Fujifilm’s first radio-controlled wireless shoe-mount flash, the EF-60 packs an impressive output power and multiple functions into a compact body. When combined with the Wireless Commander EF-W1, the EF-60 supports radio-controlled wireless flash, allowing users to be more creative in a wider range of conditions.
The Hähnel Modus 360RT Speedlight for a FujiFilm fit is Hähnel’s answer to the need for a compact, lightweight, yet powerful speedlight. With a Rapid recycle time of 1.5 secs, high-powered video light and being able to achieve 400 shots on full power, the options are endless with this product. This unit is best suited for smaller DSLR camera bodies and
The Panasonic FL580LE Flashgun is designed for use with the Panasonic G Series, FZ Series and LX100 digital cameras. Key features include a powerful guide number of 58, a built-in LED light of 100lux @1m, full TTL control and a wireless mode with compatible cameras. Coverage is from 24-200mm (35mm equivalent) or 14mm with the included wide angle panel and
The Quantum Qflash Trio QF8N combines a Qflash head with built-in FreeXwire TTL radio and QTTL adapter for your Nikon digital camera. Slip it onto the camera hot shoe, connect a Turbo battery and you're ready to start shooting. The Trio's radio trigger sends TTL commands to other remote Qflash Trio's. You can configure distinct modes and settings of remote
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 version works with Canon cameras.
The Pentax AF201 FG flashgun is a lightweight, compact flashgun that weighs just 141g and is ideal for smaller bodies. It has a dust-proof, wear-resistant design with 18 seals applied in crucial parts of body, making it perfect for outdoor shooting in harsh conditions. With a guide number of 20 at ISO 100/m, it has a flash range of 0.7m-8.0m, and has a
Compact and powerful, the Metz M400 Flashgun for Sony 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 powerful, the Metz M400 Flashgun for Canon 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
The Metz 52 AF-1 Digital Flashgun features all the benefits of the previous model (Mecablitz 50 AF-1) and includes further developments. The sophisticated design of the 52 AF-1 offers an increased guide number of 52 (ISO 100/21° at 105mm focal length) and an illuminated touchscreen display which rotates through 90°. This is particularly practical for operation
A useful addition to any photographer’s kit bag, the Kenro Mini Speedflash with Canon Fit (KFL102FT) is a compact, powerful flashgun packed with features despite its tiny size. It offers a guide number of GN32 (ISO 100), and without batteries, weighs 150g, making it the perfect external flashgun for smaller DSLR and mirrorless cameras.
Looking for the best speedlight you can be a daunting task because there are so many to choose from! That’s where the Hähnel Modus 600RT MK II comes into the frame. This speedlight is an excellent solution and would be a welcome part of your kit bag. Powered by a Hähnel Extreme Li-Ion Battery, it offers very fast recycle times of 1.5 seconds and even then,
The Nissin i600 Flashgun is a high powered and high output flashgun in a small and portable shell. It features TTL functionality and a guide number of 197' at ISO 100 in the 200mm position. It can provide coverage within a zoom range of 24-200mm, but can also go down to as low as 16mm with the wide-angle diffuser that is built into the device. The actual