Promaster 7500EDF

Promaster 7500EDF features TTL Auto Range: 2’-99’ (ISO 100), Motorized Zoom: 24mm-105mm, Recycling Time: 0.3-10 seconds, Angle of Coverage: 92° H 75° V (with diffuser): Covers 17mm lens on 35mm camera or 12mm lens on digital format SLR, 78° H 60° V (without diffuser): Covers 24mm lens on 35mm camera or 17mm lens on digital format SLR, Bounce Angle: -7° to 90°, Swivel Angle: 0° to 180°, AF illuminator for autofocusing.

promaster-7500edf
Overall Rating: ★★★★★ | Latest Price Info


User Opinions

Promaster 7500EDF User Reviews

What’s the problem?
“It seems that everyone is whining about the battery life of this flash, but not about the quality of the product!! I bought this flasher today from a local retailer, and have had amazing success with it. I took well over 300 pictures with the same set of disposable batteries and it’s still going strong. After 300 or so, the recharge time took a tad longer (1-3 seconds), but all in all, I definitely give this 5 stars. Granted, I am an amateur, but I am enjoying having a mini portrait studio right on top of my Canon XSI Rebel. Buy this. You wont be disappointed. “ – By K. Smith
Rating: ★★★★★

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Manual

Promaster 7500EDF User Manual

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Features & Specifications

Promaster 7500EDF Features & Specifications

The PROMASTER 7500EDF Digital is a fully dedicated TTL flash designed to work seamlessly with today’s high tech digital SLRs as well as traditional SLRs. It includes many advanced features including motorized zoom, multiple and modeling modes, and remote slave function. Along with all of these great features, you get full TTL integration with your digital SLR. The flash has a low profile design, a metal flash foot and features the added benefit of being able to update the firmware which insures that you will get many years of reliable flash photography.

One of the handicaps of a camera (film or digital type) is the need to have good light to make a great picture. Many of today’s cameras can take pictures indoors without flash or offer a built in electronic flash. However, adding more light in just the right amount can make the difference between a good picture and a remarkable picture.

When you see pictures taken by today’s contemporary photojournalists, the definition and tonality of the picture can be awesome. Accurate color, sharp detail and balanced illumination are important parts of great photography. And while some people still think film cameras make better pictures than digital, many who are shooting digital know that their pictures easily rival those shot on film. The biggest limitation to a digital camera is the sensitivity of the image sensor. Even though you can adjust the “film” speed setting on your digital camera, you really are only adjusting the software. Setting the ISO does not really change the ability of the camera’s sensor to absorb light. It is more like tuning the color and contrast control on a television. The one tool that will dramatically improve your photographs is the PROMASTER 7500EDF Digital flash.

Specifications:
• Guide Number: 138 (ISO 100, 105mm)
• TTL Auto Range: 2’-99’ (ISO 100)
• Motorized Zoom: 24mm-105mm
• Power Source: 4 AA alkaline or PROMASTER rechargeable NiMH batteries
• Recycling Time: 0.3-10 seconds
• Angle of Coverage:
92° H 75° V (with diffuser):
Covers 17mm lens on 35mm camera or 12mm lens on digital format SLR
78° H 60° V (without diffuser):
Covers 24mm lens on 35mm camera or 17mm lens on digital format SLR
• Bounce Angle: -7° to 90°
• Swivel Angle: 0° to 180°
• AF illuminator for autofocusing
• Front and rear flash-ready light
• LCD display panel
• Full digital auto TTL dedication
• TTL Auto, Manual, Multiple, Modeling, Slave
• Flash upgradeable by your PROMASTER dealer
• Available to fit Canon, Nikon, Pentax, Samsung, Sony, Olympus


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