Godox makes official announcement of P2400, a 2400 watt-second AC powered system

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Godox makes official announcement of P2400, a 2400 watt-second AC powered system


Pricing and availability: TBA

Pack features:
Can be used with two heads

Max output energy : 2400 w-s (joules)
Min output energy: 4.6 w-s

Flash modes: Manual or Multi-flash

Color stability at all energy levels: +/- 75˚ K

Wireless sync /control options : built-in receiver for 2.4Ghz or 433 Mhz

Recycling time at full power (one head) 0.7 seconds)

Symmetrical or asymmetric energy distribution in tenth stop increments.

minimum flash duration ( presumably, a single head at minimum energy): 1/17,800th second ( t0.1 f.d. standard)

Multi-flash option (stroboscopic mode) up to 100 per second ( also presumably at minimum power)

Flash delay from 01. to 30 seconds

The pack is fan cooled and AC (mains) powered.

weight: 11kg)

size: 330 x 287 x 202 mm

Details of standard H2400P Head*

Bowens-s type modifier / reflector mount

up to 2400 w-s input

"Zoomable" flash head: flash tube assembly can be moved forward or back to optimize light distribution pattern in a fixed position reflector ( for you old guys out there, the Balcar Z heads worked the same way while Profoto Pro and Speedotron Blackline 202 VF heads diddo the same thing by moving the reflector forward or back)

60 watt LED modeling light ( equivalent in brightness to a 300 watt Quartz-Halogen modeling lamp)

* Godox says more heads will be coming.

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