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Canon 550EX

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Canon 380EX

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Canon 540EZ

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Canon Macro-lite ML3

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Centon FG20

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MagneFlash Splash Mono 40L

A British made portable flash unit with a built in modelling light, slave flash and full, 75%, 50% and 25% power settings. Eight integral mini flash tubes provide wider coverage than a Speedlite so ideal for use with softboxes and brollies.

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Manfrotto ML360H Hybrid LED Light Flash

Daylight balanced LED light panel for use with still and video cameras. Can also be used as a flash with supplied pc cable.

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StroBeam Strobeam DL250 Mark III

The Strobeam DL250 Mark III is a portable flash with studio flash features. It's a 250w/s head powered by a shoulder pack battery that delivers 1200 flashes from full charged, and can keep flashing at up to 8fps*. * Company website currently says 14 fps, and recycle time 0.2secs. We managed 8 fps in our test, although when the battery power was reduced to about half capacity it only managed 5fps.

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Manfrotto ML120 Pocket LED Light

A compact light with a flash accessory shoe mount to slip onto your camera's hot shoe. Illumination is by 12 LEDs and it's powered by 1 AAA alkaline battery, to provide 120 LUX at 1m. Its colour temperature is 5600° K.

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Nissin Di866

he Di866 is specifically designed for use with digital SLR cameras and comes with many ‘world’s first’ features. This new flash unit is simple to use and can also be fired wirelessly where it can be used as a master or receiver. With a guide number of 60m (ISO 100 @ 105mm) the Di866 features Nissin’s original ‘My TTL’ user adjustable TTL light output level and is firmware upgradable thanks to an onboard USB port. The gun also features high speed synchronisation and a fill in sub-flash (12m100 ISO), which is activated while the main flash is bounced and also has a built-in wide angle diffuser and catch-light reflector.

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Pentax AF-500 FTZ Flashgun

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Pentax AF-540 FGZ Flashgun

Automatic TTL flashgun with bounce and swivel option, modelling light, auto zoom and high speed sync

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Pentax AF-360 FGZ Flashgun

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Vivitar Macroflash 5000

Budget priced ringflash that screws onto the front of your lens using a series VII ring - same as Centon Macro Ringflash MR20 and Starblitz 1000-Auto Macro-Lite.

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Canon Speedlite 580EX II

Further development of Canon's flagship Speedlite has led to the production of the 580 EX II. This is the premier Speedlite for all photographers, including professionals. Newly designed to match with the EOS-1D Mark III in terms of improved dust- and water-resistance, body strength, and the ability to control flash functions and settings from the camera menu (EOS-1D Mark III only). Other features include improved communication reliability through its direct contacts, and recycling time is both 20% shorter than the 580EX and is completely inaudible.

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Canon Speedlite 430 EX II

Manufacturer's description Bringing a new level of versatility and capability to flash photography, the Speedlite 430EX II features a powerful flash with a fast recycling time in a compact, durable body. A one-touch quick-lock mechanism makes it easy to attach or detach the 430EX II from the camera and a metal foot has been added for strength and durability. Flash controls can now be set through the camera's LCD screen on compatible EOS Digital SLR cameras. The Speedlite 430EX II is also quieter, recycle time is 20% faster (as compared to the 430EX) and since it is compatible with Canon's wireless E-TTL, it can be used as an affordable "slave unit".