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Tuesday, November 6, 2012

Hi-Tech Studio: Monolights

As ideal lighting for studio or location photographers, monolights give you a great combination of power, control and portability


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Most of today's DSLRs offer wireless off-camera flash with TTL exposure control when used with appropriate dedicated flash units. Studio flash units don't offer automatic exposure control, and exposure is generally determined via a flash meter. But many of today's studio systems do offer either built-in or accessory means of triggering wirelessly via infrared or radio signal. This eliminates cords running from camera to power supply or monolight units, and is the preferred way of working with studio flash today.

Resources
Bowens
www.bowensusa.com
Broncolor
www.broncolor.com
Paul C. Buff
www.paulcbuff.com
Comet
www.comet-usa.com
Dynalite
www.dynalite.com
Elinchrom
www.elinchrom.com
Flashpoint (Adorama)
www.adorama.com
Hensel
www.henselusa.com
Impact
www.impactstudiolighting.com
Interfit
www.interfitphotographic.com
Norman
www.normanlights
Novatron (OmegaBrandess)
www.novatron.com
Photoflex
www.photoflex.com

Photogenic
www.photogenic.com
Profoto (MAC Group)
www.profoto.com
Rime Lite
www.rimelite.com
Smith-Victor
www.smithvictor.com
Speedotron
www.speedotron.com
Visatec
www.visatec.ca
Westcott
www.fjwestcott.com


 

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