Photogenic Professional Lighting To Showcase New PowerLight® at WPPI 2011
Photogenic Professional Lighting announces the launch of the company’s new PL625DR/PL625DRC Powerlight monolights.
WPPI, Las Vegas, Nevada (Vocus/PRWEB) February 17, 2011
Photogenic Professional Lighting, a leading manufacturer of photographic lighting equipment and accessories, announces the launch of the company’s new PL625DR/PL625DRC Powerlight monolights. Photogenic will feature this new component to its PL lighting series in the Promark booth (#630) at WPPI.
The PL625DR has a 6 f-stop flash output range from 7.8 to 250Ws. The unit, which was designed for demanding lighting situations, delivers accurate and repeatable power every flash, for consistent exposures. The 250 watt-seconds strobe light works to capture movement and serves as a superior product to incandescent light in this respect. The PL625DRC has all of the same features of the PL625DR and also includes a UV Coated Flash Tube.
At full power it has a short 1/2000 second flash duration. Tight control of the flash output is accomplished through Photogenic’s digital circuitry which allows for precise adjustments in 1/10 or 1/2 f-stop increments. The 250 watt modeling lamp can be controlled to any output level necessary—full, proportional, manual or off. The flash tube is protected by Pyrex glass and is user replaceable.
“The PL625DR and PL625DRC Powerlight monolights were specifically designed for today’s demanding lighting situations and created with reliability, precision and ease-of-use in mind,” said Bob Higgins, sales and marketing manager of Promark International. “The monolights are compatible with dozens of light modifiers such as soft boxes, umbrellas and the entire Quick-Change line of light shaping accessories, which make these lights ideal for photographers of all ability levels.”
Also available with a built-in PocketWizard™ receiver, the PLR625DR will work with any PocketWizard transmitter and can trigger the light from a distance of up to 1,600 feet. With the unique built-in receiver design, there’s no need to worry about batteries or losing an additional radio receiver.
Additional features include:
For media inquiries, review unit requests, or to schedule a booth tour during WPPI to see the entire line of Promark products including Photogenic, Smith-Victor, Norman and Cool-Lux, please contact Joe Ferrary, R&J Public Relations, jferrary(at)randjpr(dot)com or 908-722-5757 begin_of_the_skype_highlighting 908-722-5757 end_of_the_skype_highlighting. Promark International, Inc. is located at booth number 630.
Flash Power: 7.8 to 250 watt-seconds
Guide Number (ISO100@10ft.): 130 w/PL7R reflector at full power.
Flash Duration (t0.5): 1/2000 second at full power; 1/640 second at 1/32 power
Recycle Time: 1.25 sec. at full power; 0.25 sec. at 1/32 power
Power Control Range: Full to 1/32 power (6 f-stops); 0.1 f-stop resolution
Modeling Light Power: 250 watt Quartz, ESS
Modeling Light Control: Range: Full to 1/32 power (6 f-stops); 0.1 f-stop resolution
Triggering: Sync jack (5 volts); Push-to-test button; Built-in photo slave
Sync Voltage: 5V isolated
Main Supply: 105 - 125 Vac, 60 Hz, 10 amps
Consumption: 0.2 amps idling, 15 amps charging
Voltage Stabilization: ± 0.05 f-stop
Overload Protection: Fuse: 3AG type 16 amp, SLO-BLO
Housing: Extruded aluminum
Weight: 4 lbs. 10 oz.
Dimensions (housing only): 4.5" x 4.5" x 6.75"
FLASH TUBES AND MODELING LAMPS:
Flash Tube: User replaceable. Use only Photogenic C4-15, C4-15C
Modeling Lamp: 250 watt quartz halogen, ESS, 150 watt quartz halogen, ESP, 100 watt quartz halogen, ESR
About Promark International, LLC
Promark engineers, designs, manufactures and sells a variety of photographic and video lighting products and light shaping accessories. Promark is located in a new 96,000-square-foot, state-of-the-art manufacturing facility in Bartlett, Ill. Brands in the Promark family include Photogenic Professional Lighting (http://www.Photogenic.com), Smith-Victor (http://www.SmithVictor.com), Norman (http://www.Normanlights.com), Cool-Lux (http://www.Cool-Lux.com), and Logan Electric (http://www.LoganElectric.com). For more information, visit http://www.promarkbrands.com.