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Pentax AF160FC macro flash
Ilse Jurriën : September 22th 2008 - 11:00 CET
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PentaxPentax AF160 FC auto macro flash : Hoya Corporation Pentax Imaging System Division is pleased to announce the launch of the Pentax AF160FC dedicated auto macro flash. This new accessory flash unit is particularly designed for advanced close-up applications using the automatic exposure-control system of Pentax digital SLR cameras. The P-TTL auto flash system of the Pentax AF160FC constantly assures the proper exposure level, by measuring the flash’s pre-discharge with the camera’s image sensors and assessing the subject’s lighting condition with the camera’s multi-pattern metering system. Due to the user-friendly operation with a single control dial on the back panel users can easily change flash-modes and discharge-level adjustments.
Pentax AF-160C

Pentax AF160 FC flash specifications
• Guide Number (G.N.) : 16 max. (at ISO 100/m)
• Manual settings : Full, 1/4, 1/16
• Discharge Angles : 60° horizontally/vertically
• Flash Mode : P-TTL (TTL corrective auto flash)
• Flash Mode : TTL (TTL auto flash)
• Flash Mode : M (Manual flash at full, 1/4 and 1/16 discharge levels)
• Flash range : Film-speed coupling range: ISO 100 to ISO 6400 (in P-TTL and TTL modes)
• Illumination range : approx. 0.18m to 2.0m (at G.N. 16, ISO 100, F8)
• Flash exposure compensation : +0.5EV, -0.5EV, -1EV (via control-dial operation)
• Power sources : 4 AA-size alkaline batteries, lithium batteries or Ni-MH batteries
• Flash unit dimensions : 113mm (diameter) x 29.5mm (depth)
• Controller unit dimensions : 68mm (W) x 83mm (H) x 115mm (D)
• Weight : Approx. 405g (without batteries)

Pentax macro flash

Pentax macro flash - About Hoya Corporation
Since its establishment in 1941 as Japan’s first specialty manufacturer of optical glass, Hoya has diversified into new business areas that exploit the potential of advanced optics technologies. The company has continued to grow as a global enterprise through the expansion of its diverse business activities, which encompass Information Technologies, Eye care, Medical, and Imaging Systems. Hoya will continue to maximize its corporate value for the benefit of all stakeholders in the company in accordance with the following corporate mission: "Dedicated to innovation in information technology, lifestyles and culture, HOYA envisions a world where all can enjoy the good life, living in harmony with nature."

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