Boomerang. BBGv2 / BBX Differences

Posted by Tony Papa on 3/9/2017 to NEWS / PRODUCT UPDATES
Boomerang. BBGv2 / BBX Differences

What is the difference between a BBX and the BBGv2 Award Winning Boomerang Flash Bracket? Attached is a great flyer we put together to better support you, our customer.

BLELB400 Elinchrom Cage Accessory Breakdown

Posted by Tony Papa on 11/22/2016 to NEWS / PRODUCT UPDATES
 BLELB400 Elinchrom Cage Accessory Breakdown
Elinchrom Portable ELB400 Aluminum Cage BLELB400 with Accessory Overview
by: Tony Papa, November 2016

Taking a portable power pack such as the ELB400 out in the field has always beena blessing and a curse. It’s definitely a better option than figuring out how to take my studio strobes into the field. I also know that it offers you an amazing opportunity to assist in the capture of great shots, by having more power, and better modifiers that my speed lights but can it truly be portable enough and robust enough to get where I need to take it? The Elinchrom ELB400 Light system when battle tested, showed us it’s a beast of a system with power to spare.

2.4 lb Lightweight Aluminum Gimbal, #GKJr.

Posted by Tony Papa on 10/31/2016 to NEWS / PRODUCT UPDATES
2.4 lb Lightweight Aluminum Gimbal, #GKJr.

#GKJr. Katana Junior, Ultralight, 2.4lb Aluminum Gimbal Head


Orland Park, IL: ProMediaGear introduces, #GKJr., Katana Junior Aluminum Gimbal Head. The Katana Jr. Gimbal Head was created to provide the ultimate marriage between size, weight and functionality. The Junior is strong enough to support any telephoto or large lens yet is portable enough to be backpacked through the jungle at just 2.4lbs! The truss design is manufactured out of rigid T6061 Aluminum for strength and durability. The #GKJr. features independent locking Pan and Tilt knobs as well as an Arca-Style cradle clamp that will nestle your camera plate or lens. The fluid type gimbal movements will allow you to quickly control your camera / lens combo as if it were an extension of your body utilizing our precision bearings.

Tom Bols Reviews the BLELB400 Elinchrom Quadra Aluminum Cage

Posted by Tony Papa on 10/25/2016 to NEWS / PRODUCT UPDATES
Tom Bols Reviews the BLELB400 Elinchrom Quadra Aluminum Cage
Author: Tom Bols
If you are like me, your gear gets pretty beat up. Since I shoot on location in remote areas in harsh conditions, I am constantly testing the waterproof, dirt proof, shock resistant aspect of all my gear. I rely on my Elinchrom ELB400s for many of my location shoots. On a recent cliffside wedding shoot for Elinchrom, we had ELB400s sitting in the mud and dangling from carabiners 24 feet off the ground on light stands. If only I had the Pro Media Gear Cage for my ELB400 for that shoot. http://tombolphoto.com/blog/
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