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Morris AC Super Screw-In Slave Flash

B&H # MOACSS MFR # 690410
Morris AC Super Screw-In Slave Flash

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The Morris AC Super Slave is the most powerful of all the Morris AC Slaves. It boosts or fills in with any electronic flash by means of its built-in slave. Fits a crowded camera bag on the road and takes on any number of chores in the studio.

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 30 w/s
Guide Number 72, ISO 100
Recycle Time 5 seconds
Flash Ready Indicator Green On, Red Ready LED
Operating Voltage 110-115V AC
Built-in Slave Cell yes
Dimensions 6 x 4 x 4"
Weight .6lbs

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By corsophoto

from Cape Coral, FL

About Me Pro Photographer

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Pros

    Cons

    • No sync optical slave

    Best Uses

      Comments about Morris AC Super Screw-In Slave Flash:

      Gotta return it, it doesn't sync optically. Works otherwise, but is inconsistent. Too bad, it was convenient because it screwed into household lamps. There are plenty of other products B&H has to remcommend, this is just a dud.

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      5.0

      GREAT PRODUCT

      By JIM

      from PORTLAND, OREGON

      About Me Pro Photographer

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      Pros

      • Consistent Output
      • Easy To Use
      • Powerful Output
      • Versatile

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          Comments about Morris AC Super Screw-In Slave Flash:

          I HAVE ONLY USED THEM ONE TIME, BUT THEY HAVE GREAT LIGHT OUTPUT, I HAD TO USE ND FILTER TO TONE THEM DOWN.
          I DONT THINK YOU CAN GO WRONG WITH THESE LIGHTS, GREAT FOR THE PRICE.

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