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Sigma EF-610 DG ST Shoe Mount Flash for Sony ADI Digital SLRs, Guide Number 200' at 105mm Setting

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Product Highlights

  • Powerful light output with a Guide number of 200
  • Illumination covers a focal length from 24mm to 105mm
  • Covers 17mm when the built in Wide Panel is used
  • Fully automatic flash photography
  • Above 150 (ISO 100)
  • Shoe Mount Flash
  • Made For Sony
  • Flash Only
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About Sigma EF-610 DG ST

For limited time only, save 18% on the Sigma EF-610 DG ST dropping from $165.00 to $135.00 when you buy this item at Adorama.com and Shipping is free! The Sigma EF-610 DG ST also comes in Sigma EF-610 DG ST Shoe Mount Flash for Sony ADI Kit.

The EF-610 DG ST features a powerful Guide Number of 200ft / 61m and is designed to work with the latest TTL auto exposure systems of all popular digital and film SLR cameras.

It features TTL automatic flash exposure control for easy operation. The autozoom function automatically sets the optimum illumination angle in accordance with the lens' focal length in a range from 24mm to 105mm. When the built-in Wide Panel is used, the flash can cover the angle of 17mm.

For bounce flash, the flashgun head can be tilted up by 90 degrees, to the left by 180 degrees, or to the right by 90 degrees. It can also be tilted down by 7 degrees allowing ease of use for close-up photography. In addition to automatic mode, the flashgun also features a manual flash mode, making it possible to set the flash power to full or 1/16. When the flashgun is fully charged, a confirmation 'ready' light will be emitted and the flash exposure level can be checked through the camera's viewfinder.

Other features incorporated into this flashgun include the Auto Power-Off function to help save battery power.

Sigma EF-610 DG ST Features

  • Powerful light output with a Guide number of 200
  • Illumination covers a focal length from 24mm to 105mm. (Also covers 17mm when the built in Wide Panel is used)
  • Fully automatic flash photography for easy operation.

Sigma EF-610 DG ST Specifications

Guide Number
24mm - 112 ft / 34 M
28mm - 115 ft / 35 M
35mm - 118 ft / 36 M
50mm - 151 ft / 46 M
70mm - 171 ft / 52 M
85mm - 184 ft / 56 M
105mm - 200 ft / 61 M
Power Source
Four AA alkaline or AA NiCd or Ni-MH (Nikel Metal Hybride) batteries
Recycle Time
Approx 7 seconds (when using alkaline batteries) Approx. 5 seconds (when using NiCd, Ni-MH batteries)
Number Of Flashes
Approx.120 flashes (when using alkaline batteries) Approx. 160 flashes (when using Nicd, Ni-MH batteries)
Illumination Angle
Automatically set in accordance with the focal length of the lens, in a range from 24mm to 105mm. Also covers the angle of a 17mm lens when used with the built-in Wide Panel.
Bounce Angle (Up)
0, 60, 75, 90 degrees
Bounce Angle (Right)
0, 60, 75, 90 degrees
Bounce Angle (Left)
0,60,75,90,120,150,180 degrees
Tilt angle (Down)
0.7 degrees
Dimensions (W X H X D)
3.0 X 5.5 X 4.6 inch / 77 × 139 × 117mm
Weight
11.3 oz. / 320g (without batteries)
Mfr #
F19205
SKU
SG610STSO

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3.6

(based on 23 reviews)

61%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

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Most Liked Positive Review

 

works great

Used this flash to photograph a wedding, worked great!

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

Didn't work consistently with Sony A37

When the flash worked, it worked great but it would randomly stop being recognized as being on the camera and would not work. I sent 2 of them back.

Reviewed by 23 customers

 
1.0

WHAT A DISAPPOINTMENT FOR PENTAX K-30

By

The flash would not fit onto the camera--I measured the piece on my Pentax with the base of the flash and the flash attachment site was much larger. I pushed and pushed and it finally went on--then I had just as bad a time getting it off. I thought---why ruin my camera because this dog won't fit? so it went back to Adorama the next day. I TRUSTED ADORAMA AND THIS WAS A REAL LET DOWN--MY FIRST ONE WITH THEM.

 
4.0

Great for the price!

By

I am hard on flash units. Use them in crowds on remote and they get hard use. At he price it doesn't shake me up when they are damaged.

 
5.0

Sigma EF-610 DG ST for Pentax

By

Bought for a second flash .I do event photography .It is a very simple flash to operate. Maybe too simple .

 
5.0

great flash

By

flash works great both on and off camera. electronics integrate well with my Nikon D7000

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
2.0

Didn't work consistently with Sony A37

By

When the flash worked, it worked great but it would randomly stop being recognized as being on the camera and would not work. I sent 2 of them back.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
3.0

Nice, inexpensive flash, but....

By

...but you get what you pay for. As a straight on-camera flash, this unit does a very good job. The problem I am having is as soon as I swivel or tilt the head into bounce mode, the D3100 no longer meters properly and I am forced to go into manual and bracket into the proper exposure. Inconvenience for staged shots, not useful for active shots. I have replaced it with an SB800, which properly meters bounce conditions, and will be using the EF-610 only as an off-camera fill flash.

 
5.0

Super!

By

Very Pleased with the fast shipping and really looking forward to years of fun with this new flash.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Dependable Flash

By

I wanted to get a new flash for my Pentax K-30. I own two Pentax Flashes, but I have never been 100% happy with their flashes. The Sigma EF-610. DG ST is a basic flash. There is no LCD on the back of the flash. It is very simple to use. Attach it to you hotshoe, set your camera to program or auto, and you are all set to go. The bottom line is the images. This flash does the job as advertised. If you want the other Sigma flash with the LCD, you can get it, but it will cost a lot more. I have no issues or concerns about my flash. I did speak to Sigma on the phone and they told me that alkaline batteries last longer than lithium batteries. For a simple flash that works great, I would recommend this flash. Just remember, every SLR camera that has a pop -up flash isn't designed for everything. You will need a shoemount flash to increase the proformance of your camera.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Powerful but simple to use

By

I use the Sigma EF regularly as a newspaper reporter. It works well in all kinds of lighting conditions. It recycles fast even when I need a lot of light in a big auditorium. I don't find anything wrong about it. It is perfect for me as a reporter.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

works great

By

Used this flash to photograph a wedding, worked great!

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George P  Will this work on my Sony A65 camera?
Bhargav D  It is working for my Sony A55. So I don't see why it wouldn't.
George P  Thank you
George P  Will this work on my Sony A65 camera?
Bhargav D  It is working for my Sony A55. So I don't see why it wouldn't.
George P  Thank you
Craig J  Does this flash work full ttl with Sony a6000?
Oscar G  I have to confess my ignorance about this topic. When I bought this equipment I was in the process of upgrading to a Nikon 3Dx and a Nikon F5 with the idea of having Digital and Film photography handled for the best cameras I can afford at the time. The Alpha's A700; A900 and the Minolta Maxxum were sold in 2012. I do not know the A6000, but if the hot shoe is the proprietary Minolta or Alpha one the flash should work properly. If the hot shoe on the A6000 is the standard or universal one there are no way the flash fit on it. I am sorry if this information is not of help to you; but it is my best shot at this issue.
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