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Interfit Announces New Wireless EX200Ti Monolights

By Anthony Thurston on March 29th 2014

Have you ever wanted to control the output of your studio monolights wirelessly from your camera? This is a feature that has been available in some of the higher end lighting systems for a little while now, but lower – more cost effective – lighting systems have generally not had this capability. Until now.

Interfit is one of my favorite lighting companies. They offer a great build quality, and an even better price. They recently announced the new EX200Ti, a 200ws studio monolight that has a built in 7-channel radio receiver. Using the included on-camera controller, you can manually change the output of up to 4 lights wirelessly, without ever having to walk around and mess with the lights.

Interfit EX200Ti Specifications


  • Built-in 7-Channel Receiver
  • 5-Stop Power Range
  • Full Power Recycling: 2.0 Sec.
  • Fan-Cooled
  • 8″ Reflector
  • Integrated Handle
  • Uses EX Series Accessories

Being able to wirelessly control my monolights is a feature that I have been looking for in lower priced lights for a while, and Interfit has finally delivered. These new EX200Ti monolights come individually for around $275, or in a two light kit (complete with lighting stands, reflectors and softboxes) for only $549.

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Anthony Thurston is a photographer based in the Salem, Oregon area specializing in Boudoir. He recently started a new project, Fiercely Boudoir to help support the growing boudoir community. Find him over on Instagram. You may also connect with him via Email.

Q&A Discussions

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  1. Lukas

    There is also 400 W/s version for the same money. SLR Lounge – please make a review of both version WITH remote control. It looks like those could be a very affordable alternatives for studio strobes as long as they quality and re ability is on par with mainstream products.

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  2. Ken Prater

    Interfit has always been the low cost underdog in this arena of light modifiers. I think this may be a good idea for intro shooters that want to do some studio work. I wonder if you guys at SLR Lounge would get your hands on a pair of these and give the run for their money with them. PCB lights have always been a great place to start for light modifiers at reasonable prices but what do the Interfit guys have to offer.

    SLR Lounge…try em out. Please! Think about it. LOL.

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  3. Herm

    That is great to hear. Good price.

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