Rokinon D20AF

Rokinon D20AF features iTTL Auto Focus with Zoom position: 35 mm, Bounce position: 0 degree/45 degrees/60 degrees/75 degrees/90 degrees, and Recycle time: 0.3-10 sec. The Rokinon D20AF measures 2.5 inches x 2.1 inches x 3.9 inches and weighs 4.5 ounces (without batteries).

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Enhance your digital shots with this Rokinon D20AF flash. It is compatible with all Nikon cameras that have a hot shoe and will gives you a flash output range of approximately 75 feet with Simply insert batteries, attach the flash to your hot shoe, and turn it on for an easy and simple operation also has features all of the necessary electronic pins to sync with your camera.

Specifications:
* Guide number: 24 meters or 75 feet at 35-mm position
* iTTL Auto Focus
* Zoom position: 35 mm
* Bounce position: 0 degree/45 degrees/60 degrees/75 degrees/90 degrees
* Recycle time: 0.3-10 sec
* Power source: two AA batteries (not included)
* Dimensions: 2.5 inches x 2.1 inches x 3.9 inches
* Weight {w/0 batteries}: approximately 4.5 ounces
* Power saving function
* Red eye reduction


See also: Accessories | Flashes





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