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Einstein 640 monolight release delayed  
Friday, February 19, 2010 | by Rob Galbraith
Lighting maker Paul C. Buff has announced this week that the release of the slick Einstein 640 monolight will almost certainly be delayed beyond the late February/early March shipping timeframe recently given by the company. The delay, says company founder Paul Buff in a statement on the Einstein 640 pre-order page, is the result of a sudden medical problem afflicting Chief Engineer Mike Morgan.

Illuminating: Views of the Paul C. Buff Einstein 640 with optional CSXCV transceiver module attached. Click either photo to enlarge (Photos courtesy Paul C. Buff)

Colour temperature consistency and crisp freezing of motion are the signature features promised for the Einstein 640, which was unveiled in October 2009. Other features include worldwide power compatibility, full power recycle time of 1.7 seconds, 2.5-640ws range in 1/10-stop increments, digital controls and compatibility with the Cyber Commander wireless control system (this requires the optional CSXCV transceiver). More information is in a previous article.
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