TTL Strobes

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  1. Munkiboy

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    It's expensive just for a single head.

    And.... That's what she said! Boom Boom!!
     
  3. FranchiseJuan

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    It looks nice, but it is quite expensive for that it is.... Then again this is Profoto so they are never going to be cheap. Nice size to include battery pack.
     
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    I liked them up til I saw the price...... ouch.
     
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    $2k I thought....not so bad for the set.

    Then I saw its for ONE mono block will battery and charger only...
    and then $395 for each remote...:wired:

     
  6. kingbob86

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    It's all relative... if you need the powerfor say a larger light modifier outdoors and want TTL then this is pretty much the same price as say 4x600EX flashes and will produce a heap more power than 4 of those together.
     
  7. humanrace

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    its cool, would be great for outdoors in changing conditions :D

    its probably the future, sure you dont need it in a studio, but it doesnt hurt to have them in all strobes as standard. there are many generic brands that have ttl figured out, its only a matter of time before its more common.
     
  8. Xang

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    You get what you pay for.

    Looks sweet, would love to have one of these in the bag.
     
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    Quite cheap, considering how much portable Profotos would cost.
     
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    It's horses for courses, but for the setups in the demo vids for Profoto you're talking over $8k of lighting for thr 4 lights plus controller, plus modifiers..... that's a lot of speedlights! :)
     

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