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Quadralite Stroboss 60F
Stroboss 60N is a classic, compact reporter speedlite with the guide number of 60m and an integrated Navigator X radio control system. The flash may work with Fuji TTL automatic flash metering systems. As a result, it can be easily used in automatic and semi-automatic shooting modes. Moreover, it allows for fully manual control over the flash output and zoom. Stroboss 60F stands out with an integrated transmitter/receiver of the wireless flash control and triggering system. It operates at the radio frequency of 2.4 GHz and ensures effective range of communication of up to 100 meters. As a result, Stroboss 60n can be used both as MASTER and SLAVE flash in the Quadralite Navigator X system. Plus, it may be used as a part of the wireless flash control and triggering systems: Nikon Creative Lightning System.
Quadralite Stroboss 60n flash works best with Quadralite Navigator X radio transceiver which allows wireless control and triggering including High-Speed Sync and Multi modes*.
Key Product Features:
• Compatibility with FFuji TTL cameras (flash exposure compensation,
synchro with high shutter speeds HSS, flash bracketing, flash exposure lock,
front and rear shutter synchro).
• Compatibility with remote flash control and triggering systems: Nikon
Creative Lightning System (MASTER, SLAVE).
• Integrated radio transmitter and receiver (2.4GHz) of the Quadralite
Navigator X remote control and triggering system (the flash can work in
MASTER and SLAVE modes).
• Triggering through a photocell or via Jack 2.5mm connection.
• Large flash output (GN 60) and stable color temperature (5600 K ± 200K).
• Full control over the flash output in the manual mode (adjustment from 1/1
to 1/128 at 1/3 EV steps).
• Flexible flash head (horizontal tilt from 0° to 360° and vertical tilt from -7° to
• 20-200 mm zoom and a built-in panel with the dispersing capacity to 14mm.
• Firmware update through USB interface.
• Stroboss 60F flash
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