The Fujifilm EF-42 flashgun has been designed to provide complete TTL performance with the FinePix HS20 and X100 digital cameras. The flash includes a bounce and swivel head and an auto zoom function covering 24mm to 105mm (20mm with the built in wide angle diffuser). The LCD on the back of the gun provides the user with easy to follow functions including
The updated Nissin i700 is an easy to use, full-featured flashgun with a Guide Number of 54 and zoom coverage of 24-200mm. The selector dial and colourful LED control panel are clear and easily operated, and the pivoting head features rotating lock release buttons. Crucially, the i700 includes a wireless receiver unit which works with the included Nissin
This high-output, high-speed flash from Sony is packed full of advanced features that make it ideal for professional users. Featuring wireless functionality, the Sony HVL-F60RM Flashgun recharges every 1.7 seconds (0.6 seconds with the External Battery Adapter – sold separately), and can be rotated 90 degrees left and right, 150 degrees up, and 8 degrees
The Fujifilm EF-20 Flashgun combines a compact design and efficient controls and is the ideal for carrying in a pocket or bag and providing any additional lighting. The hotshoe folds cleverly into the flash body to minimise space and simply rotates out when required for use. With the guide number 20 (ISO 100-m) and operating TTL with the FinePix X100 and
The Panasonic DMW-FL360LE Flashgun is a fully dedicated flashgun for use with the Panasonic GH3 compact system camera. Recycle time is around 2 seconds, and the flashgun capable of being operated wirelessly. The built-in LED light is especially useful for video shooting.. Features include a bounce and swivel head, wireless operation (with compatible cameras)
Don't be deceived by the Nissin i40's svelte dimensions: This mini-marvel packs a Guide Number of 40 at 105mm, video lighting adjustable over 9 stops (a real boon at special events at gigs, where you can freely switch between videography and still photography), and a specification replete with high-end features. Although perfectly proportioned for smaller
Updated and upgraded, the immensely successful and modestly priced Nissin i700 flashgun is simple to operate, but not shy on features. The selector dial and colourful LED control panel are clear and easily operated, and the flash is capable of outputs of up to a Guide Number of 54 with zoom coverage of 24-200mm. There are sockets for PC sync and 3.5mm sync.
The Metz 26 AF-2 Flashgun is a compact, lightweight flashgun that, despite its small size, boasts a whole host of user-friendly features. With a guide number of 26 for ISO 100/21°, it outperforms integrated camera flashes, and is the perfect size for compact system cameras and compact cameras with a hot shoe. It is also suitable for video recording thanks
The Nikon SB-300 Speedlight Flashgun is a versatile, easy-to-use entry-level Speedlight for controlling the quality and direction of light. This portable lighting accessory provides more power than a built-in flash and offers a guide number 18 meters (at ISO 100). The SB-300 head can be tilted 120-degrees which enables you to “bounce” the flash off the
With a dust, splash, and freeze-proof construction to match the weatherproofing of Olympus OM-D cameras, the Olympus FL-900R Flashgun is a high-intensity flash with a maximum guide number of 57. Perfect for lenses with a focal length of 12mm or higher, it is equipped with a wireless mode that enables multi-flash photography with up to 4 flash groups. Furthermore,
The compact, yet powerful, Nissin i60A flashgun has a guide number of 60m at ISO 100/200mm. The zoom head covers focal lengths of 24-200mm, which can be expanded to 16mm with the built-in wide-angle diffusion panel. It is powered 4 AA batteries, which will provide 220 full power bursts, and there is also a power socket for using external battery packs.
The Cactus RF60X is a portable flashgun with a built-in wireless commander, receiver, and slave. It is able to control other flashguns as well as be controlled by the Cactus V6, V6II, and V6 IIs transceivers. Easy to use, it has maximum guide number of 56, and an innovative design that features a cooling mode to prevent overheat cut-off, an autofocus assist