Rent the PCB Einstein E640 to bring the studio to you. The PCB Einstein E640 lighting system is lightweight and easy to transport.
|Watt seconds||640 Ws|
|Power Variability||9 f-stops (full to 1/256 power)|
|Recycle to Full||1.7 sec.|
|Flash Duration (t.5)||1/2000 sec. (at full power)|
|Flash Duration (t.1) – in Action Mode||1/588 sec. (at full power) | 1/13,500 sec. (at 1/256 power)|
|Flash Duration (t.1) – in Color Mode||1/588 sec. (at full power) | 1/8,000 sec. (at 1/256 power)|
|Power Requirements||Automatic power switching from 95 to 265 VAC, 50/60 Hz (no lamp change or user attention required)|
|Average Current Draw||Brief initial recycle surge current of 8.5A; average draw of 8A|
|Sync / Trigger Voltage||Less than 5 volts (safe for use with DSLR cameras)|
|Modeling Lamp||250 W, 120VAC bayonet-style quartz bulb|
|Flashtube||12mm flashtube (daylight-balanced and UV-coated|
|LCD Display||Back-lit, high-resolution color LCD. 320×240 pixels; 2.4 in.|
|Stand Mount||Fits stands up to 5/8 in.|
|Umbrella Mount||Accepts umbrella rods up to 9mm|
|Weight||4 lbs. 5 oz.|
|Dimensions||7 in. (height) x 5.4 in. (diameter) x 7.8 in. (length)|
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