Elinchrom

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Elinchrom S.A.
Industry Digital Imaging
Founded Renens, Switzerland
(1962)
Headquarters Renens, Switzerland
Products Studio Lightning Systems
Website http://www.elinchrom.com/

Elinchrom is a Swiss company manufacturing studio photographic flash equipment since 1962. Based in Renens, on the shores of lake Geneva, Switzerland, Elinchrom manufactures compact flash equipment, battery and power pack systems, reflectors, softboxes and a range of accessories.

Elinchrom’s lighting equipment is used around the world for both studio and outdoor purposes.

Range[edit]

D-Lite it 4 head

Elinchrom produce a range of compacts (monolight) flash heads, battery and power packs, continuous light accessories, remote controls, light shapers and other accessories.

Compacts flash heads[edit]

Recently, Elinca must have moved their tooling for the Compact series lights to India where they are now producing the EL500S units which are the same as the EL500C's before they moved production there.

  • Ranger Quadra AS, RX, RX Speed, RX Speed AS[1]
Ranger Quadra RX AS

Remote controllers[edit]

Remote controllers include:

Skyport


Continuous lighting[edit]

The continuous lighting uses tungsten bulbs with a colour temperature of around 3200° instead of daylight-balanced (5500°) flash tubes. All units accept the same range of light modifiers as the flash units, subject to the additional heat generated by the bulbs. The Scanlite range employ halogen bulbs.


Lighting modifiers[edit]

Elinchrom supply a range of lighting modifiers as accessories for their lights. Some accessories (such as umbrellas) attach to the light unit by means of a pole passing through a 7 mm hole through the head, and others (such as softboxes, reflector dishes and snoots) attach using Elinchrom's bayonet system.


Notes[edit]

  1. ^ "Elinchrom Ranger Quadra". Professional Photographer. Retrieved 22 May 2009. 
  2. ^ Newton, Dan (2 June 2008). "Elinchrom SkyPort Universal Review". Retrieved 22 May 2009. 
  3. ^ Sholik, Stan (1 September 2007). "Elinchrom's new RF flash trigger performs flawlessly in tests". Professional Photographer Magazine. 

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