Inon Z-330 Strobe

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Inon Z-330 Strobe

This top-of-the-line strobe has a guide number of 33 and wide-angle coverage of 110degrees.

Oversized controls are claimed to make it easy to use with gloves, while phosphorescent scales assist in reading settings in poor light. There’s a built-in 220-lumen LED modelling light and protection against overheating. S-TTL and manual exposure is provided. Hard-wired or optical cables can be used. A shade reduces backscatter and flare on the side of the Z-330 closest to the camera lens. The strobe costs £700.

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