Morris Midi DC Slave Flash Di, for Digital Cameras, Guide Number 42 with ISO 100" Feet.

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Morris Midi DC Features

  • Dual-mode Wireless Slave Flash:
    @@ N-mode for single flash triggered by your camera's flash and syncs with main flash
    @@ P-mode for cameras with pre-flash triggered by your camera's main flash, not the the pre-flash and syncs.
  • Compact & powerful!
  • 1/4-20 Threaded Socket for Tripod Mount.
  • Dimensions: 1.2" x 2.4" x 2.5"
  • Power Source: 2 AA Size Batteries
  • Guide Number: 42 (ISO 100 in feet).
  • Subject Distance: 1.5 - 16.5 feet
  • Angle of Coverage: 65 x 50°, 80 x 65° with the Wide Angle Adapter.
  • Recycling Time: 5 Seconds with Fresh Batteries.

Morris Midi DC Reviews

Reviewed by 2 customers

 
4.0

Great little unit

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from Wiliams Lake, BC  -  Photo Enthusiast

I purchased two for several reasons: identical lights for copying documents, main and fill light for nature close-ups, and ceiling bounce for people. Their small size is extremely handy. They're ready in about 5 seconds the first time and faster for subsequent flashes. Indoors I can set the flash on my digital SLR to as little as 1/128th power (manual) and they always fire, so virtually all the light is from the slaves. Of course they don't work with TTL auto flash because they are triggered too early. They seem durable but it's just too early to know about their long-term reliability. They are 1/10 the price and 1/5 the size of name-brand wireless slaves. Highly recommended if you can get by with manual exposure slaves.

(1 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Good - fun to use

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from FL  -  Semi-Professional

I'll have to get the one for digital cameras next.

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