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Morris AC Screw-In Fast Recycle Slave Flash II

B&H # MOFRACS2I Mfr # 690445
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You Pay: $99.95

The Morris Fast Recycle AC Slave II is a workhorse that boosts or fills in with any electronic flash by means of its built-in slave. It features a fast recycling time of 2.5 seconds, half the speed of most other similar slave flashes. It will fit into a crowded camera bag on the road and takes on any number of chores in the studio.

This unit will function from the light of your existing flash only. This flash unit has no sync terminal for connection to a camera.

Screws into any 110V AC socket. Use a room's existing light or lamp sockets to creat natural looking room lighting with flash.
70° Beam spread coverage
Maximum Watt/Seconds Not Specified by Manufacturer
Guide Number 73' (22.2 m) @ ISO 100
Angle of Coverage 70°
Recycle Time 2.5 seconds
Operating Voltage 110-115V AC
Built-in Slave Cell Yes
Dimensions Not Specified by Manufacturer
Weight Not Specified by Manufacturer
Morris AC Screw-In Fast Recycle Slave Flash II
  • 1-Year Warranty

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    MorrisAC Screw-In Slave Flash II

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    AC Screw-In Fast Recycle Slave Flash II

    By SFDylahn

    from San Francisco, CA

    About Me Pro Photographer

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    • Durable
    • Good Color Value
    • Long-Lasting


      Best Uses

      • Indoors
      • Portraits

      Comments about Morris AC Screw-In Slave Flash II:

      Like the idea of rectangle 110 degree or so unlike 180 degree, it's give me a better control. extremely fast re-charge.

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      Slave Flash review

      By smile doctor

      from Leominster, MA

      Verified Buyer


      • Excellent overall color
      • Very fast refresh rate


      • More expensive

      Best Uses

      • Great in Flash box

      Comments about Morris AC Screw-In Slave Flash II:

      We use the slave flash to light a standard white box background for protrait photography. The fast 2-3 second recycle time is very good. Rarely do we need to retake a photo due to delayed flash response. We have 4 photographers and each one perfers to use the flash box with the faster recycle rate. Although the flash is almost twice the cost of a slower slave, the convenience of not needing to retake as many shots makes it worth the additional investment

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