Jinbei has announced the HD-600, a portable studio flash with built-in lithium battery and 2.4GHz remote control.
Jinbei seems to have updated its Discovery lighting system with a new case, different controls and a built-in 2.4GHz receiver.
Jinbei has announced a new lightweight battery inverter for powering studio flashes outdoors.
We have had the Jinbei FL II 500 for quite a while here in the Lighting Rumours bunker and have taken it for a long spin to test it out to its fullest. How did it fare?
Eduardo Frances got the opportunity to review something exotic: the Spot Lite S-26 studio fresnel lens from Jinbei.
The Jinbei DC-600’s plastic flash head was incapable of supporting heavier light modifiers but now you can buy a stronger metal one.
Foto Morgen of Germany kindly sent us a Jinbei Digital Pioneer DPsIII-500 to try out. The Digital Pioneer sIII series are Bowens-mount mains studio flashes which can be wirelessly controlled by way of an optional handheld controller.
Jinbei have unveiled the Energon EN-760, a mains-output battery pack. The Energon is a battery fitted with a pure sine wave inverter so that you can power your AC studio flashes on location.
After a long trip from China (thanks to the efforts of our audacious editor) we got a Jinbei Discovery DC-600 to review. How will this pack stack up against the established brands? Check our in-depth review to find out.
As seen in Shanghai Photo & Imaging, we have more info and details of the Jinbei FreeLander battery-powered pack and head.
Final prices have been revealed for Jinbei’s Discovery outdoor battery flash system.
China’s largest studio lighting manufacturer, Jinbei (aka Caler Electrics), have revamped three major product lines.