Profoto Releases B10X & B10X Plus with More Continuous Light and Faster Recycle

Profoto B10X & B10X Plus

Profoto announces Profoto B10X OCF Flash Head ($1,995) & Profoto B10X Plus OCF Flash Head ($2,295) flashes with 30% more continuous light, faster recycling speed and improved graphics. The B10X is a compact and versatile off-camera video light and flash combining an intuitive user interface with world class reliability. Used together with our OCF accessories you can both create and compliment natural light. Allowing you to shape light and create the image or video you envision.

The flashes are TTL and High-Speed Sync capable, and its LED modeling lamp is powerful (10,000 lux with an OCF Magnum reflector) enough to shoot video with the same camera that you use to shoot stills. In fact, you can vary the color temperature from 3000 to 6500K, while its high CRI of 90-96 is your assurance of accurate color reproduction. The battery will give you 65 minutes run time at full power.

Profoto B10X OCF Flash Head ($1,995)

• Size and shape of a 24-70mm lens.
• 30% More Continuous Light
• 35% Faster Recycling Speed
• Improved Graphics – even more distinct and minimalistic expression
• Comparable to the flash power of 5 speedlights.
• 250Ws, Li-Ion Battery, 10-Stop Range
• 400 Full Power Flashes, TTL
• Recycling: 0.05 to 1.3 sec HSS
• Powerful continuous light with adjustable brightness and color temperature.
• Flexibility to set up on camera tripods or light stands.
• Compatibility with 120+ Profoto light shaping tolls including the OCF range.
• Compatibility with all Profoto Air Remotes.
• Compatible with the Profoto A series of flashes.
• AirX built-in (Profoto Bluetooth technology).
• Smart connectivity with the Profoto app.

Profoto B10X Plus OCF Flash Head ($2,295)

• Slightly larger than a 24-70mm lens.
• 30% More Continuous Light
• 20% Faster Recycling Speed
• Improved Graphics – even more distinct and minimalistic expression
• Comparable to the flash power of 10 speedlights.
• 500Ws, Li-Ion Battery, 10-Stop Range
• 200 Full-Power Flashes, TTL
• Recycling: 0.05 to 2.2 sec, HSS
• Powerful continuous light with adjustable brightness and color temperature.
• Flexibility to set up on camera tripods or light stands.
• Compatibility with 120+ Profoto light shaping tolls including the OCF range.
• Compatibility with all Profoto Air Remotes.
• Compatible with the Profoto A series of flashes.
• Smart connectivity with the Profoto app.

Order Profoto B10X OCF Flash Head from B&H Photo | Adorama
Order Profoto B10X Plus OCF Flash Head from B&H Photo | Adorama

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4 thoughts on “Profoto Releases B10X & B10X Plus with More Continuous Light and Faster Recycle”

      1. I have two B1’s and one B10. The B1s are in my studio and travel with me if I am shooting a longer shoot in just 1 location. For travel and outside, I use my B10. So the weight and size, while significant, aren’t a deal breaker.

        I have the speed charger and 2 extra batteries for the B1’s. So I will do a shoot with the model light on and almost at full power. When the battery dies, I flip out the battery and put it on the charger. By the time I kill that replaced battery, the previous battery has been charged. Rinse and repeat. But it seems the smaller/lighter battery of the B10X Plus will only do 200 full power shots to the B1’s 300-400 shot range.

        I’m not sure of this upgrade. For camera’s, I upgrade every release. For example, I currently have the a7RII, a7RIII, a7RIV, and the a7SIII. When the a7RV comes out, I am sure I will upgrade to that as well. But for lighting… I just don’t know if I need the upgrade. Sigh.

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