Neewer NW-670 TTL Flash Speedlite
Neewer NW-670 TTL Flash Speedlite

- Neewer Photo Professional E-TTL Flash for Canon Cameras
- Easy to use flash with professional features and outstanding build quality. Dependable and fun to use at a price much lower than rest.
-58m Guide Number for a powerful flash.
- Contains a built-in flip down wide angle flash diffuser and reflection panel.
- Charging socket for external power pack: adds a charging socket for external power pack. PC synchronous port: simple for you to use the PC synchronous line.
- Features a memory function and power saving mode.
- Wireless trigger sensor
- Recycle time 3 second (with 4 pcs AA alkaline cell)
- Support Multi-flash lighting Application (S1/S2 mode)
- Accurate brightness control
- Support front curtain synchronous
- Automatic temperature detection for overheating protection.
-Flash mode:TTL, M, MULTI
-Wireless triggering distance:20--25m indoor, 10--15m outdoor
- Vertical rotation angle:0-90 degrees
- Horizontal rotation angle:0-270 degrees
- Power Supply: 4×AA size batteries. Alkaline or rechargeable Ni-MH are recommended. Batteries are not included.
- Color temperature:5600k

Package Contents:
- 1x Flash light
- 1x protecting bag
- 1x mini stand
- 1x manual
- 1x warranty card

NOTE: CAMERA NOTINCLUDED

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