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Description

Compatible with Sony ADI / P-TTL Guide Number: 105' at ISO 100 and 105mm

Zoom Range: 24-105mm (15mm with Panel)

Tilts from -8 to 90ø

Rotates 180ø Right and 90ø Left

Wireless TTL Controller/Remote Flash

LCD Panel&Dust/Water Resistant

Recycle Time: 0.1-5 Seconds

Slow, High-Speed, 1st&2nd Curtain Sync

Runs on 2 AA Batteries

Compact, yet packed of features, the HVL-F32M External Flash from Sony is well-suited for use on mirrorless cameras as well as smaller DSLRs, or for those who are simply looking for a lightweight on-camera lighting solution. The flash balances power and size with a respectable guide number of 105' at ISO 100 and 105mm as well as an auto zoom range of 24-105mm on full-frame cameras, expandable to 15mm with the built-in wide-angle panel. Also, unit can tilt upward 90ø as well as rotate 180ø right and 90ø left for bouncing light in horizontal and vertical shooting positions.

Another benefit of the flash is the ability to use it as either a wireless TTL controller or as a remote flash. This allows users to set up multiple flash units around their subject for more complex lighting setups. The HVL-F32M also has a comprehensive LCD panel on the back for viewing and changing settings as well as a charge progress indicator. Dust and water resistance is also a major feature of this unit along with high-speed, slow, first and second curtain synchronization settings. Additionally, it has a recycle time of 0.1 to 5 seconds and runs on 2 AA batteries. It comes with a terminal protector cap, mini-stand, and carrying case.

This unit is compatible with Sony's Multi Interface Shoe and is not natively compatible with the older Sony/Minolta Auto-Lock Accessory Shoe. Though, with the use of ADP-AMA Shoe Adapter, Sony cameras with the Auto-Lock Accessory Shoe can be adapted to use Multi Interface Shoe external flashes with full compatibility.

Advance Distance Integration (ADI) flash metering works with cameras and lenses with distance encoders to more accurately balance flash output with ambient light and subject reflectivity by taking camera-to-subject distance into account

Continuous flash performance of 40 flashes at 5 Hz with normal flash at 1/32 power and the 105mm setting

Built-in bounce card for creating catchlights

Auto zoom function will recognize and adjust for sensor size

Color temperature of approximately 5500K

Wireless channel is fixed to channel 1

Power saving mode

Charge progress indicator switches from red, orange, yellow, and green to show current status

Manual flash control from 1/1 to 1/128 power in 1/3 EV steps

Battery life of about 120-150 flashes

Locking hot shoe