Flexibility to adjust the angle, direction and intensity of lighting output enables photographers to achieve natural lighting across the scene
One or both of the macro flash heads can be removed from the ring to light the area behind the subject for a range of different shooting options
Radio transmission enables sophisticated control of up to 15 slave units enabling even greater lighting options
Eliminate motion blur emphasize the subject against soft background blur with flash shooting at shutter speeds up to 1/8000 sec
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91.1mm x 232.2mm
Yes, with detection switch
Dot matrix LCD (3 colours)
Yes (optional CP-E4N)
White LED with time and brightness adjustment
Four AA/LR6 batteries
5.5 secs (In body), 2.5 secs (External)
5 groups. Max 15 units