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FORUMS General Gear Talk Flash and Studio Lighting 
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May 15, 2019 12:13 |  #406

Profoto just release an update for the A1; the A1x... Pretty much the same with a little tweak here and there, like having better battery output... 450 full power flashes (A1x) vs 350 full power flashes (A1)... And slightly faster recycling time of 1 second (A1x) vs 1.2 seconds (A1)... Lol... From what I've read and researched online, owners that currently have the A1's can merely buy the A1x battery to achieve the 450 full power flashes... Schweetness!!! Hehehe...

Anyhoo... Just adding info to the Profoto thread.. Direct link to Profoto A1x: https://profoto.com/us​/a1x (external link)

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May 16, 2019 12:09 |  #407

Yes, Butch, just like they updated the B1 to the B1X. The battery is the main improvement. They also released a firmware update for the A1 to improve the menus and standardize it with the B10. I think I'll get a couple of the batteries.


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May 16, 2019 15:25 |  #408

Just acquired a second B10... Lol... Time to sell off another B1... Hahaha... I'm going full Profoto strobing now; 2 x B10's, 2 x A1's, and 1 x B1...

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