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Thread: Tronix Explorer 1200ws - portable power for studio strobes

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    Default Tronix Explorer 1200ws - portable power for studio strobes

    saw this:
    http://www.robgalbraith.com/bins/co...cid=7-7883-7908

    Has anyone ordered one yet?

    I'm thinking of trying one with my bowens strobes for location shooting. Heck, it's only US$300 incl. shipping!
    http://www.innovatronix.com/cgi-bin...3&categoryid=42

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    no one uses strobes?

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    Dude, both your links cant work. I tot I saw a similar thread regarding this item a few months back though.
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    that's strange...

    anyway, try their main site:
    http://www.innovatronix.com/

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    hey Kelt, I've read on it and it'll probably work out well. I'm using an Alienbees Vagabond pack which is similar in concept to the innovatrix.
    the innovatrix is supposed to be pretty darn heavy though

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    really! How does the weight quoted compared to your vagabond (I've read about that too ... you mail ordered it?).

    what do you power w/ the vagabond and how is the performance?

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