Compact and powerful, the Metz M400 Flashgun for Fujifilm represents a new generation of compact flash systems especially designed for compact system cameras. Designed for photographers and videographers, the M400 features a maximum guide number of 40 (ISO 100), Auto TTL mode, an adjustable LED video light, an integrated OLED display, a motorised zoom function
Compact and lightweight remote Speedlight Unit Supports the Nikon Creative Lighting System (CLS) and compatible CLS cameras. It features easy-to-set analogue controls. The built-in target light and AF Illuminator allows for proper position of Speedlight on the subject as well as autofocus operation in low light situations. i-TTL Flash control for accurate
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 Fujifilm EF-X8 Shoe-mount flash is an additional lighting source designed for use at night or indoors under low-light. It neatly slots into the hot shoe mount on your Fujifilm camera body. The flash has several shooting modes including TTL mode, manual and as a commander to fire off-camera slave cell flash units.
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
With a Guide Number of 64 at ISO 100/21°, this is simply one of the most powerful hotshoe-mounted flashguns on the market. The 64 AF-1 is a real workhorse and bound to be a hit with professional photographers: It's packed with features and built to last. The design features a rotating colour display which is a cinch to operate, a modelling lamp for
With the capability of to control three groups of flashes in its role as a commander, the Nissin i60A is a powerful, versatile flashgun in a compact design. Its wireless slave TTL functionality can be controlled by another Nissin flash unit or by the Air 1 commander unit, and it has a guide number 60m at ISO 100/200mm, allowing it to cover focal lengths
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
Ultra-compact Speedlight, perfectly suited to the smaller Interchangeable lens cameras such as the Nikon Z series, Canon R series, Sony Alpha a7 & a9, Fujifilm X series, Panasonic Lumix series & Olympus OM-D series. This model works with Sony cameras.
The Hahnel Modus 600RT MK II Wireless Kit for Nikon DSLRs includes: Modus 600RT MK II Speedlight, Viper TTL Transmitter, 1x HLX-MD1 Extreme Battery, USB powered MD1 Ultra-compact Charger and a USB cable. This wireless speedlight kit features a fast recycle time of 1.5sec, up to 600 shots at full power, up to 1000 shots at 1/2 power, wireless connectivity,
The Olympus FL-700WR is a high-performance electronic flash compatible with wireless radio wave shooting. During wireless shooting, it can be used as a commander or flash with built-in receiver. The compact, lightweight design delivers excellent portability with high intensity at a maximum guide number of 42 (ISO 100/m). Due to a dust-, splash-and freeze-proof
The Pentax AF 360 FGZ II Flashgun is portable flash unit with a guide number of 36 (at ISO 100/m) and a wear-resistant construction. On front of AF 360 flashgun is a fixed LED light, which comes in handy for close-distance movie recording and still-image shooting. user can customise flash operation by pre-setting as many as nine different flash functions