INTERFIT Honey Badger 320Ws – AC Strobe Released

INTERFIT Honey Badger 320Ws

 

Interfit Photographic have release the new Honey Badger 320Ws compact AC powered strobes, with a format and specifications clearly aimed at competing directly with the Paul C Buff Digibee DB800.

Like the Digibees, the Honey Badgers are very compact, 110V AC, voltage controlled strobes. With digitally controlled 7 stop power range (in 1/10th stop increments), and fast 1 second full power recycle times. Flash duration is 1/900s (t.1) at full power.

The Honey Badgers also feature a bright 60 watt LED modeling and video light (300 watt tungsten equivalent), with proportional and manual control. The daylight balanced LED being flicker free for video use.

For the budget conscious, the Honey Badgers at $299 are $50 cheaper than DigiBees, and include a 24″ pop up softbox. And the Interfit Remote also provides a saving over the PCB radio set.

 

INTERFIT Honey Badger 320Ws

 

Unlike the Digibees, the Honey Badger feature the popular Bowens S-type modifier mount, as well as providing an outer ring which directly mounts easybox style pop up softboxes.

The Honey Badgers also provide built-in Interfit 2.4GHz radio receivers, which can be fired and controlled by the existing Interfit S1 TTL Remotes, or the new Interfit S1 Manual Remote.

Which makes the Honey Badgers a nice compliment to the Interfit S1 TTL strobes, and builds on the Interfit 2.4GHz flash ecocsystem.

NOTE – The Honey Badgers do not provide TTL or HSS, they are remote manual strobes only.

 

INTERFIT Honey Badger 320Ws

 

INTERFIT HONEY BADGER 320Ws FEATURES

 

  • Power – 320Ws
  • Guide Number – 45m (ISO100, 1/125th, 7″ Reflector)
  • Fan Cooled
  • Bowens S-Type Mount
  • Modelling Light – 60W LED (5600K)
  • Modelling light Control – Manual and Proportional
  • Flash Modes – Manual
  • Manual Power – 1/64 – 1/1 (4.0 – 10.0) (0.1 Increments)
  • Interfit 2.4GHz Radio System
  • Radio Slave Mode – Remote Manual
  • Range – 100m +
  • Groups – 8 (A-H)
  • Channels – 15 (1-15)
  • S1 Optic Slave Mode
  • Flash Duration – (t.1) 1/900s @ full power
  • Color Temperature – 5600 +/- 200k
  • Recycle Time – 1 Second at Full Power
  • Large LED Display
  • Glass Diffusion Dome
  • 3.5mm Sync Port
  • Power Source – AC 110V / 60Hz
  • Dimensions – 5.0 x 5.0 x 6.0″ (12.7 x 12.7 x 15.2 cm)
  • Weight – 3.0 lb (1.36 kg)

 

INTERFIT Honey Badger 320Ws

 

And the budget friendly ($299) Honey Badgers even include a 24″ pop up softbox.

Together providing a very compact, portable, and lightweight kit, well suited for travelling.

 

INTERFIT Honey Badger 320Ws

 

The Honey Badgers can be controlled with all Interfit S1 TTL Remotes, as well as the new S1 Manual Remote. This allows full control over the light’s power range, modeling lamp, and beep function.

The S1 Manual Remote is a simplified version of the TTL Remote, though provides individual control for up to 8 groups of lights (up from 3 groups with the S1 TTL Remote). 15 channels are also provided.

 

INTERFIT S1 Manual Remote

 

INTERFIT HONEY BADGER 320Ws SPECS

 

Maximum Wattssecond 320Ws
Power Range 7-Stops (320Ws – 5Ws)
Guide Number *100ISO, 1/125, 1m, 7″ reflector, 148′ (f45)
Flash Variability 1/10th Stop increments
Recycle Time Full Power 1 second
Flash Duration (t.1) 1/900 @ full power
Color Temperature 5600K +/- 200K
Modeling Lamp 60W LED, 5600K
Wireless Control Compatible with all Interfit S1 remotes
Maximum Flash Sync Speed 1/250 sec
Operating Voltage 110VAC
Fan Cooling Yes
Auto Power Dump Yes
Temperature Regulation Yes – Auto shutoff
Umbrella Mount Accepts up to 8mm umbrella shafts
Dimensions 5″ x 5″ x 6″
Weight 3lb
Mount Bowens® S-Type with Pop-up softbox ring
Included Softbox 24″ Pop-up with diffusers

 

 

INTERFIT Honey Badger 320Ws

 

PRICE AND AVAILABILITY

 

The Interfit Honey Badger 320Ws strobes will be available mid August 2017 from $299 –

Adorama, Amazon, UK, B&H PhotoEbay

 

2-Light Kits – Adorama, Amazon, UK, B&H PhotoEbay

S1 Manual Remote – Adorama, Amazon, UK, B&H PhotoEbay

 

Interfit – Website

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2 Comments
  1. Mike 4 months ago

    If the LED is of decent quality this is starting to bridge photo and video. Curious how this will turn out.

  2. Motti 3 months ago

    I still think that the AD200 is a better purchase. It’s a bit less powerful but with a built in battery capable of 500 full power shots and a built in radio, you get a much more value for your money.

    Oh yeah, forgot the TTL and HSS features that both the Digibees and the Honey Badgers do not have.

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