Genesis Speedlight SP692

March 21, 2013 | Zoltan Arva-Toth | Accessories | 1 Comment |
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Calumet is offering UK photographers a chance to buy a high-specification external flashgun for just £149. The photographic retailer’s Genesis Speedlight SP692 for Nikon and Canon cameras is available now and boasts through-the-lens metering; a zooming head with 24-180mm coverage; an LCD panel and a recycle time of between two and five seconds. This flash can be used on-camera or as a master or slave unit in a wireless, multiple.flash system with both manual and TTL control. The Genesis Speedlight SP692 also benefits from thermal circuit protection which allows extensive use without overheating challenges and keys can be locked to prevent accidental settings changes. Additionally an external power pack can be connected to extend battery life and a PC socket allows the flash to be triggered via a sync cord. The guide number is 50 in metres at ISO 100/21° with the flash head zoomed all the way to the 180mm setting.

Calumet Press Release

Calumet launches a new high-spec SP 692 flashgun at under £150

Calumet is offering UK photographers a chance to buy a high-specification external flashgun for just £149 – around half the price of comparable units on the market.

The photographic retailer’s Genesis Speedlight SP692 for Nikon and Canon cameras is available now and boasts through-the-lens metering; 5600K colour temperature; power zoom function; LCD display and a fast recycle time of between two and five seconds.

Sian Hamer, Calumet marketing executive said: “Our new SP692 is perfect for photographers working on tight budgets. This new high performance flashgun has already received plaudits from photo-kit reviewers for its outstanding value for money benefits. It’s an ideal flashgun option for photographers working both in and out of the studio.

This Speedlight can be used as an on-camera flash as well as a master unit or slave unit in a wireless, multiple Speedlight system to achieve TTL and manual flash.”

She added: “The unit’s backlit LCD screen is a useful feature for photographers shooting in dark conditions and of course this flashgun can be triggered wirelessly.”

The SP692 also benefits from thermal circuit protection which allows extensive use without overheating challenges and keys can be locked to prevent accidental settings changes. Additionally an external power pack can be connected to extend battery life and a PC socket allows the flash to be triggered off camera.



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#1 James Dekker

Great product, thank you.

2:25 pm - Monday, March 25, 2013