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Finally it is there, the Camray 600. I am Jean-Francois O’Kane, I am The Studio Coach on behalf of Booth Photographic. It is my pleasure to introduce the big brother of the Camray family. We knew the Camray 150, the Camray 300 which is the main flash in that category. We now have the Camray 600. More power, same reliability, same repeatability, flash after flash, you will have the same power and the same white balance and same ease of use, too simple, but effective control.
On and off by one simple button. The red light will allow you to do a test flash when you want to do a test reading, maybe with the target, maybe with the light meter. Audible alarm will tell you when your flash is ready with a signal, so you will hear the beep as long as the flash is not ready to be fired again, or on the off position the flash will go blind and light up again when it is ready to fire. Let me show you again. The modeling light goes off and back on when the flash is ready.
Slay function will allow this flash to be fired at the same time it sees another flash being fired. For example I will fire this one and this one fires at the same time through the cell here, it will see and feel the other flash and fire at the same time. The power of the flash can be set independently of the modeling light. The modeling light is only the light that will show you the actual position of the light. It will show you what will be lighted by the flash. So, by controlling the modeling light and the flash, if you have two or three unit, you will see how proportional is your lighting and the direction of your lighting. This is the first fan cooled, model of the light. Its power needs fan cooling to be sure that the unit stays cooled to allow a very fast recycling and a very efficient flash delivery.
The flash can be set from 50 watts per second to a full 600 watts per second by the movement of the slider. The camera 600 being member of the family as I said will accept all the accessories of the Camray family, honeycomb grid, barn doors, reflectors, soft box holders and all the accessories available for the Aurora Camray family. So, finally the family is complete. The 150, the 300 and the fan cooled 600 Camray light. I am Jean-Francois O’Kane, I am The Studio Coach on behalf of Booth Photographic.