Morris Midi Slave Flash (Black)

BH #MOMSB • MFR #690415
Morris
Morris Midi Slave Flash (Black)
Key Features
  • 55' Guide Number at 100 ISO
  • 1.5-16.5' Range
  • 5-Second Recycle Time:
  • 65 x 50° Beam Angle
Use this black Morris Midi Slave Flash for lighting small groups of people or as an accent or background light. With a built-in optical slave, it is easily triggered by your other flash, and it has a guide number of 55' at 100 ISO. Also, it has a beam angle of 65° x 50° which expands to 80° x 65° when using the snap-on diffuser. It has an LED ready indicator as well and will recycle in 5 seconds when using 2 AA batteries. It features a standard 1/4"-20 tripod mount socket, and it is compatible with the Morris Suction Cup. And, it comes with a wrist strap.
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Morris 690415 Overview

Use this black Morris Midi Slave Flash for lighting small groups of people or as an accent or background light. With a built-in optical slave, it is easily triggered by your other flash, and it has a guide number of 55' at 100 ISO. Also, it has a beam angle of 65° x 50° which expands to 80° x 65° when using the snap-on diffuser. It has an LED ready indicator as well and will recycle in 5 seconds when using 2 AA batteries. It features a standard 1/4"-20 tripod mount socket, and it is compatible with the Morris Suction Cup. And, it comes with a wrist strap.

Morris 690415 Specs

Guide Number55' / 17 m at ISO 100
Angle of Coverage65° x 50°
With Diffuser: 80° x 65°
Range1.5 - 16.5' / 0.5 - 5.0 m
Flash Ready IndicatorLED
Recycle Time5 seconds
Built-in Slave CellYes
Power Source2 x AA batteries
Mount1/4"-20 female thread
Dimensions1.2 x 2.4 x 2.5" / 3.0 x 6.1 x 6.4 cm
Weight0.2 lb / 91 g
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.2 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)5.8 x 2.6 x 1.5"
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question

There is a switch on side of unit that selects P or N function,what does P and N stand for?
Asked by: Jerome D.
I mean, mine is MFR # 690415, which is the same as the one on this page, and it doesn't have the P/N switch. Perhaps you asked the question under the wrong product.
Answered by: Paul J.
Date published: 2018-08-28

question

I have a morris midi slave which I have had for about 25 years How do you put the batteries in the correct way. Which way is the switch on and off?
Asked by: Anonymous
Being that this slave flash accepts AA batteries, it would be a matter of matching up the positive and negative ends on each battery. As for the power switch, the left side of the switch is the OFF position while the right side would be the ON position with the flashtube facing towards the subject.
Answered by: Kirk R.
Date published: 2018-08-28
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