Vivitar SF-4000 Auto Bounce Zoom Slave Flash with Bracket

Vivitar SF-4000 Auto Bounce Zoom Slave Flash with Bracket

BY VIVITAR

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Vivitar SF-4000 Auto Bounce Zoom Slave Flash with Bracket Universal Compatibility. No Camera Connection Required. This Vivitar Digital Bounce/Zoom Flash is the ideal companion to your existing digital camera outfit, and can be used as a standard on-camera flash unit, or as a remote slave flash to provide additional fill light (or for use with cameras without a hot shoe). This device features four slave modes that allow the user to work with cameras that fire the built-in flash instantaneously, as well as cameras that have single or multiple flash red-eye reduction systems. In addition, this flash features a 90-degree range of motion for bounce flexibility, and a zoom head that functions in wide-angle, normal and telephoto ranges. Key Features: Auto Pre-Flash Sensor Built-in Digital Slave Includes Camera Bracket Ultra Lightweight, Compact Design Multi-Angle Bounce Flash Head 3-Position Zoom Head (Wide, Normal + Tele) Uses 4 AA Batteries see more...

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Vivitar SF-4000 Auto Bounce Zoom Slave Flash with Bracket
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