Alienbees Ring Flash: Technical Specs

The Alienbees Ring Flash is also known as the ABR800 Alienbees. The Alienbees Ring Flash is a ringflash system that is typically used by photographers. Photographers love using ringflash systems in their studios because they produce shadow free lighting. This guideline will go over the technical specifications of the Alienbees Ring Flash.

Alienbees Ring Flash Technical Specs

The Alienbees Ring Flash has 320 True Wattseconds and 14,000 Lumenseconds. The Alienbees Ring Flash has a power range of 5 f-stops (Full to 1/32 Power). It also has a flash duration of 1/2000 seconds at full power.

The Alienbees Ring Flash has a trigger and sync voltage of 5.6 Volts. The power requirements for the Alienbees Ring Flash are a 120 Vac, 50 to 60 Hz and a 6 amp circuit breaker. The typical output for the Alienbees Ring Flash is f16.

The Alienbees Ring Flash can recycle to 100 percent in 1 second. It has a color temperature of 5500 degrees K at mid power. The Alienbees Ring Flash can be mounted on a tripod mound, light stand mount, or can be used as a handheld unit. It weighs approximately 2.5 pounds.

With the diffuser only, the Alienbees Ring Flash has a diameter of 8 inches and a depth of 4.5 inches. With the ring reflector attached, the Alienbees Ring Flash has a 10 inch diameter and a depth of 6 inches. The center hole on the Alienbees Ring Flash is 4 inches.

The Alienbees Ring Flash is compatible with more semi-professional and professional lenses that are up to 4 inches in diameter.