Created on the Broncolor Scoro 3200 S WiFi / RFS 2
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Scoro WiFi – Unique Abilities, Simple Control.
Scoro WiFi is worldwide the most versatile flash generator with its three independent outlets, it combines the legendary broncolor flash and colour quality with WiFi control. Just with a mouse-click, the extraordinary technical features of the Scoro WiFi generator now power at your fingertips for any and every creative lighting need.
Absolute freedom With 3200 Joules of power, there is more than enough light for any imaginable photographic task - this immense energy can also be reduced over a range of 11 stops, or a factor of 1000, allowing the use of wide-open apertures. With broncolor's established expertise in color temperature control - the output colour the light remains constant across the entire range from 3 to 3200 joules.
On-the-ball with colour
broncolor light is very consistent and of a neutral colour. However, indirect lighting or the use of diffusers can negatively impact upon this light. Scoro power packs not only allow the compensation for such influences, but also allow targeted work with warmer or colder light.
A lot of light in little time
The broncolor Scoro generators achieve their ultrashort flash firing times not just at low power settings, but also in the medium power range. Thus, there is always enough light available to not only freeze a fast movement, but also to perfectly photograph it with a usable amount of light.
Flash duration and light output are the two decisive factors in light control. A microprocessor in the Scoro power packs offers you the option of calculating the shortest or longest flash duration for a given output - this enables rapid flash sequences with up to 50 flashes per second.
Constant colour temperature – ECTC
The second generation of our patented ECTC (Enhanced Colour Temperature Control) technology, which adapts flash voltage and flash duration to each other, achieves a constant colour temperature over the entire variation range. If desired, the Scoro S, allows the colour temperature to be adjusted in calibrated steps of +/- 200 K at constant power. When several lights are connected, a constant colour temperature is ensured on all channels up to an asymmetry of two f-stops.
Scoro units have either two or three lamp connections. Each has an individual power controller with an LED display and can be adjusted independently of the other connections. The unit therefore behaves like three (or two) independent power packs. The individual power distribution combined with the great control range, at its maximum from 3 – 3200 Joules, allows the photographer an almost entirely free choice of f-stop. The required flash output can then be chosen from up to 11 f-stops or 10 f-stop intervals respectively. Another power display provides information on the total energy supplied by the power pack. Using the buttons beside the display, it is possible to change the total energy of all the channels at the same time.
In speed mode, the charging time and flash duration are reduced by up to 50%, the maximum flash energy by 25%. In this way, you can achieve up to ten shots per second at full output, or up to 50 per second at reduced power. broncolor power packs and compact devices with cut-off technology thus become top-class flash devices, especially when speed is of the essence. Thanks to the active fan cooling, even long flash series are absolutely no problem at all.
Three independent channels
The Scoro S works like three power packs, but in one device. Three completely independent channels deliver a light output of up to 3200 J.
Great control range
The control range of each individual channel allows a choice of 11 f-stops, from 3 – 3200 J.
Asymmetrical power distribution
The entire control range is asymmetrically available between the connected lamps, i.e. the difference in power between the lamps can actually exceed the factor of 1000.
Fast flash durations
At the basic setting, the Scoro calculates the flash duration in such a way, that the colour remains constant through the entire control range. The shortest times are achieved even at a high power setting which allows you to not just freeze a fast object or movement, but also to perfectly photograph it with a usable depth of focus. Speed Function Without having to dive into the menu, the speed button on the front panel allows you to optimise a Scoro for short charging times, and thus for fast flash sequences combined with short flash durations. As a rule, a Scoro calculates the flash curve so that the colour always remains the same - regardless of the power. Bounced lighting or use of diffusion materials can often influence colour temperature of the light. However, Scoro power packs not only allow the compensation for such influences, but also for targeted work with warmer or colder light.
Sequences with intervals
Sequences of up to 50 flashes can be pre-programmed in a Scoro. In the case of very large sets (e.g. architecture), these multiple flashes are used to generate sufficient power. With reduced power, all 50 flashes can be triggered in less than a second, which makes spectacular stroboscopic effects possible. The interval function allows the precise definition of the time period between two flashes in a sequence to a hundredth of a second.
Precise shutter release delay
The precise point in time when the flash should light the image can be defined by means of the delay. In steps of 1/100 s, it can be determined here how much time should pass between the arrival of the synchronisation signal and the actual flash. Freemask and alternating If you have two Scoro power packs available, it is possible to use the freemask function, to easily create cropping masks for post-processing. Up to four Scoros can be triggered alternately - the already extremely short charging times can thus be further shortened by a factor of four.