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Mark Peters : February 19th 2017 - 18:45 CET

Sony Radio-controlled external flash


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SonySony HVL-F45RM flash offers professional shooting solution : Sony's new HVL-F45RM flash enhances the radio-controlled lighting system capabilities of their growing system, offering a compact professional solution when combined with the currently available wireless remote controller FA-WRC1M and receiver FA-WRR1. The new external flash, which is designed to complement the compact bodies of Sony's E-mount camera lineup including full-frame Alpha 7 models, produces a maximum lighting output as expansive as GN454. This ensures sufficient illumination even when shooting with bounce lighting or high-speed-sync (HSS) flash. The HVL-F45RM flash has an impressive battery life of up to 210 bursts, and can tilt up to 150o vertically, a complete 360o horizontally and up to 8o downward to maximize versatility.

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Sony Radio-controlled flash

Sony Radio-controlled flash
The radio capabilities of the Sony HVL-F45RM flash allow it to be used as a transmitter or a receiver at up to 30m (approx. 98 feet), making it an ideal fit for creative lighting with multiple flashes. Cool running and energy efficient, the LED light enables you to create natural lighting and shadows for both movies and still-pictures. Additionally, unlike optical flash systems, radio-control flashes do not require a direct line-of-sight between components to function properly, while also minimizing any impact that bright sunlight has on signal transmission and control. The flash unit features a Multi / Micro USB port for supporting software update to the latest version via connected Personal Computer.

Flash unit with large LCD display

High-speed sync (HSS)
Take advantage of synced flash with high-speed shutter. Whereas conventional sync shooting requires that the shutter speed be the same or slower than the synced flash speed, the aperture would be narrowed, making it difficult to get background bokeh effects. But with high-speed sync (HSS) you can use flash with any shutter speed, even up to the highest shutter speed provided by the camera. This allows you to increase the aperture as needed to create a narrow depth of field that keeps your subject in perfect focus while the background blurs, for beautiful portraits. Usability has been maximized with a new large, bright and highly visible LCD display. Wireless high-speed sync is also possible with compatible Sony Alpha cameras.

Sony HVL-F45RM

Sony HVL-F45RM price & availability
The new HVL-F45RM flash will ship in May 2017 for a list price of $400 USD. Retail prices vary from country to country. For a compete overview of technical specifications, please visit the Sony Electronics website in you region.

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