The offer is valid from now until the 15th December 2017 and will give you the chance to receive up to 25% off the purchase of a new Scoro S or Scoro E. Simply send in your working pack and up to three lampheads to receive the discount.
The first choice for extraordinary pictures, the Scoro S from broncolor is the ideal light source in professional photography. With three lamp base outlets available that can each be adjusted asymmetrically and revised hard and software, the Scoro S can be controlled by an app - the WiFi connection means that smartphones, tablets and desktop computers can communicate and control this high end power pack.
If a third lamp base outlet is not required then the broncolor Scoro E is the perfect solution. This high end power pack features easy operation and a strong performance - perfect for fashion and still life photography. Along with the Scoro S, the Scoro E can also be controlled by an app through a smartphone, tablet or desktop computer thanks to its WiFi connection.
Both packs offer independent power adjustments of multiple flash heads and work with all voltages from 100 - 240V. The Scoro S and the Scoro E are equipped with the RFS 2 system which offer radio control from over 300m away.
The Scoro S offers slightly more features than the Scoro E which include:
Individual colour correction of lamp heads
Speed more for faster recycling
Alongside the discount offer on the Scoro E and S, broncolor are also giving you the opportunity to receive 40 exclusive video tutorials on professional lighting presented by Karl Taylor and Urs Recher. These videos are available on a Digital Key which come with the purchase of a new broncolor Siros device and are available for a limited time only.
For more information on both the Scoro discount offer and the Siros Digital Key offer please head to the website below
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