This is a Profoto Acute 2R 2400 Watt/Second Power Pack. The standard of rental studios worldwide, Profoto offers action-stopping short flash duration and fast recycling times for any type of application.
Heavy-duty design, dual voltage capability, consistency of light output and color temperature, and compatibility with Profoto's full line of modular light shaping tools, make this power pack the first choice of professional photographers around the world.
The new Acute 2R 2400 w/s mutli-voltage power supply can withstand the rigors of frequent transport and travel. This new power pack is based on the Profoto Acute 2 2400 and is identical in every way with the addition of a PocketWizard Brand Digital Radio Slave built in, to give the photographer freedom from long sync cords.
- • Wireless Freedom
- Features a built-in PocketWizard Brand Radio Slave
Attach an optional PocketWizard transmitter to the camera, and trigger the pack from up to 300' away.
- • Easy Channel Selection
- Simply turn the power supply on and the system is put into "Learn" Mode. The first signal it recieves, it remembers. To reset, turn the power supply off, then on again. Then send a new channel, which will be locked in until the power supply is turned off.
- • Seven F-Stop Range
- Can be dialed down 7 stops from 2400 to 75 w/s
- • Asymmetrical or Symmetrical Distribution
- The power level chosen can be symmetrically or asymmetrically distributed among 1, 2, or 3 flashheads.
- • Compact Design
- Measuring only 11.75 x 7.5 x 5" and weighing only 13lbs, the Acute 2R 2400 is very portable.
- • Multi-Voltage
- Compatible with all AC voltages between 90 and 260V, 50 to 60 Hz.
- • Fan Cooling
- Keeps internal components working consistently over years of operation.
- • Built in Photocell
- A built in light sensitive slave can be switched on or off.
- • Audible Beep
- Switchable signal beeps when unit is fully recycled.
- • Fast Recycling
- Valuable when shooting moving subjects.
- • Proportional Modeling Lights
- Get a good preview of the power settings. As the flash power is dialed down, the modeling light dims.