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Bowens £900 Trade-In Offer - How to save over £900 at the speed of light with a new Bowens trade-in offer.
Bowens are offering photographers the chance to save over £900 when they buy a new state-of-the-art Creo 2400Ws generator pack.
As part of the exclusive deal photographers can trade-in an old generator and pick up a Creo 2400Ws at over 20% discount from the typical UK retail price of £3,999.95 (inc VAT).
Bowens Marketing Director Robert Cook said: "This is a perfect opportunity for photographers who want to both dispose of an old generator and get to grips with the very latest, exceptional value, high performance, multi-voltage Creo generator pack.
Participating dealers will accept old generators of any brand and any condition. Additionally, as part of this promotion, photographers can also opt to purchase 2 Creo flash heads with 25% off."
The Creo – with its ultra-fast, action stopping, flash durations and easy to use, intuitive controls - has been widely acclaimed since its launch a few months ago.
Leading fashion photographer Wayne Johns added: "The Creo has a spec that until now could only be found on the most expensive packs. With its flash durations that can be as fast as 1/7692 second, linked to the legendary Bowens build quality, this is a perfect pack for commercial studios. The consistency and power, burst after burst, and the colour temperature stability is outstanding. It is just superbly reliable every shot."
Christian Hough, fashion and fine art photographer, added: "The new Creo is so fast it even managed to freeze an air rifle pellet in a test shoot."
Creo key features:
- Ultra-fast recycling .9 sec at full power
- Up to 8 flashes per second.
- Flash durations as quick as 1/7700sec
- 9 F-stop range with 1/10th stop control
- Colour Temperature 5600K ±180K
- High Colour stability ±80K from 4.0-10.0
- Multi voltage, fan cooled for intense working, option of radio trigger and Remote Control