Studio Strobe Lighting
Godox’s S series Studio Strobe Lighting and SY series electronic synchronization umbrella lamp have such feature as high flash indexes, high sensitivity and quick charge and not disturbed by
illuminating lamps. They can be used as key lights, filling lights, edge lights, top lights and footlights. They are ideal luminous sources for indoor photography.
Special calibrated strobe lights, capable of flashing up to hundreds of times per second, are used in industry to stop the appearance of motion of rotating and other repetitively operating machinery and to measure, or adjust, the rotation speeds or cycle times. Since this stop is only apparent, a marked point on the rotating body will either appear to move backward or forward, or not move, depending on the frequency of the strobe-flash. If the flash occurs equal to the period of rotation (or evenly multiplied or divided, i.e. n*ω or ω/n, where n is an integer and ω the angular frequency) the marked point will appear to not move. Any non integer flash setting will make the mark appear to move forward or backward, e.g. a slight increase of the flash frequency will make the point appear to move backward.
Strobe lighting has also been used to see the movements of the vocal cords in slow motion during speech, a procedure known as video-stroboscopy. A common use of a strobe flash is to optimize a car engine’s efficiency at a certain rotational period by directing the strobe-light towards a mark on the flywheel on the engine’s main axle. The strobe-light tool for such ignition timing is called a timing light.
Flash output power: 45W
Guide number GN (ISO 100): 29
Power supply: AC220V/50Hz
Recycle time: 3 sec
Light control distance: 12m
Color temperature: 5500-6000K
Connecting method: E27 screw thread lamp holder
Flash sync time: 1/800 sec
Control: triggered by Impulse Flash Signals.
The green indicator shows the flash lamp is charging, and the red indicator shows the flash lamp is working.
1* S45T slave flash bulb
1* Sync cord