At the beginning of May Multiblitz Mannesmann launches an entirely new kind of premium compact flash system

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At the beginning of May Multiblitz Mannesmann launches an entirely new kind of premium compact flash system - The X-SYSTEM. It's features are perfectly suited to fullfill the high standards of commercial and adverstisement photography.

In developing the X-System Multiblitz strickly followed the high technical standards of professional digital cameras and created a compact stuido flash that operates extremly fast, with high precision, and highly efficient.

The new X System comes in three types: The 500 Ws/160-265V X5, the 1000 Ws/80-265V X10AC/DC and the 1500 Ws/160-265V X15.

The X5 and X15 flashes are particularly desigend for mains operation in the 220-240V range to achieve incredibly short recycle times as low as 0.05 sec, and lightning fast flash durations down to 1/4500 sec (t 0.5). Multiblitz's built-in Voltage Tolerance Technology ensures a safe operating voltage range of 160-265V, guarentees a consistent flash stability, and protects the X-SYSTEM from power grid voltage fluctuations.

The X10AC/DC was designed for mains operation as well as on location photography with the PROPAC battery packs, delivering up to 650 flashes at maximum ouptput. The X10AC/DC is a multi-voltage wonder with an operating range of 80-265V. Multiblitz's True Multi-Voltage Technology is the most efficient protection from voltage fluctuations and spikes - 100% flash stability guaranteed.

Like all Multiblitz units the X System is designed and manufactured at the Multiblitz facility in Cologne, Germany.

Suggested retail prices (net):

X5: 1.059,- Euro

X10AC/DC: 1.295,- Euro

X15: 1.475,- Euro
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