Morris AC Bare Bulb Slave Flash, 22 Watt Seconds of Power, Guide Number of 26 with ISO 100 Ft.


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About Morris AC Bare Bulb

When you need maximum coverage in a single flash, the AC Bare Bulb Slave delivers. This AC flash features a U-shaped flash tube firing into a diffused dome for broad coverage. Because of the unit's small size, the output still has fairly high contrast, and is ideal to light backgrounds for environmental portraits. Specially designed to deliver even light to the widest area, the Bare Bulb Slave also makes an excellent general coverage light. When used for portraiture, it delivers a slightly softer light than the other AC's. It can also be used to full advantage to replace standard household light bulbs in architectural interiors.

Like the other AC's it is triggered by your main flash unit through a built-in slave sensor. It has a guide number of 26 with ISO 100 film and recycles in 5 seconds.

Morris AC Bare Bulb Features

  • 22 w/s of power
  • GN 26 (ISO 100, ft.) 180å flash coverage
  • Open flash button
  • Green power on lamp, red ready lamp

Morris AC Bare Bulb Reviews

Reviewed by 3 customers


Exactly what we needed


from tyler tx  -  Pro Photographer

used in a light box for headshots (dental office) works great and fires without fail!


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from Willcox, AZ  -  Pro Photographer

I have had my for many years and ordering more. This is so handy for fill flash etc. No wires to trip over and light weight, easy to handle.


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from Mumbai, Maharashtra, India  -  Professional

This is a good stuff for portrait and fashion photography. Is it available in Indian Market who is the dealer?


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Cherry K  Would you please advise how many watt does the light bulbs use? I am looking for 220 watt.
Andrew R  I'm not sure I understand your question. Power output is 22 watt/seconds. Bulb is to be used with US 110-120VAC/60HZ mains.
Cherry K  Hi Andrew, Sorry I mean I am looking for 220 Volt Morris light bulb. Thanks!
Shopper  110 watt or 220 watt?
JIM C  110 watt
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