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Some photographers (not me, so I cannot give more details) like to work with various traditional film/plate processes, which have extremely low ISO values and need ludicrous amounts of illumination to avoid motion blur with many subjects. I have seen these people preferring such powerful monolights. Using a single head is likely simply due to space or setup ...


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The Godox AD1200 is a really different type of light than your Dynalite setup. First off, it's a Li-ion battery-powered monolight, not an AC-powered pack and heads. No cables at all. So, it's really easy to take out on location, where you may need more power coming from a single head to balance against sunlight. It's also HSS and TTL capable. And having ...


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I am not sure which direction your question aims at, but as a use-case for a single head high-power strobe, photos in bright daylight come to mind. In certain scenarios using a flash to provide fill in shots against the sun, especially if you want to use a large softbox or reflex dish, you will need all the power you can get. Also if you need to use HSS to ...


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