(PRWEB) November 13, 2015
NewsWatch featured the ELB 400 as part of its monthly Tech Report, which features the latest and coolest technology products available to consumers. Andrew Tropeano, a technology expert and the host of NewsWatch, conducted the review and shared with viewers how this a robust light for photographers
Travel photographers know that they want the lightest equipment possible. But no photographer wants to have a piece of equipment that’s so light that it takes away from the functionality of the device. Well, the ELB 400 is a robust portable 400ws flash system for semi pro and pro photographers who travel and shoot on location.
Just under 5 pounds and extremely portable and powerful, the ELB 400 can charge up to 350 full powered flashes, allowing photographers to capture tons of images on a single charged Lithium-ion battery. Now again it’s for the on-location shoot so it’s rugged and pretty weather-resistant. With the built-in Elinchrom Skyport system, users can remotely adjust the ELB, fire and configure it from their Skyport transmitter, laptop or even the iOS app.
Now, users can buy the ELB 400 as part of a kit. Each kit comes with the ELB 400 and its battery, charger, strap, Skyport and a choice of the action or pro heads. The differences between the kits are the type of heads. Fast flash duration use the action head. Normal flash duration use the Pro head. The price starts at $16-99 for a single head kit and goes as high as $25-59.
To learn more, visit http://www.elinchrom.com today.
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