Nikon WT-5 Wireless Transmitter
Nikon SU-800 Wireless Speedlight Commander
New Inspiration Through Creative Lighting Master creative lighting techniques with this powerful compact, i-TTL Speedlight for Nikon 1 V1 and Camera B. Its long reach (guide number 18/59*) and 120° tilting head gives you maximum light control, whether illumating directly or using a bounce technique.
Nikon R1C1 Speedlight Commander Kit
Pictures can appear very different and achieve various expressions depending on how you manipulate the light. But lighting a shot is not at all difficult with the SB-300 Speedlight. Its flash head can be set up to 120 degrees upward allowing you to bounce light off ceiling or wall to endow a softer, more natural look to your subject. You can easily control the lighting to capture a beautiful indoor portrait creatively.
“Compact lightweight with exceptional flash performance! The special external flash (GN20) is designed to match the distinctive body styling of the X Serief while ensuring natural shooting. One dial lets you choose between two modes. Auto automatically optimizes flash for both outdoor daylight and dark indoor shots while manual is perfect for hands on control. When using a wide angle lens easy one-touch operation lets you take advantage of the built-in flash diffuser.”
The new high-end multi-function external FUJIFILM EF-X500 Flash is now official for the lineup of accessories for the X Series of digital cameras. The EF-X500 is a hot-shoe mount flash with a maximum guide number of approximately 50, and includes support for the FP mode (high-speed flash sync) so that the flash can be fired at any shutter speed. Photographers can now concentrate on shooting when a faster shutter speed is required, for example, in order to use a near-maximum aperture to produce beautiful bokeh. The EF-X500 also supports multi-flash lighting. Users can set up multiple flashes to freely control light on a subject and background for a creative result. Through-the-lens (TTL) lighting control is available with single flash and also in the multi-flash setup, so that users can start shooting without having to make cumbersome adjustments to light output.