Sony HVL F58AM Reviews
Product Type: Sony flashlights
Description:Model ID HVLF58AM.CEA / Sony HVL F58AM - Hot-shoe clip-on flash - 58 (m) / The HVL-F58AM flash unit delivers flexible lighting control for a ... more
Sony HVL F58AM ... (alpha) DSLR photographers. The ''Quick Shift Bounce'' system allows the flash to pivot 90 degrees left and right to maintain a proper lighting position, even when shooting vertically. The HVL-F58AM can also wirelessly control up to three groups of flashes, and Wireless Ratio Control allows you to specify luminosity ratios for each group. Additionally, the HVL-F58AM features an effective range of more than 45 feet and a fast, five-second recharge time. A built-in wide panel and bounce sheet provide an even greater degree of creative control.
Newest Review: ... window that slides out above the actual light lens itself and this works adequately although I'm not sure what level of ... more
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Customer Sony HVL F58AM Reviews (2)
by - written on 11/02/12 (Useful, 37 readings)
When you first open the pouch the flash comes in (which is good quality) you will be pleasantly surprised! The flash, although incredibly plasticy, feels relatively sturdy! On inserting a set of batteries and pressing test, you will get a nice, high powered flash of light to greet you! I find the rear interface a little clunky at times but with a bit of work you can easily get great results! There is a small diffusion window that slides out above the actual light lens itself and this works adequately although I'm not sure what level of diffusion it is equivalent to. The flash head movement is firm and strong. On the horizontal axis, the head moves smoothly without being . Read the complete review
by - written on 26/11/10 (Very useful, 143 readings)
There are many things that separate a professional photographer from an amateur photographer, there is usually a big difference in the equipment they will use, there is quite often a determination and the will to go the extra mile to get the best photo for the professional as they are being paid for their work, there is of course experience but over and above all of those is that a professional photographer like myself will understand light and know how to get the best from the light available or the light source they are going to use. I own a few sets of studio lights and also several on camera speedlights for my Sony DSLR`s, I have a few non Sony brand ... Read the complete review
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