German camera manufacturer launches new flash systems
on Monday,September 20,2010 14:09
At this year's Photokina, the world's largest trade fair for the photographic and imaging industries, the Priolite Company based in Würzburg, Germany announced that it has designed an innovative light system. The flash is mobile, flexible and fast, as well as LED-lit.
The light features a lithium-ion (Li-ion) battery - which is also energy-efficient - for mobility and reduced weight. Bidirectional radio technology has been implemented for comfort. The flash also uses Power Factor Correction, which allows for short charging time in worldwide power supply systems.
Priolite's objective is to use state-of-the-art technologies such as LED's and Li-ion batteries to create modern lighting systems in the field of professional photography. The flash comes with metal housing and precision cast parts to prevent failure under rough treatment.
The company has also released a compact studio strobe unit. Both flashes are supplemented by a line of accessories and are set up for use by a remote control.
All equipment is produced in Germany and comes with a two-year guarantee on all parts. The company will be releasing a battery-operated mobile generator this spring.
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