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B10 Campaign Buy a Profoto B10 or B10 Plus and get light shaping tools to the value of 500 USD. Read more

What's the difference between the B10 and B10 Plus?

Profoto B10
Five times the power of a speedlight all packed into the size of a medium sized camera lens. Flash power: 250 Ws Flash recycling: 0.05-2 seconds Battery capacity: 400 full power flashes Continuous light: 2500 lumens Total weight: 1.5 kg / 3.3 lbs Diameter: 10cm / 3.9" Length: 17.5cm / 6.6"
Profoto B10 Plus
Ten times the power of a speedlight all packed into the size of a large camera lens. Flash power: 500 Ws Flash recycling: 0.05-2.5 seconds Battery capacity: 200 full power flashes Continuous light: 2500 lumens Total weight: 1.9 kg / 4.2 lbs Diameter: 10cm / 3.9" Length: 23.5cm / 9.3"

How Chris Knight uses light shaping tools with Profoto B10 and B10 Plus

Watch photographer Chris Knight shape light in different ways using Profoto's light shaping tools in a vibrant New York city.

How to mix ambient light with flash

In this video, photographer Chris Knight uses the sun as a rim light and a medium sized umbrella to light the model.

How to create a golden hour light

In this video, photographer Chris Knight uses gels and a beauty dish to create a golden hour light portrait.

How to create a dramatic portrait

In this video, photographer Chris Knight uses a medium sized umbrella to create a dramatic portrait on location.

Photo: Hans-Georg Unrau
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Select light shaping tools included in the campaign

Photo: Nate Zeman

Our most popular light shaping tools included in the campaign

OCF Softbox Octa

Ideal for flattering portraits, used with off-camera flashes

OCF Magnum Reflector

Adds maximum power to our flat fronted lights

Umbrella Deep White

A versatile and zoomable umbrella for a softer light
View all light shaping tools in the campaign
Hannah Couzens in Santorini A bag full of light
Hannah Couzens in Santorini

A bag full of light

Hannah Couzens takes on challenging lighting conditions, from a bright sunlit church exterior to a dark candlelit cellar, and everything in-between; Hannah proves that she can travel light without compromising on creativity. Watch the video