Fast on the heels of the D2 announcement and Sony partnership, Profoto has another fast flash to show off at Photokina 2016: the Pro-10 studio generator.

The Pro-10 will offer flash durations as fast as 1/80,000 (t.05) of a second and 2400 W/s of power output. Power is adjustable over an 11 stop range in 1/10th stop increments. Recycling times clock in at .02-.7 sec.  It has a pair of fully asymmetric power outlets and can shoot up to 50 flashes per second.

You’ll enjoy TTL and High-Speed Sync using Profoto Air Remotes. The Pro-10 offers a built-in USB port to allow for software updates and will include a USB cable.

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