* Modeling Lamp
* 7-inch Umbrella Reflector
* Protective Flashtube Cover
* 15' Power Cord
* Sync Cord
* R9113 Adapter Ring for use with standard Norman Light Modifiers
* Norman Monolights are also available with built-in PocketWizard™ radio receivers.
* This unique feature allows the use of multiple lights in the studio or on location without the hassle of sync cords, and it eliminates the risk of inadvertent tripping of your lights from other strobes in the area.
* The built-in PocketWizard receiver can be set to operate from any channel selected on a compatible PocketWizard™ transmitter.
* Having the PocketWizard receiver built into the ML400R (810644) and ML600R (810653) eliminates the need to carry and keep track of a separate receiver module and compatible cable.
* Best of all, the built-in unit is powered directly from the monolight, eliminating the need for batteries.
* Power: 400 W-S
* Power Control: Full to -5 f/stops
* Recycle Time at Full Power: 1.9 seconds
* Flash Duration: 1/1200 second (full)
* Guide Number*: 100 @10', ISO100, bare bulb
* Modeling Lamp: 150W (250W max)
* Modeling Lamp Control: Off, ratio and full
* Flashtube: Quartz, full envelope
* Sync Trigger: Photo-eye, 1/4" sync jack
* Optional Sync Trigger: Built-in PocketWizard™
* Sync Voltage: 6VDC
* Supply Voltage: 105-125 VAC, 60HZ, ML400/ML400R, 195-240 VAC, 50-60Hz, ML400-220/ML400R-220
* Consumption: 7A
* Voltage Stabilization: +/- 1%
* Overload Protection: 7A circuit breaker
* Dimensions: 5" W, 5" H, 6.5" D
Established in 1963, Norman has been making lighting systems for photographic professionals for more than 40 years. In October of 2006, Norman became a brand of Promark International, Inc.
The Norman product line is made up of lighting systems and accessories designed to address the needs of professionals involved in commercial, portrait, high-volume and other types of photography. In addition, the Lindahl by Norman product line is made up of accessories designed for use with a variety of professional camera systems. All of these products are sold through a network of independent photographic equipment dealers.