The EF-20 Flash from FUJIFILM is compatible with Fuji cameras featuring TTL flash exposure control and offers a guide number of 66′ at ISO 100 and 23mm. This unit has standard coverage of 23mm with APS-C format cameras which can be adjusted to 17mm with the use of the built-in wide-angle panel. Additionally, it runs on 2 AA batteries and has a recycle time of 4-5 seconds.
The Manfrotto Maxima-84 Hybrid On-Camera LED Light is a constant video light that transforms into a flash unit for still photography. when the light’s 0-100% dimmer is set to 100%. The native color temperature in video mode is 5600K daylight color. The battery lasts about an hour-and-a-half. The ball head can hold the light in portrait or landscape mode it connects to the light by shoe mount, and the light has a shoe on both its long side and short side. The light having two shoes lets you attach it to other Maxima-84s. You can stack as many of them together as you want.
The HVL-F60RM Wireless Radio Flash from Sony has been equipped with a built-in 2.4 GHz radio transceiver to allow photographers to quickly create portable lighting setups with complete support for P-TTL / ADI metering. The flash works within Sony’s optical wireless flash system as well, where it is also able to operate as either a commander or remote unit. Compared to its predecessor, and in addition to the added radio transceiver, the HVL-F60RM also has improved overheating protection for more consistent and reliable performance. Additionally, the flash also has a dust- and moisture-resistant construction along with a durable metal foot. Equipped with a 2.4 GHz radio transceiver, the HVL-F60RM is able to operate as either a radio commander or remote as part of Sony’s radio wireless system, including the FA-WRC1M Wireless Radio Commander and FA-WRR1 Wireless Radio Receiver. Additionally, it has full support for Sony’s P-TTL / ADI metering system, including high-speed sync and ratio control.
The Sony HVL-LEIR1 Battery LED Video and Infrared Light is compatible with Handycam camcorders and Alpha cameras that feature Sony’s proprietary Multi-Interface Shoe (MIS). The 1500 lux LED light provides steady lighting and the built-in IR light works for ultra-dark settings. You can control brightness with a conveniently located dial as well. The HVL-LEIR1 is compatible with Sony Handycam camcorders and Alpha cameras that have the Multi-Interface Shoe (MIS). The HVL-LEIR1 is compact and lightweight for easy portability.
The EF-140S Electronic Flash from Sigma is optimized for use with the DP Quattro camera line but is compatible with cameras featuring Sigma’s S-TTL. The flash will offer coverage for a 19mm lens in the APS-C format and it has a recycle time of approximately 5 to 6.5 seconds. This includes flash exposure compensation from -3 to +3 EV in 1/3 EV steps. Also, on the rear of the flash is an LED that will indicate when it is ready to fire. Included with the flash is a drawstring carrying pouch and it will run on 2 AAA batteries. Manual control is possible through in-camera controls.
The Sigma EM-140 DG Ring Flash is ideal for photographing subjects in fine detail close-up photography and is extremely effective for scientific and medical applications. The Modeling Flash function makes it possible to check for reflections and shadows before actually taking the flash picture. High-Speed Synchro and Exposure compensation functions are also available for advanced flash photography. Wireless TTL flash control (4 channels), with Manual Exposure possible.The stroboscopic effect power level and frequency customizable.
Complete your durable, rugged All-Weather camera setup with the P-TTL capable AF540FGZ II Flash from Pentax which features 28 seals, including the hot shoe, that enables a reliable weather-resistant digital imaging system. Also, with the use of a built-in diffusion panel, the coverage can be extended to 20mm. Another benefit of this flash is tilt from -10 to 90° and rotation 135° to the left and 180° to the right for complete bounce functionality. Also, this unit can be set as a master, control, or slave unit and has access to a contrast control sync setting that enables the adjustment of the output of multiple flashes from a single unit. Additionally, the AF540FGZ II runs on 4 AA batteries with a recycle time of 2.6-26.2 seconds and it comes with a case and stands. Flash head automatically controls the zoom from 24mm-85mm (full-frame) with compatible cameras and autofocus lenses. AF-assist beam for focusing under low light or low-contrast conditions.
The Olympus FL-700WR Electronic Flash is a wireless TTL-enabled strobe characterized by its weather-sealed design and 2.4 GHz radio control capabilities. Additionally, hybrid stills/video shooters can benefit from this flash as well thanks to a built-in LED video light for constant illumination. The flash’s design offers seamless operation via rear dials and an LCD screen, and it conveniently accepts four AA batteries as its power source. Supports Olympus TTL system for use with special camera functions, such as High Res Shot and Focus Stacking, as well as automatic exposure and high-speed sync.LED video light provides constant illumination source as well as AF assist in dim lighting. It offers power adjustment from 1/1 to 1/32 and can output a max of 100 lux at 3.3′.Flash supports rapid continuous shooting up to 10 fps at 1/16 power for approximately 50 consecutive frames when used with the OM-D E-M1X or E-M1 Mark II cameras.
The STF-8 Twin Flash from Olympus offers shooters a completely weatherproof macro flash option. Design with full TTL support for Olympus cameras, this twin flash will help users more easily illuminate their close-up subjects. Also, it features adjustable ratios to help control the contrast of the scene and how much light is coming from each side. Additionally, it will cover a 12mm lens on Micro Four Thirds format camera and each flash head can be tilted from -40 to 60°. As an advanced flash unit, the STF-8 is equipped with numerous features and settings that will help photographers. Shooters can use the STF-8 as a wireless master TTL flash to control up to 4 groups of flashes set up off-camera. Covers the angle of view of a 12mm lens on Micro Four Thirds cameras, or approximately 61° vertically and 72° horizontally. Compatible with Focus Stacking and Focus Bracketing modes of select OM-D cameras.
The Nikon SB-300 AF Speedlight is a lightweight on-camera flash that is compatible with Nikon cameras featuring i-TTL support. The SB-300 ensures proper exposure and color balance with i-TTL metering. When used with cameras featuring Nikon’s Creative Lighting System you can access advanced controls like rear-curtain sync and fill flash. The flash also offers slow, first and second curtain sync for more creative control over your light. The SB-300 operates on two AAA batteries which will provide a recycle time between 3.5-30 seconds and it comes with the Nikon SS-DC1 Soft Case for storage. Flash head provides wide-angle coverage for 18mm lenses in DX-format cameras or 27mm in FX-format.Foot lock lever for secure mounting to the camera.
The SF 60 is a flexible flash well-suited for select Leica M, S, and SL-series cameras. It can also be expanded to 16mm with the built-in diffusion panel. Additionally, hybrid stills/video shooters can benefit from this flash as well thanks to a built-in LED video light for constant illumination. The flash’s design offers seamless operation via rear dials and color LCD screen and it accepts either 4 AA batteries or an optional external power pack. Wireless slave TTL functionality using either the Leica SF C1, with a range of 328′, or using optical slave capabilities.HV power socket for using external battery packs
The SF 26 Flash from Leica is a compact, shoe-mounted unit with an 85′ guide number at ISO 100 and 85mm and an extremely useful 90° bounce capability. Also, the flash has a constant LED video light with 2 output settings and a maximum output of 30 lux at 3.3′. Additionally, the LED provides AF assist in low-light conditions. A flash readiness indicator is built-into the flash, as well as a status, LED that provides operating information to the user. An integrated USB socket is available for firmware updates and the unit runs on 2 AAA batteries. A microfiber pouch is included.
Punch up your scene with some additional light from the SF 40 Flash from Leica. Optimized for use with Leica’s latest cameras, the SF 40 has TTL support for automatic exposure and metering and it features a compact design with a useful output. Also, it has a zoom range of 24-105mm, which can be expanded to 16mm with the use of the pull-out diffusion panel, for excellent coverage with your lenses. Fully featured as a flash, the SF 40 offers both tilt up to 90° and a full 360° of rotation for complete bounce coverage. It can also be set as a wireless slave flash when used with a compatible master unit. Additionally, it has support for slow, high-speed, 1st and 2nd curtain sync modes.
Take advantage of high-speed sync, wireless control and triggering, and other advanced flash capabilities with the FUJIFILM EF-X500 Flash for X-series cameras. A pull-out diffuser is available for expanding coverage to wider 20mm, or 10mm APS-C lenses. In keeping with hybrid stills/video camera designs, and offering an alternative fill light option to the pull-out bounce card built into the flash, is an LED light. For bounce lighting, the EF-X500 can tilt from -10 to 90° and offers rotation left 135° and right 180°. A major addition to this flash is full wireless master and slave TTL functionality. Pull-out diffuser offers support for 20mm optics and pull-out bounce card helps provide additional fill light.
The EF-42 Flash from FUJIFILM features a guide number of 138′ at ISO 100 and 105mm and is fully compatible with FUJIFILM cameras, offering TTL flash metering support. Also, bounce flash is possible with tilting upward 90° and rotation 120° right and 180° left, for full control over light placement. Also, the front of the unit has an AF assist light and it has a recycle time of 3 to 3.5 seconds at full power. It runs on 4 AA batteries. Zoom focal length can be set to either 35mm or APS-C formats with ranges of 24-105mm and 16-70mm respectively.
The Speedlite EL-100 from Canon is a sleek strobe designed to give you more control, flexibility, and power than your camera’s built-in flash. Offering a guide number of 85.3′ at ISO 100 and 50mm, this flash also has a 90° tilting range, 330° rotating, and a similar spread to that of a 24mm to suit working in a variety of indoor and outdoor situations. For creative applications, a stroboscopic mode can be used for unique effects during long exposures or second-curtain sync helps to emphasize moving subjects. The mode dial features an AUTO setting to allow your camera to determine whether or not the flash is needed and will fire when necessary. The stroboscopic setting for rapid, repeating firing that can be used for creative effects during long exposures.