The Guinness Book of World Records named the Honey Badger the “World’s Most Fearless Creature”. Their powerful physical features, speed, intelligence, and general aggressive demeanour combine to make one ferocious little powerhouse that is known to give even top predators a run for their money! We could think of no better namesake for our new light. Interfit Honey Badger 320w Single Head Compact Studio Flash is equipped with the speed, power, and versatility that every photographer needs to attack their next shoot.
Compact Form Factor:
The ability to travel with lighting is crucial for the mobile photographer, and size and weight matter. The Honey Badger weighs just 1.4kg, measures 12.7cm wide (15.2cm including the outer ring), and 15.2cm deep from the back panel to the edge of the protective cap, making it one of the most compact self-contained studio flash heads on the market. The robust and compact housing makes the Honey Badger the ideal solution for photographers on the move.
Extended Power Range:
The Honey Badger 320w Compact Studio Flash has an incredible 7-stop power range, two more stops than traditional studio flash heads. Power can be adjusted from 320Ws down to 5Ws in 1/10th of a stop increments for precise exposure.
Fast Recycle Time:
At full power, the Honey Badger recycles in an impressive 1 second. Recycle times get shorter and shorter as you decrease flash power.
Short Flash Duration:
Short flash durations give us the ability to freeze motion beyond the capabilities of our shutter sync speed. At full power, the Honey Badger has a t.1 flash duration of 1/900.
60W LED Modelling Lamp:
The Honey Badger is equipped with a 60W LED modelling lamp with the equivalent light output of a 300W tungsten lamp. This flicker-free LED can be used as a continuous light source for both photo and video purposes. The modelling lamp can be set to adjust proportionately to the flash power, or to full power. The colour temperature was intentionally set to 5600K (daylight), to accurately portray the colour of the light from the flash.
Built-in Radio Receiver:
The Honey Badger features a built-in radio receiver that is compatible with all S1 TTL Remotes, and S1 Manual remote. This allows full control over the lights’ power range, modelling lamp and beep function. When using the new S1 Manual remote, the Honey Badger can be adjusted individually via 8 different control groups (A-H), across 15 different channels (1-15). This allows for intricate multi-light setups and negates interference from neighbouring photographers.
Versatile Modifier Mount:
The most unique feature of the Honey Badger is the versatile modifier mount. The Honey Badger utilizes the popular Bowens® S-Type modifier mount, making it compatible with the same modifiers as the S1. In addition, the Honey Badger also features a built-in pop-up softbox ring for use with pop-up style softboxes that are popular with speedlight shooters. The idea behind this feature is to allow photographers to grow into their studio lights by allowing them to use some of the existing modifiers they may already have purchased for speedlights.
Glass Dome Diffuser:
The Honey Badger includes a frosted glass dome diffuser. This protects the flash tube and helps to spread light evenly throughout the modifier.
|Power Range||7-Stops (320Ws – 5Ws)|
|Guide Number||*100ISO 1/125 1m 7″ reflector 148′ (f45)|
|Flash Variability||Flash Variability 1/10th Stop increments|
|Recycle Time Full Power||1 Second|
|Flash Duration||1/900 @ full power|
|Colour Temperature||5600K +/- 200K|
|Modelling Lamp||60W LED 5600K|
|Wireless Control||Compatible with Interfit Universal Remote|
|Maximum Flash Sync Speed||1/250 sec|
|Auto Power Dump||Yes|
|Temperature Regulation||Yes – Auto shutoff|
|Umbrella Mount||Accepts up to 8mm umbrella shafts|
|Mount||Bowens® S-Type with Pop-up softbox ring|
|Dimensions||5″ x 5″ x 6″|
Please ensure that you are on the same channel (this will be the number eg. 1a) on both the light and the trigger, as well as ensuring both the light and the trigger are up to date with your camera model. You can find firmware here.
Please ensure your camera hot shoe settings are correct, please refer to your camera user manual.
If you think you have updated your firmware and it doesn’t suit your older camera type, please contact us for backdated firmware files – you must have a Dropbox/Google drive account to enable us to send them.
Simply set up the lights on the same channel, then set the group to a different setting, from here you can control individual lights. For example, one [light] can be on 1A at 4.5 and another [light] can be on 1B at 5.0 – as long as they are on the same channel they will fire at the same time with different settings.
Please see this video on how to change the flash tube.
Yes! All our Interfit flash range will have optical sync which will enable your flash to be triggered by another light source, simply set the mode to CELL and your [HB320/HBU250/INTS1/INTS1A] will be fired by another light. Cell mode works on the speed of light, for best results use a direct line. Please note, on this mode you cannot control HSS or TTL.
With the sync cable that comes with the [HB320/HBU250/INTS1/INTS1A] plug it directly into the PC Sync Socket on your camera. Entry-level cameras do not have these, but you can buy an adapter. Like cell mode, you will not be able to control HSS or TTL using this method to fire the lights.
Check that the hotshoe settings on your camera are set up correctly, refer to your camera’s user manual.
Please also make sure all contact points on both the camera and trigger are clean and are not damaged.
We cannot guarantee any third-party equipment will work with our Interfit lights as they would not have been tested. If they do work, it is not guaranteed that you will be able to control HSS and TTL functions with them.
Yes, but like with any socket do not overload the extension lead and make sure it is a properly rated, surge protected extension lead.
Yes you can use your [HB320/HBU250/INTS1/INTS1A/Monolight/F121] in Europe.
Please ensure that both the light and the trigger are up to date with your camera model. You can find firmware here. You could be over firing the flash, the higher the setting of the light intensity, the longer the flash tube will take to recharge.
Please ensure that both the light and the trigger are up to date with your camera model. You can find firmware here. Your flash tube may have reached the end of its lifespan, you may need to purchase a replacement. Please also ensure that the flash tube is installed correctly - see this video on how to change the flash tube.
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