- A10 AirTTL-S Flash for Sony
- Connect Wireless Sony Transmitter
- Built-In AirTTL, Use On or Off Camera
- Sync A10 Flash with iPhone Camera
Profoto A10 AirTTL-N Off-Camera Kit for Nikon
1,146.11 € Incl. VAT 19%
Comprising the essentials for flexible off-camera lighting, this Profoto A10-N Off-Camera Kit for Nikon pairs the compact, portable A1X-N and the 300 to 1000′ (300 meters) range Connect Wireless Transmitter with both the flash and transmitter compatible with Nikon camera systems. The enhanced A10 has the same basic features as the A1X with the addition of groundbreaking technology and a user-friendly app that enables it to sync with your iPhone, allowing it to use professional lighting with wireless control of all of the A1X’s functions. In fact, you can download A10 AirX firmware updates from your phone.
Profoto A10 AirTTL-N Studio Light for Nikon
Building on the success and popularity of the A1X, Profoto introduces an enhanced version, the A10 AirTTL-N Studio Light for Nikon. The A10 has the same powerful battery that gets 450 full-power flashes instead of 350, fast full-power recycling time of one second, and 20 wireless channels. What’s ground-breaking about the A10 is that you can sync it with your iPhone camera. The camera app syncs your iPhone with the A10 over Bluetooth connection – no additional hardware attachments needed. The App enables you to precisely control the A10’s flash tube power, its LED modelling light, and also control all other standard camera settings: shutter speed, ISO sensitivity and white balance in 1/3 EV steps. You can take photos in different image formats: HEIF, JPG, or raw. It even has a self-timer! Instead of sending an approximation of a shot to a colleague or client, email or text an actual professionally lit image. You can even download future firmware upgrades to the A10 through your smartphone.
The A10 was created for the professional photographer looking for portability and performance features or the ambitious non-professional who recognizes quality lighting but wants it comfortably and easily without the hassle of an overly technical interface. The A10 is easy to use. You can literally take it out of the box and start shooting. Weighing 1.2 lb including its battery, the A10’s sleek matte black finish not only appeals to the eye but to the tactile sense as well.
The first thing you’ll notice about the A10 is its 2.75″ round, tilting, rotating head, which is the physical feature most responsible for the A1X’s natural-looking light with its soft gradual fall-off. The auto-zoom built into the head handles focal lengths from 32 to 105mm, while an optional Wide Lens gives you wide-angle coverage from 14 to 24mm. You can override the auto-zoom function at any time and make your adjustments manually. A filter kit with graduated CTO conversion filters and a fluorescent filter is also separately available to modify the unit’s daylight color temperature.
The A10 recycles in one second, faster than most flash units in its class and has action-stopping flash durations from 1/800 to 1/20,000 second. The A10 supports HSS (High-Speed Sync) allowing you to shoot at shutter speeds as short a 1/8000 second instead of 1/250 to blur a distracting background using a wide aperture while controlling strong ambient light behind your subject. The 76Ws head has an LED modeling light that can give you a preview of how the light is falling on your subject. It can be turned on or off, set to automatically adjust proportionally to the power level selected, or just switched to manual where it can be modified by hand. All adjustments are indicated on the exceptionally readable white on black LCD display.
The A10 is powered by an included lithium-ion battery that has a capacity of 450 full-power flashes (instead of the previous model’s 350). Power is topped up on an exhausted battery in about 80 minutes with the included 100-240 VAC charger. The battery doesn’t fade as its power is used, operating at peak performance until it’s depleted. Purchase of an additional battery is recommended.
So far, we’ve been discussing the A10 used on-camera but when used off-camera, it really earns its name as a “Studio Light.” The flash has a built-in transceiver that allows it to be used with other A10s, A1s, A1Xs, B2s, or D2, B1, and B1X monolights. All the Air Remote wireless controllers can trigger the A1X at distances up to 1000′ and the Air Sync will give you simple wireless triggering, while the Air Remote will let you wirelessly adjust power, grouping, channel selection, and modeling light on/off. It’s the Air Remote TTL that allows you to explore and control the A10’s full capabilities. It wirelessly allows assignment of channels and groups as well as TTL and power level. In fact, the A10 has a switch that allows you to set your main light to TTL, switch to manual operation to adjust manual units in other groups to ratio their output, then switch back to TTL and return to the original TTL setting that was stored for you. The A10 also has +/-3 stops of exposure compensation that can be modified from the remote for your specific needs. The light also comes with a Bounce Card, 180-degree Dome Diffuser, Flash Stand, and a nylon bag with shoulder strap for storage and transport.
Advanced Technology Allows You to Sync B10 Flash with iPhone Camera
- Round head with soft, smooth, and natural fall off
- AirTTL and HSS for fast professional images
- Smart magnetic click-on mount for Light Shaping Tools
- LED modeling light integrated to the head
- Air Remote built-in (6 groups, 20 channels)
- Rechargeable and exchangeable lithium-ion battery
- 1-sec recycling time to full power
- TTL/MAN switch
- Built-in auto-zoom in head with manual override handles lenses from 32 to 105mm
- Auto focus (AF) assist
- Large Hi-Res LCD display
- TTL Support for Nikon
- Compatible with all Profoto Air Remotes, wireless range up to 1000′
Profoto Connect Wireless Transmitter for Nikon
With the Profoto Connect Wireless Transmitter for Nikon cameras, you have a wireless connection with AirTTL lights that controls flash sync, remote control, Auto TTL, and HSS. The transmitter also controls flash sync and remote control in Air lights. There are three settings on the Connect transmitter itself. Auto being the first, takes all the guess work of setting up your flashes. The manual setting is there if you want to set the flashes yourself and be more creative. The final setting, of course, is to turn it off when the transmitter is not in use.
By downloading the Profoto app and with Bluetooth connection, you can control your lights wirelessly as well and upgrade your firmware later through the app. The Connect works on a frequency of 2.4 GHz and up to eight channels with an operating range of a 1000′ when using it with normal sync flash and remote control, and 330′ with Auto TTL and HSS. The built-in lithium-ion polymer battery has a battery life of 30 hours and is rechargeable via the included USB cable. Additionally, the transmitter powers off after 60 minutes of inactivity.
App System Requirements
Android phones running OS 7 or later
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