Chimera Introduces Triolet to Profoto Lighting Adapter

Chimera has introduced an adapter for its Triolet light that allows it to be used with an array of light-shaping tools ranging from reflectors to beauty dishes.

Chimera noted that the line between full motion and still-content creators is blurring more everyday. With that in mind, the company announced the Triolet to Profoto Adapter, that extends the capabilities of its popular continuous lighting device.

Easily attached to the Triolet, which can accommodate up to a 1000 watts in LED, tungsten or fluorescent bulbs, the adapter allows users to attach a range of accessories. Previously only compatible with speed rings, this adapter now allows Profoto users to continue using their legacy gear and widen their accessory lineup to include more light shaping tools.

Constructed from solid 6061-T6 aluminum alloy, the adapter is designed for long-lasting durability. It is priced at $150.00.

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