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    Best studio flash kits? 6 models tested and rated

    | Accessories | Reviews | 13/02/2013 13:40pm
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    Elinchrom D-Lite 4 it Studio To Go

    Best studio flash kit: Elinchrom D-Lite 4 it Studio To Go

    Price:  £550, $790
    Buy it: www.theflashcentre.com

    Matching the Bowens for power, the Elinchrom kit is also based on two 400Ws heads, but with 66cm square softboxes (If you prefer brollies, Elinchrom sells high-quality models for around £25.)

    Everything is beautifully made, combining sturdy build quality with precision control. A DVD video guide is included.

    A wireless trigger system is included – the transmitter slots into your camera’s hotshoe.

    Push-button controls for power adjustments are accurate, calibrated in 1/10th f-stops, and output remains consistent.

    Auto power-dumping works well.

    Best studio flash kit: Elinchrom D-Lite 4 it Studio To Go

    The Elinchrom kit boasts superb build quality, and is amazingly easy to use

    Pros… Excellent quality, and it has a wireless trigger system
    Cons… You can’t use third-party umbrellas with it
    WE say… Highly effective, well put together, and a joy to use

    Score: 5/5

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    PAGE 2: Elinchrom D-Lite 4 it Studio To Go
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    Posted on Wednesday, February 13th, 2013 at 1:40 pm under Accessories, Reviews.

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