FUJIFILM Goes Wireless with EF-60 Flash and EF-W1 Commander

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FUJIFILM’s new EF-60 Shoe Mount Flash and EF-W1 Wireless Commander open up the possibility of compact, off-camera flash with X and GFX series cameras. When paired, photographers will be able to use the duo to position light wherever needed while maintaining complete control over settings. 

The EF-60 has a guide number of 60 at ISO 100 and 200mm as well as a zoom range of 24-200mm when used with full-frame cameras. It incorporates full TTL functionality with the ability to add or subtract 2 EV in ⅓ EV increments. Its intuitive design and rear LCD make adjusting and keeping track of settings simple. When on-camera, it locks into place and can rotate 90 degrees up and down and 180 degrees left or right for bouncing light precisely. A built-in LED offers continuous light for video or modeling. The EF-60 has a color temperature of approximately 5300K at full power and runs on four AA batteries. When shooting off-camera, it can be paired with the EF-W1 or Nissin’s Air10s Remote. It comes with a soft case, mini stand, and diffuser.

FUJIFILM EF-60 Shoe Mount Flash
FUJIFILM EF-60 Shoe Mount Flash

The EF-W1 can remotely control up to 30 flashes arranged into eight channels and three groups. It maintains TTL and manual functionality with the EF-60 so you can make adjustments from your camera. The EF-W1 is also compatible with Nissin Air System flashes (i60A, Di700A, and MG series). Finally, it runs on two AAA batteries and comes with a remote release cable and carrying case.

FUJIFILM EF-W1 Wireless Commander
FUJIFILM EF-W1 Wireless Commander

Are you looking to add remote lighting to your FUJIFILM system? Let us know in the Comments below.

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I'm looking forward for it, and hope it will get a larger flashlight added to it, like 400 or 600. I'm looking just at the moment to get some of shoe flashlight with modeling light like Godox. This flash could be a great starter.

Hi Sebastian,

No news yet on future releases from Fuji but I expect they will add some more powerful options over time. Would be great to see them make something similar to what Profoto and Godox have done.

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