Godox Sy3000 AC Slave Bulb

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Flash output power (WS): 55
GN (m) (ISO-100): 33
Illumination angle: >38 x 55
Operating Voltage: AC220V/50Hz or AC110V/60Hz
Recycle time: 5s
Color temperature: about 5500-5600K
Optical control distance: 10m / GN18
Flash Duration: 1/800 sec
Connecting line: E27 Screw thread lamp holder

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Photo Lighting

Photo Lighting Sometimes strobe lighting can trigger seizures in photosensitive epilepsy. An infamous event took place in 1997 in Japan when an episode of the Pokémon anime, Dennō Senshi Porygon (commonly translated known as Electric Soldier Porygon), featured a scene that depicted a huge explosion using flashing red and blue lights, causing about 685 of the viewing children to be sent to hospitals.[5] These flashes were extremely bright strobe lights. They involved multiple colors with a strobe effect at about 12 Hz. Although 95% of the 685 just complained of dizziness, some were hospitalized. Organizers later said that they did not know about the threshold of strobing.

Studio Strobe Lights

Most strobe lights on sale to the public are factory-limited to about 10–12 Hz (10–12 flashes per second) in their internal oscillators, although externally triggered strobe lights will often flash as frequently as possible. Studies have shown that the majority of people that are susceptible to the strobing effects can have symptoms at 15 Hz-70 Hz, albeit rare. Other studies have shown epileptic symptoms at the 15 Hz rate with over 90 seconds of continuous staring at a strobe light. There have been no known seizures at or below the 8 Hz (or 8 flashes per second) level.[citation needed] Many fire alarms in schools, hospitals, stadiums, etc. strobe at a 1 Hz rate.

Photography Strobe Lighting

The strobe light was popularized on the club scene during the 1960s when it was used to reproduce and enhance the effects of LSD trips. Ken Kesey used strobe lighting in coordination with the music of the Grateful Dead during his legendary Acid Tests. In early 1966 Andy Warhol’s lights engineer Danny Williams pioneered the use of multiple stroboscopes, slides and film projections simultaneously onstage during the 1966 Exploding Plastic Inevitable shows, and at Bill Graham’s request, Williams built an enhanced stroboscopic light show to be used at Fillmore West.


Specificaton:

Flash output power (WS): 55
GN (m) (ISO-100): 33
Illumination angle: >38 x 55
Operating Voltage: AC220V/50Hz or AC110V/60Hz
Recycle time: 5s
Color temperature: about 5500-5600K
Optical control distance: 10m / GN18
Flash Duration: 1/800 sec
Connecting line: E27 Screw thread lamp holder

Package Contents:
1 x Sy3000 Slave Flash Light
1 x Camera Sync cord

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Godox Sy3000 AC Slave Bulb
Godox Sy3000 AC Slave Bulb

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