Regardless of what camera you use, every image can be enhanced with Elinchrom lighting equipment. Because it gives life to light, Elinchrom is the preferred and recommended brand by several professional photographers. Like the chocolates made from its home country Switzerland, Elinchrom lights and accessories provide sweet accents to every image it is used.
Of course, impressive studio lighting starts with the light itself. There’s the D-Lite RX 4 for advanced photographers and the D-Lite RX One for novice ones. Also available are also compact flash units such as the BRX 500 and the ELC Pro HD 1000 to name a few. If you need something that is easy to transport, perhaps you can look at the Quadra and Zoom flash heads. Of course, how can we not throw in the Ranger Freelite series to the mix? And yes, these flashes can bet triggered remotely using Elinchrom transceivers and can be powered by compatible Elinchrom Power Packs.
These light sources can be enhanced with a number of related Elinchrom accessories and equipment. First off are the gobo discs that shape emitted light to render dramatic effects. Next, heat-resistant barndoors help funnel the light to a concentrated spot. Meanwhile, ring flashes provide even light distribution to negate shadows. Reflectors and photo umbrellas can also assist in giving light that perfect bounce. But when it comes to controlling light, it pays to have any Elinchrom softbox in hand.
Perhaps the most popular among Elinchrom softboxes is the Octa because of its ability to create nice circular catchlights around the subject’s eyes. Aside from that, you can also check the compact Portalite and the Rotalux softboxes that come in rectangular, strip, and square dimensions. The same dimensions are available for the Litemotiv. So in order to whip out a great blend of photography lighting, make sure you use Elinchrom products.
All our Elinchrom products come with 12 Months Genuine Australian Manufacturer’s Warranty.
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