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Photoflex TritonFlash Battery Powered Strobe Review — 11 Comments

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  8. Hi Dan,
    I just have a question, did you try to use 2 Tritonflashheads with the Batterypack – did it work?
    Just thinking about using 2 heads on one battery pack
    Thanks for Information
    TiMo

  9. TiMO, I have not tried using two TritonFlash heads with the battery pack. I only have one head, but from what I know, you can indeed plug two heads into the pack. I’d be curious to hear how it works.

  10. Thank you for your answer! 🙂
    Yes there are 2 Connectors, I would like to know if they have both the same Output. Elinchrom and Hensel have a reduced power on B.
    I think I will contact PF Alex for this 🙂

    I’m looking for an additional Flash for this at the Moment – I will Keep you informed!

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