Vivitar 2600 features Exposure range of 3 to 30 feet; 4-second recycle time; 650 flashes per set of batteries; Sufficient-light indicator; F-stops of f/2 and f/4. The Vivitar 2600 measures 4 x 3 x 2 inches and weighs 4.8 ounces (without batteries).
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Vivitar 2600 User Reviews
Excellent budget flash
“I bought this unit over 12 years ago to replace a broken canon specific flash. It has proven to be more flexible than anticipated. Autoflash works consistently on camera, but now has been relegated to background lighting by an optical trigger. In this regard, the auto-off feature is nice to keep the batteries in better charge. It’s small, lightweight, takes generic AA batteries and is cheap. “ – By “max-asst”
Still works after 30+ years
“I purchased one of these units in the 1970s to use with a Pentax Spotmatic camera. It was reliable and worked well for years. I recently pulled it out of the drawer, replaced the batteries, and stuck it into the hot shoe on my new Nikon D90. Still works just fine!! “ – By Donald Krell
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Vivitar 2600 Features & Specifications
The Vivitar 2600 automatic flash features a 3- to 30-foot automatic exposure range and a 4-second recycle time between flashes. You can expect approximately 650 flashes per set of batteries. Additional features include auto-off circuitry and f-stops of f/2 and f/4. The flash takes 4 AA batteries (not included).
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