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Built for the Fearless: The Honey Badger is Affordable, Versatile and Fierce

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Built for the Fearless: The Honey Badger is Affordable, Versatile and Fierce

A 320Ws Flash Built for the Fearless

The Guinness Book of World Records named the Honey Badger the “World’s Most Fearless Creature”. Their powerful physical features, speed, intelligence, and general aggressive demeanor combine to make one ferocious little powerhouse that is known to give even top predators a run for their money! We could think of no better namesake for our new light. Our Honey Badger is a compact, 320Ws studio flash head equipped with the speed, power, and versatility that every photographer needs to attack their next shoot.

A Compact Beast

The ability to travel with lighting is crucial for the mobile photographer, and size and weight matter. The Honey Badger weighs just 3lbs, measures 5” wide (6” including the outer ring), and 6” deep from the back panel to the edge of the protective cap, making it one of the most compact self-contained studio flash heads on the market. The robust and compact housing makes the Honey Badger the ideal solution for photographers on the move.

Powerful and Controlled

The Honey Badger will be able to handle virtually any subject and shooting situation with precise control of a wide range of flash power. Its incredible 7-stop power range is two more stops than traditional studio flash heads and can be adjusted from 320Ws down to 5Ws in 1/10th of a stop increments for precise exposure. At full power, the Honey Badger recycles in an impressive 1 second. Recycle times get shorter and shorter as you decrease flash power, allowing you to capture multiple expressions and movements without delay. Short flash durations give us the ability to freeze motion beyond the capabilities of our shutter sync speed. At full power, the Honey Badger has a t.1 flash duration of 1/900, topping off the impressive abilities of this studio flash.  With a frosted glass dome to spread the light evenly through your choice of Bowens S-Type or Pop-Up modifiers.[/caption]   From Stills to Video The Honey Badger boasts a 60W LED modeling lamp with the equivalent light output of a 300W tungsten lamp. This flicker-free LED can be used as a continuous light source allowing you to shoot stills and video without changing your setup, thus making your workflow more efficient and your gear bags much lighter. The modeling lamp can be set to adjust proportionately to the flash power, or to full power. The color temperature of the LED is set to 5600K (daylight), to accurately portray the color of the light from the flash and reduce post-production time with color adjustment. Versatility in Modification The most unique feature of the Honey Badger is the versatile modifier mount and frosted glass dome.The modifier ring is specially designed to not only fit your Bowens S-Type modifiers (the same as the S1 and S1a), but also fit pop-up style softboxes. If you have a lot of Bowens modifiers or are a speedlight shooter looking to expand to studio flashes, keep your modifiers because The Honey Badger can use them! To top it all off, the frosted glass dome diffuser protects the flash tube and helps to spread light more evenly throughout your favorite modifiers. Need a modifier to start you out? Every Honey Badger comes with a 24" Pop-Up softbox included to get you shooting from the moment you open the box. Whether you already have modifiers or not, you will come to love the convenience and portability of this Pop-Up. Just another feature  Have it all, Wirelessly The Honey Badger features a built-in radio receiver that is compatible with all existing Interfit TTL Remotes, and the newly-announced Interfit Manual remote. This allows full control over the lights’ power range, modeling lamp and beep function from the convenience of your camera. For more detail about using the Honey Badger wirelessly, there's a video for that.

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