Promaster FTD 7000M

Promaster FTD 7000M features TTL Auto Range: 2-99′ (ASA 100), Angle of Coverage: 78° H 60° V, Motorized Zoom: 24mm-105mm, Bounce Angle: -7° to 90°, Swivel Angle: 0° to 180°,Motorized Zoom: 24mm-105mm, Motorized Zoom: 24mm-105mm, Recycle Time: 0.3-10 Seconds, Power Source: 4 AA Alkaline Batteries or Promaster Rechargeable NiMH Batteries.

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Features & Specifications

Promaster FTD 7000M Features & Specifications

The PROMASTER FTD-7000M is truly ONE OF A KIND! This flash provides the advanced features and versatility normally found only in manufacturer brand flashes. The FTD 7000M features a motorized zoom flash head, full information LCD panel, built in wireless slave remote operation, and five different flash modes for the ultimate in creative control. With a guide number of 138 (100 iso), you’ll always have plenty of light with your FTD 7000M.

• Guide Number: 138 (ASA 100, 105mm)
• TTL Auto Range: 2-99′ (ASA 100)
• Power Source: 4 AA Alkaline Batteries or
Promaster Rechargeable NiMH Batteries
• Recycle Time: 0.3-10 Seconds
• Angle of Coverage: 78° H 60° V
• Covers 24mm lens on 35mm cameras
• Motorized Zoom: 24mm-105mm
• Bounce Angle: -7° to 90°
• Swivel Angle: 0° to 180°
• Flash Modes: TTL Auto, Manual, Multiple,
Modeling, Slave/Remote
• AF Illuminator for Autofocusing
• Full TTL Dedication
• Front & Rear Flash Ready Light
• Multifunction LCD Display Panel

Available to fit:
Canon EOS, and Minolta Maxxum film cameras.

See also: Accessories | Flashes

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