SN600C are the latest entry level flash from new Chinese manufacturer Shanny.
SN600C are the latest entry level flash from new Chinese manufacturer Shanny. And with a price tag of around $90 shipped, the SN600C would have to be a high a contender for the best bang for buck inexpensive ETTL flash currently available. The SN600C still provide full features including HSS when used as an on-camera flash, and they also currently have full function when used off camera with the popular YN-622C TTL radio triggers.
Why spend R10,000 on a Speedlight when you can buy exactly the same thing for
Why spend R10,000 on a Speedlight when you can buy exactly the same thing for R2000. Wireless sync with .most Canon DSLRS Check out these features; 1. Hi-Speed Sync 2. 60 Guide Number 3. Radio transmission 4. Optical trigger 5 Wireless slave 6. Flash Exposure compensation 7. Second curtain sync 8 First curtain sync 9. TTL – Automatic flash sync 10. AF-assist 11. High speed recycling 12. Overheat warning and more.
Full Power – GN 62m (ISO 100 / 200mm) HSS to 1/8000th Flash Mode &ndash
Full Power – GN 62m (ISO 100 / 200mm) HSS to 1/8000th Flash Mode – ETTL /M / Multi 1st Curtain Sync / 2nd Curtain Sync FEC / FEB – 1/3rd Increments (±3 stops) Manual Flash – 1/128 – 1/1 output control (1/3rd increments) 20-200mm Auto and Manual Flash Zoom
New Chinese flash and radio trigger manufacturer Shanny have kicked off to an
New Chinese flash and radio trigger manufacturer Shanny have kicked off to an impressive start, with their second speedlite model the SN600SC now available. SN600SC are the first on and off camera ETTL flash model available from Shanny. And just one of a number of full TTL and HSS enabled Shanny flash models soon to be released, for both Canon and Nikon. All based on the same (very Canon 600EX-RT like) design platform.