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Product description

Specification:
Brand: TRIOPO
Condition: 100% Brand New
Material: Plastic
Model: TR-960II
Circuit design: IGBT
Flash index: 54 (ISO100,180mm)
Flash coverage: 18-180mm manual zoom, flash head rotation (reflection flash)
Flash mode: manual mode M, light flash mode, light flash mode, strobe mode Multi
Wireless Trigger: Wireless light induction flash
Wireless flash distance: indoor 20-30 meters, outdoor 10-15 meters
On-line rotation angle: -7 ~ 90 degrees
Left and right rotation angle: 0 ~ 180 degrees
Color temperature: 5500K
Flash time: 1/200 seconds-1/20000 seconds
Flash control: 1/128-1/1 step 0.3 EV, a total of 22 micro-shift position
External interface: hot shoes, PC synchronous jack, external power jack
Return time: 2.9 seconds
Power supply: 4 x AA alkaline batteries or Ni-MH (NI-MH) batteries (not included)
Luminescence times:100-1500
Additional functions: PC synchronization, power saving mode, overheating protection
Package Size: Approx. 10 x 8 x 23.5cm / 3.9 x 3.1 x 9.3inch
Weight: Approx. 523.8g



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