11 Aug Elinchrom announces One, the company’s first wireless battery-powered monolight
Source: DP Review
Elinchrom has announced its first battery-powered monolight, the Elinchrom One. The off-camera light has long been requested by Elinchrom users and includes an integrated battery. The battery provides 725 full-power flashes per charge.
In terms of flash features, the Elinchrom One is a 131 watt-second light and offers high-speed sync up to 1/7,000s in ‘Action’ mode. In normal mode, flash duration at minimum power is 1/1530s and 1/155s at maximum power. Flash modes include manual, TTL and HSS (with Transmitter Pro). The flash color at max power is 5600K in normal mode and 5900K in Action mode. Elinchrom states that the flash color is stable to +/- 150 K. The light includes a modeling lamp with an adjustable color temperature from 2,700 K to 6,500 K and a 3,000-lumens output.
As mentioned, the integrated lithium-ion battery provides up to 725 full-power flashes with a full charge. The flash can recycle in as little as 0.06 seconds at minimum power and 0.9s at max power. The flash’s power stability is +/- 0.5%. The Elinchrom One includes a USB-C port, which can be used to actively charge the light.
The Elinchrom One is roughly the size and weight of a 70-200mm f/2.8 lens, although it has a bit more diameter. Without the diffusion dome and tilt head attached, the One is 22.5 x 10 x 10 cm (8.5″ x 3.9″ x 3.9″). With the diffusion dome and tilt head, the dimensions increase to 23
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