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Impact 180Ws Monolight Starter Flash with LED Modeling Light

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Impact 180Ws Monolight Starter Flash with LED Modeling Light
Key Features
  • 180Ws, 5-Stop Manual Power Range
  • Bowens Mount
  • 0.5-2.0 Second Recycle Time
  • Integrated LED Modeling Lamp
This Monolight Flash with LED Modeling Light from Impact is a compact, 180 watt-second monolight strobe that has the same features of larger strobes, making it a great starter strobe unit, as well as an addition to existing setups. Offering a variable output range of five f-stops, the monolight has an integrated optical slave for wireless triggering and includes a 3.5mm sync cord for a direct connection to a camera or a wireless triggering system.
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Is this strictly 110v only or can this be used in ...

Is this strictly 110v only or can this be used in Europe as well (220v)?
Asked by: Levan
The Impact 180Ws Monolight Starter Flash listed above is designed for use on 110 VAC / 60 Hz AC power outlets. It is not designed for use on 220/240V AC power outlets and is not a multi-voltage light fixture. If you are looking for a multi-voltage monolight, the Raya SDR-400 Alpha Monolight, B&H # RASDR400, or the Jinbei DM-3 300Ws Portable Studio Monolight, B&H # JI101011306, would be compatible for use on 220/240V AC power outlets.
Answered by: Manzell
Date published: 2021-05-11

Is the lamp bare or is there a protective ...

Is the lamp bare or is there a protective covering? I would hate to have it burn out because of finger oils.
Asked by: John
The lamp is bare without a protective covering.
Answered by: Kirk
Date published: 2020-11-10

Is the modeling light proportional?

Is the modeling light proportional?
Asked by: Dave
No, the modeling lamp on the Impact 180Ws Monolight is not proportional.
Answered by: Kirk
Date published: 2022-11-10

How does it synch to a camera? Will it synch to ...

How does it synch to a camera? Will it synch to other flashes such as Yongnuo?
Asked by: Jim
If you have a DSLR with no PC connection, buy an adapter that goes into your hot shoe with a PC terminal and use the sync cord that comes with the unit. Also, you can use the mono-light as a slave that's triggered from another flash going off.
Answered by: Kenneth
Date published: 2021-10-07
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