Bron­color Siros Mono­light

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Bron­color de­scribes the Siros range of mono­lights as ‘pure in­no­va­tion’ — and, in bring­ing their flash units into the 21st cen­tury, it does so for good rea­son. Bring­ing stu­dio light­ing into the dig­i­tal arena, the Siros mod­els of­fer Wi-Fi con­trol with iPhone and iPad through Bron­color’s spe­cially de­vel­oped light con­trol iOS app, ‘BronCon­trol’, with an An­droid al­ter­na­tive soon to be re­leased. The app al­lows users to con­trol the power out­put and other set­tings, with­out hav­ing to use the man­ual con­trols on the back of flash units.

En­closed in a ro­bust hous­ing, the range is avail­able within the stan­dard 400 joules, and the ‘S’ vari­ant that packs a punch with a mas­sive 800 joules of power. Both op­tions fea­ture a con­trol range of up to nine f-stops and just two joules of power, al­low­ing pho­tog­ra­phers a near-un­re­stricted choice of aper­ture and un­lim­ited cre­ative op­por­tu­ni­ties.

The ECTC tech­nol­ogy from Bron­color’s high-end Scoro and Move power packs are again uti­lized within the Siros, guar­an­tee­ing flash du­ra­tions from just 1/13,000th of a sec­ond, and con­sis­tent colour across the flash curve. Plus, with ul­tra-fast flash du­ra­tions and short charg­ing times, the Siros range is both a pow­er­ful and uni­ver­sal in-stu­dio op­tion.

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