SMDV have announced the BRiHT-360 TTL and HSS enabled portable bare bulb strobe with Lithium-ion battery integrated into the flash body.
TTL enabled 2.4GHz SMDV FlashWave compatible radio receivers for both Canon and Nikon are also integrated neatly inside the BRiHT-360 flash units.
The 360Ws BRiHT-360 TTL are currently going through final testing, and SMDV are planning to release the strobes with Canon compatible transmitter at the beginning of 2016, with Nikon versions to follow.
The BRiHT-360 are a completely wireless strobe, with the removable Lithium-ion battery pack conveniently integrated into the top of the flash body.
A removable handle doubles as a light stand mount and swivel with integrated umbrella mount.
The BRiHT-360 flash name is an acronym based on the strobes features and capabilities – Bare bulb, Remote, HSS, TTL, and over 300Ws capacity.
SMDV BRiHT-360 MAIN FEATURES
- Bare Bulb
- Flash Modes – ETTL & Manual
- HSS to 1/8000th
- Integrated 2.4GHz FlashWave TTL Receivers – For Canon & Nikon
- Integrated Lithium-ion Battery
- Compact, Lightweight, Fully Cordless Unit
- Integrated Modifier Mount
- Removable Handle / Light Stand Mount & Swivel
- Compatible with SMDV snap open Speedboxes
SMDV, who also market the Godox Witstro flash units under the SMD brand, have developed the new BRiHT-360 as a smaller, lighter, and more convenient alternative to the AD360 Witstro and other similar units currently available.
SMDV are also confident the BRiHT-360 will perform better than similar current alternatives.
Keep in mind the size comparison images with the Godox AD360 shown above and below do not include the separate Godox battery pack and cord, where the BRiHT-360 are the complete unit shown.
SMDV will of course have mounting rings available which are compatible with the BRiHT-360’s integrated modifier mount, and SMDV’s popular lightweight and fast snap open Speedboxes.
With the convenience of the self contained ready to go BRiHT-360 TTL strobes this should provide an impressive combination for the many wedding, event, and portrait photographers etc constantly on the go.
PRICE AND AVAILABILITY
The BRiHT-360 TTL are currently going through final testing, and SMDV are planning to release the strobes with Canon compatible transmitter at the beginning of 2016, with Nikon versions to follow.
Pricing has not yet been specified.
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