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White Lightning X800
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Name: White Lightning X800


Description The White Lightning™ X-Series X800 is a powerful, self-contained studio flash unit offering a total power variability range of 6 f-stops. The flashpower is independently adjustable from full power (330 Ws) down to 1/32nd of the total power (5 Ws), adjusted on the back control panel with a slide fader, capable of adjusting in whole f-stop […]

Description

The White Lightning™ X-Series X800 is a powerful, self-contained studio flash unit offering a total power variability range of 6 f-stops. The flashpower is independently adjustable from full power (330 Ws) down to 1/32nd of the total power (5 Ws), adjusted on the back control panel with a slide fader, capable of adjusting in whole f-stop increments and everywhere in between. When adjusted from a higher to a lower setting, the unit will automatically dump the excess power for accurate output.

Technical Details

  • 6 f-stop power variability (10 Ws to 330 Ws)
  • stepless slider adjustment from full to 1/32 power
  • 1 second recycle to full power
  • 1/1100 second flash duration (t.1) at full power
  • internally fan cooled for heavy duty use
  • WYSIWYG modeling previews
  • independent slider for modeling lamp adjustment
  • standard 120 VAC, 50-60 Hz power requirements
  • 4.1 pounds total weight
  • 60-Day Absolute Satisfaction Guarantee
  • 5-Year Factory Warranty

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