Lumopro LP160 to replace LP120 at Camera Tools

Dutch photography shop Camera Tools, the European distributor of LumoPro products, has announced a new and improved flashgun, the LP160, to replace the original made-for-Strobists LumoPro LP120.

Dutch photography shop Camera Tools, the European distributor of LumoPro products, has announced a new and improved flashgun, the LP160, to replace the original made-for-Strobists LumoPro LP120. Read the full news post here (in Dutch).

Features and improvements include:

  • More powerful than the LP120 by 1 stop (2x more light)
  • Power setting from full to 1/64 power
  • Optical slave, including preflash-ignore feature
  • Electronically zooming flash head
  • Swivelling and tilting flash head, including 7° downwards tilt so you can point the flash more directly into the centre of an umbrella.
  • Improved construction, more robust housing, metal hotshoe foot
  • Can be triggered by hotshoe, PC jack or 3.5mm port.

The LP160 was on show at the 2010 Professional Imaging convention in Nieuwegein and will be available in late March.

LumoPro LP160 product page

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