Morris Midi Slave Di DC Flash (Black)

Morris Midi Slave Di DC Flash (Black)

Morris Midi Slave Di DC Flash (Black)

B&H # MODMSB MFR # 690465
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  • High and Low Power Settings
  • Normal and Pre-Flash Modes

You Pay: $82.50

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The Morris Midi Slave Di is a DC slave flash unit that can be used for lighting small groups of people, as an accent, or background light. It features a standard (1/4") tripod mount socket, and built in slave.

Two slave settings allow this unit to be used with either standard cameras, or even with digital cameras that use a pre-flash. The N-mode is for single flash triggered by the camera's flash and syncs with the main flash. The P-mode is for cameras with pre-flash. This sets the slave to sync with your camera's main flash, not the pre-flash.

Highly-Effective Sync with Digital Pre-flash Systems
The Midi Slave Di has been tested to be fully compatible with Canon, Nikon, and Pentax pre-flash systems (both pop-up and shoe-mounted flashes).  It does not work, however, with the Olympus system or with Sony's built-in camera flashes.
Can be used with Morris' suction cup mount for convenient placement.
2-mode wireless slave flash
Subject Distance: 1.5 - 16.5 feet
UPC: 689670187800
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Morris Midi Slave Di DC Flash (Black)
  • Wrist Strap
  • Snap-On Diffuser
  • 1-Year Warranty
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    Guide Number 42 (@ ISO 100 in feet)
    Angle of Coverage 65x50° (80x65° with adapter)
    Recycle Time 5 seconds
    Flash Ready Indicator LED
    Operating Voltage 3V DC (2 AA batteries)
    Built-in Slave Cell Yes
    Dimensions 1.2 x 2.4 x 2.5"
    Weight Approx. 3 oz (90 g)
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 0.2 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 5.669 x 2.598 x 1.496"

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