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A brief but interesting history of electronic flash...

In 1932, Dr. Harold Edgerton of M.I.T., father of electronic flash, developed the basic circuitry to convert stored electrical energy into a short burst of light. With more electricity, you could repeat the flash over again. Electronic flash was born!

Working with Edgerton, Heiland Research Corporation refined and developed the basic circuitry concepts and began manufacturing useable, portable electronic flash units.

In 1939, Heiland developed a method of firing an external flash attachment by tripping the camera shutter.

By the late 1940's, Heiland was the recognized leader in electronic flash.

In 1954, the Heiland Research Corporation merged with Honeywell. Work began immediately on more compact, powerful forms of electronic flash.

In 1965 Honeywell invented the automatic electronic flash. Automatic Strobonars determine the exact amount of light your subject needs for a perfect exposure and deliver just that amount. This eliminates the need for your calculating the correct exposure.

List of Honeywell StrobolitesEdit

Manual

  • Strobolite 14
  • Strobolite 18
  • Strobolite 28
  • Strobolite 210

Automatic

  • Auto/Strobolite 52
  • Auto/Strobolite 55
  • Auto/Strobolite 57
  • Auto/Strobolite 630
  • Auto/Strobolite 650

Honeywell PocketlineEdit

Manual

List of Honeywell StrobonarsEdit

Manual

  • Strobonar 64B
  • Strobonar 65C
  • Strobonar 65D
  • Strobonar 66A
  • Strobonar 100
  • Strobonar 100M
  • Strobonar 105
  • Strobonar 109
  • Strobonar 300
  • Strobonar 310
  • Strobonar 312
  • Strobonar 400
  • Strobonar 500
  • Strobonar 600
  • Strobonar 610 Pressmaster
  • Strobonar 700
  • Strobonar 710
  • Strobonar 800
  • Strobonar 810

Automatic/Manual

  • Auto/Strobonar 110
  • Auto/Strobonar 110A
  • Auto/Strobonar 115
  • Auto/Strobonar 120A
  • Auto/Strobonar 220
  • Auto/Strobanar 225/227
  • Auto/Strobonar 280S
  • Auto/Strobonar 330
  • Auto/Strobonar 332
  • Auto/Strobonar 350
  • Auto/Strobonar 360
  • Auto/Strobonar 360A
  • Auto/Strobonar 380S
  • Auto/Strobonar 440
  • Auto/Strobonar 450
  • Auto/Strobonar 460
  • Auto/Strobonar 462
  • Auto/Strobonar 470
  • Auto/Strobonar 480S
  • Auto/Strobonar 550
  • Auto/Strobonar 660
  • Auto/Strobonar 682S
  • Auto/Strobonar 770
  • Auto/Strobonar 780
  • Auto/Strobonar 880
  • Auto/Strobonar 890
  • Auto/Strobonar 890S

Auto(Strobo-Eye needed)/Manual

  • Auto/Strobonar 462
  • Auto/Strobonar 772
  • Auto/Strobonar 782
  • Auto/Strobonar 882
  • Auto/Strobonar 892
  • Auto/Strobonar 892S

Studio Strobonars

  • Strobonar 51-A
  • Slave Strobonar 109
  • Slave Strobonar 200
  • Slave Strobonar 202
  • Slave Strobonar 204
  • Slave Strobonar 60S
  • Strobonar 804 Flash head
  • Honeywell Prox-O-Lite

AccessoriesEdit

  • Strobo-Eye Remote Sensor
  • Lens kit for series 65
  • Lens kit for models 312, 330, 332, 460, 462
  • 400 Series Strobodome Set for models 310, 312, 330, 332, 380S, 460, 462, 470, 480S
  • Lens kit for models 700, 770, 800, 772, 882
  • Strobodome Diffuser Set for 700 and 800 series Strobonars
  • Variable Range Lens kit for Auto/Strobonar models 770 and 880
  • Slave accessory kit
  • Foto-Eye II

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Power SuppliesEdit

  • Pro Pak II for Strobonar models 810, 890, 892
  • Permacad Power Pak for all 800 series Strobonars
  • Prox-O-Lite High Performance Pak
  • Custom AC Pak

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