Vivitar 730AF

Vivitar 730AF offers a fast recycling time in a compact, durable body. It features Lens Coverage 28mm – 85mm; Supported Exposure Control TTL; Shooting Range 3 ft – 46 ft; Vertical Rotation Angle +90 / 0; Horizontal Rotation Angle +150 / -180; Manual Power Control Levels 1/1, 1/16. The Vivitar 730AF measures 3 x 2 x 7.3 in. and weighs 7 oz. (without batteries).

Overall Rating: ★★★★☆ | Latest Price Info

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Vivitar 730AF User Reviews

Better then nothing
“This flash works fine if you don’t want spend lots of money on flash. I had this work good on my Rebel2000 and better than speelite 200e. It’s cheap, not look like pro-Flashs light, but hey works great for me. “ – By QUOC AI HUYNH
Rating: ★★★★☆

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Features & Specifications

Vivitar 730AF Features & Specifications

This model of the Vivitar 730AF flash is dedicated to Canon’s EOS cameras. The swivel flash head adjusts to 150 degrees to the right and 180 degrees to the left. This bounce-type flash gives your images softer, more professional lighting. The Auto Thyristor circuitry gives this flash a fast recycle time and offers a high number of flashes per set of batteries. Additional features include zoom flash, auto off, and autocheck. The Vivitar 730AF runs on four AA batteries and comes with a two-year warranty.

See also: Accessories | Flashes

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