Elemental Trinity Nano 300B studio flash adds Power Bank battery support

Elemental have updated their affordable Trinity Nano series studio flash to add support for an external battery pack, the Nano Power Bank. The Trinity Nano 300B is now an AC/DC monolight, with the option of mains electricity or mobile power.

The Elemental Trinity Nano is a Bowens S-mount studio head with 300Ws of flash energy, a 75W modelling lamp and six stops of manual power control. It recycles in one second on mains power or in up to three seconds running on the battery.

Elemental Nano 3B

The Nano Power Bank contains a removable 3600mAh NiMH battery pack, which according to Elemental provides over 400 full-power flashes on a single charge. It weighs 1.5kg including the battery and measures 16cm x 7cm x 21cm. You can charge it up in four hours using a 100–240V mains charger or 12V DC input.

Elemental Nano Power Bank

The studio flashes cost £125 each and you can add a battery for £180. Studio kits start at £349. Visit the Elemental web site for more information.

  • blanddragon

    Interesting. I have seen that they have had huge number of items out of stock for months and months. Email to them have gone unanswered. Makes me question their support if one has an issue.On the other hand I own their 120 cm Octa and it is a quality piece of gear that I use all the time.

    • Studio-Flash.com

      Hi – if you haven’t received an email response it’s probable that we haven’t received it. We have a new contact form on the site for all enquiries. In terms of stock, you are absolutely correct. We’ve been devolving a few lines, as we are preparing to launch a number of new items into the range and have upgraded many of our staples. You’ll see a big change over the coming couple of months.

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