Sunpak PZ5000

Sunpak PZ5000 features Angle of Coverage 78° to 18° (28-135mm in 35mm format); Auto f/Stops f/2.0 – f/16 (in full stops); Vari-Power 19 Steps from 1/1 to 1/64 in 0.3 EV increments, TTL Dedication, Swivel Head, Bounce Head, Zoom Head 28-135mm (flash senses focal length & adjusts), Recycle Time 0.3-13 Seconds (based on fresh batteries & full power), Power Source Four 1.5-Volt “AA” alkaline batteries. The Sunpak PZ5000 measures 3.4 x 5.4 x 4.2″ (86 x 137 x 107mm) WxHxD and weighs 0.81 lb (369 g) (without camera).

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Features & Specifications

Sunpak PZ5000 Features & Specifications

The flagship autofocus shoe-mount flash in Sunpak’s line is the PZ-5000 AF. Featuring a myriad of options for the demanding photographer, it is an economical and well built package. Compatible with the Tr-IIa battery pack, you can shoot rapidly with short recycle times and extended battery life.

Fits all Maxxum cameras (a.k.a. Dynax), except the 7000, 8000, and 9000 non-”i” models.

• Automatic Shutdown mode shuts off flash from inactivity

• Stroboscopic flash

• Wireless TTL capability when combined with other PZ-5000 AFs

• Rear curtain sync

• Illuminated LCD panel

See also: Accessories | Flashes

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