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    i need help pick out the power pack.

    I'm narrow down these 4.

    1. Elinchrom Digital RX 2400 Watt
    2. Broncolor Topas A4 RFS 3200
    3. Profoto Acute 2R - 2400 Watt
    4. Norman D24R

    which one better? My budget is around $5000.

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    Re: i need help pick out the power pack.

    Bubble, just to clarify, you are looking to spend $5,000 on A pack and a head or two and you have everything else you need.

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    Re: i need help pick out the power pack.

    Quote Originally Posted by Bill_Green View Post
    Bubble, just to clarify, you are looking to spend $5,000 on A pack and a head or two and you have everything else you need.
    Either way Bill. I can push the budget a bit more for 2 more head. I know i can get the Profoto Acute 2R with 2 head for around $5000 (+/-)

    My main concern is the power pack.

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    Re: i need help pick out the power pack.

    Hi,
    For me the Elinchrom and Profoto are always the brands I would choose.
    Personally I opted for Elinchrom due to the modifiers I really like and the Rangers which are lightweight on location.

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    Re: i need help pick out the power pack.

    what is it mean by "7 f stop, or 6 f stop" ? i saw each pack has different figure. Is it the more f stop it offer = the better?

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    Re: i need help pick out the power pack.

    It means the range in which you can work, nothing to do with better or worse.
    It just gives you more range.

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