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LightPix Labs FlashQ Q20II (Black)

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LightPix Labs FlashQ Q20II (Black)
Key Features
  • Manual Flash Control: 1/64 to 1/1
  • Wireless Triggering and Power Adjustment
  • Control up to 8 Flashes Simultaneously
  • Measures 3.9 x 2.3 x 1.1", Weighs 4 oz
The compact, lightweight FlashQ Q20II from LightPix Labs is a cost-efficient, manual-exposure lighting solution with advanced triggering and control features. The flash weighs just 4 oz and measures 3.9 x 2.3 a 1.1", making it easy to squeeze into tight places where larger units can't go. With a guide number of 65, the Q20II has manual power selection from 1/64 to full power, runs on two alkaline or rechargeable Ni-MH batteries, and will recycle to full power in 6 to 7 seconds depending on the batteries in use. One of the flash's clever features is the RF transmitter built into its removable foot and the receiver built into the body of the unit. By detaching the transmitter and mounting the flash head remotely on a light stand, you can adjust power and trigger it from the on-camera transmitter at distances up to 33'. In fact, the transmitter can control up to eight Q20IIs simultaneously. Convenience features include a flash head with a built-in filter holder and tilting capability in 0, 45, 60, 75, and 90-degree click stops. Finally, a pleasant surprise is the Q20II's LED light which can be used as a modeling light, or with its high CRI of 95, used as a 5600K video light.
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Will this flash work on the Pentax ME Super?

Will this flash work on the Pentax ME Super?
Asked by: Paul
The LightPix Labs FlashQ Q20II (Black) will work on the Pentax ME Super camera.
Answered by: Lawrence
Date published: 2021-07-27

Does this come with the color gels that are in ...

Does this come with the color gels that are in the kit from the manufacture?
Asked by: Reinaldo
Yes, I bought two units, each came with: clear frosted, amber (for tungsten color balance) yellow, red, green, purple and blue.
Answered by: Anonymous
Date published: 2019-10-07

When I use S1 and S2 mode Flash is not coming pop ...

When I use S1 and S2 mode Flash is not coming pop up... any idea.?????
Asked by: De
If you are using it on Sony and if you are on a silent mode , the flash would not work
Answered by: vilson
Date published: 2021-02-16

Is This Compatible With Sigma Cameras?

Is This Compatible With Sigma Cameras?
Asked by: Todd
The simple answer is... it works great. I bought 2 flashes for my Sigma DP1 Merrill. The FlashQ seen here. And I also bought the Sigma EF-140 flash, which is built specifically for the Sigma DP cameras. I returned the Sigma flash and kept the FlashQ. The advantage of the Sigma flash... is that it calculates the exposure automatically, through the camera itself. This was great in the film camera days, when you didn't get immediate feedback on an LCD screen. But it's not really needed with digital cameras. On the Flash Q, there's no connection to the flash other than through the hot shoe. But it's very easy to calculate the exposure on the flash and then test it to make sure it is working right. And unlike the Sigma flash, you can do this on ANY camera that has a hot shoe (you can't use the Sigma flash on non-Sigma cameras). Then there is the added advantage that you can remove the flash body from the flash hot shoe trigger and easily do off-camera flash. And not have a clumsy flash (as big as the camera itself) tied to the top of the camera. You can also swivel the flash head to do bounce flash (the Sigma can't do that). And the FlashQ can also be used as a video light. This is a no-brainer. the FlashQ is actually the most versatile flash I've ever owned (I've been photographing since 1970). And it's incredibly reasonably priced, as well.
Answered by: Ben
Date published: 2021-05-29

How long does the trigger keep a charge?

How long does the trigger keep a charge?
Asked by: Robert B.
Depends on how hard you push it, but mine is good for about a solid day of shooting.
Answered by: Charles
Date published: 2021-02-11

Is this flash compatible with the Voightlander ...

Is this flash compatible with the Voightlander Bessa R?
Asked by: Chris
LightPix Labs FlashQ Q20II is a manual flash with a center pin connected to the camera hot shoe. Voightlander Bessa R has the same center contact on its hot shoe therefore you can use this flash unit on your camera and manually control the exposure.
Answered by: llinelva
Date published: 2021-11-10

I'm still trying to figure out if you can have ...

I'm still trying to figure out if you can have second curtain synch with them ! You set it on the flash or on the camera menu ?
Asked by: Pierre
You would set it on the Camera menu.
Answered by: Lenny
Date published: 2019-08-06

How do you re-sync the flash trigger?

How do you re-sync the flash trigger?
Asked by: Serge
When you put it into wireless communication mode, it should be put into pairing mode and once it connects, it will re-sync.
Answered by: Zachariah
Date published: 2021-02-22
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