Fairfield, CT—Made up of six battery-powered radio-triggered monolights, via 2.4GHz radio, the ProMaster Unplugged offers TTL and manual strobes. Moreover, ProMaster is making it easier for photographers to upgrade to portable wireless lighting with their upcoming Unplugged Trade-In Program.
From November 1, 2018 through February 28, 2019, consumers can trade-in any working speedlight or monolight to instantly receive up to $200 off the purchase of a ProMaster Unplugged monolight or monolight kit.
Photographers seeking greater power or greater versatility than their older AC-powered or power-pack monolights offer are encouraged to trade these units in at an authorized ProMaster retailer during this limited-time opportunity.
Moreover, each Unplugged monolight features a metal casing built to handle years of performance. In addition, the Bowens S-style mount gives photographers access to various light shapers. Each strobe also has an integrated tilting light stand mount with an umbrella connector.
An included reflector features a snap-on diffuser engineered to produce soft light in an unobtrusive form factor. Every light also features an LED modeling lamp and a German-designed hyman-style flash tube that delivers 5,500K color temperature with a CRI of 96.8.
Specs state the included lithium batteries provide 240–360 full-power flashes on a single charge (varies by model). In addition, consumers can purchase extra batteries separately. ProMaster Unplugged monolights also convert to AC wall power with the optional AC adapter.
The company offers Unplugged monolights in two sub-collections: the m series and the TTL series. The m series offers single and two-light kits in 300 watt/second, 400 watt/second, and 600 watt/second powers. Prices range from $299.95 to $999.95.
The Unplugged TTL series includes single and two-light kits in 400 watt/second and 600 watt/second powers. They range in price from $699.95 to $1,679.95. The two-light kits include two light stands and a rolling storage case.
A complete list of Unplugged pricing and specifications, as well as a dealer locator, can be found at promaster.com.