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|“THE PACK BUILT WITH DIGITAL USERS IN MIND”
Using capacitor switching, the QUAD 2400 ensures total colour consistency. The power can be adjusted in 1/3 f-stops, perfect for digital work.
QUAD Power Versatility.
With two channels, choose from taking the full 2400Ws from a single socket, or dividing the power across two channels giving a wide selection of powers. Once the pack is switched to its asymmetrical mode, two channels, each with a maximum power of 1200w/s are available. As each can be adjusted independently of the other a great deal of lighting flexibility can be achieved.
QUAD Precision Power.
Flash power can be adjusted in accurate steps of 1/3rd f-stop, offering excellent control of exposure. Large LED displays show clearly the Ws output per channel. Each channel can be adjusted over three f-stops. With a minimum power output of just 37w/s the QUAD 2400 has a range of 6 f-stops.
Colour Consistency Mastered.
The overall power of the pack can be reduced using a system of capacitor switching. By reducing the number of capacitors being used a greater level of colour consistency can be achieved. In practice this means that the QUAD 2400 can be switched from 2400w/s, to 1200w/s to 600w/s with less than 70K shift in colour temperature.
Modelling Lamp Control.
In addition to selecting full power modelling or lamps in proportion, a new Auto setting will set the modelling lamp of the brightest head to maximum, even when the overall flash power of the pack is set at a low level. This helps the photographer preview their lighting, even at the lowest of flash powers.
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