Softbox: Yes
Size
505-702 Softbox: 2'x3' / 0.61 x 0.91 m
505-711 Softbox: 1' x 1.3' / 0.31 x 0.40 m
Dimensions
500 w/s Monolight: 11.8" x 5.12" / 299.72 x 130.05 mm (6.69" incl. stand adapter)
1000 w/s Monolight: 11.8" x 5.12" / 299.72 x 130.05 (6.69" incl. stand adapter)
Air Remote Transceiver: 2.7" x 1.9" x 1.6" / 68.58 x 48.26 x 40.64 mm
Weight
500 w/s Monolight: 5.36 lbs / 2.43 kg
1000 w/s Monolight: 4.91 lbs / 2.23 kg
Light Stand: 3 lbs / 1.36 kg
Air Remote Transceiver: 2.5 oz / 70.87 g (with batteries)

Profoto D1 Reviews

Reviewed by 1 customers

 
5.0

Perfect portable studio kit

By

from Paris. FR  -  Pro Photographer

Wow. People who have made this kit must be really clever. Everything fits in the bag, total weight is exactly 24kg, the exact weight and dimensions to be allowed in a plane. You have everything in one bag to do any kind of shooting, anywhere, anytime.

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Janice F  I just opened my studio and I need to buy a set of lights. What should I buy? (Beauty dish, soft box, ring flash…..) I shoot head shots and and portraits and some catalog.
JOHN S  Most people recommend soft boxes. Personally I like the look I get with umbrellas. I also like that umbrellas are more flexible; I have a set that has a white insert that goes in front of the regular silver reflector. So, I can have a silver umbrella, a white reflector umbrella, or a white shoot through umbrella, all in a very compact little package that is much cheaper than a softbox. As for the lights, I have a set of the Adorama Flashpoint monolights that I love. I have the 320M (150 Ws) and a 620M (300 Ws). Along with the umbrellas these give me a lot of power and flexibility. I can light an intimate close-in portrait or a group of 50 in a gymnasium. Also, be creative with your light modifiers; you don't have to buy every function-specific piece of equipment. If it is something you only need once, find some cheap way to do it. If it is something you use every day, you will benefit from buying the right tool.
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