Flash System

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Sony Alpha - Other Accessories - Flash System
... The first two flash models released by Sony (HVL-F36AM and HVL-F56AM) are, like the first generation of lenses, rebadged models of the Minolta Program Flash 3600HS(D) and the Minolta Program Flash 5600HS(D ... Later on Sony expanded its flash system further, allowing advanced wireless flash control, including grouping of external flashes into groups with full ratio control ... limited extent they can also be used for macro photos of static objects, although a true macro flash is much preferred ...
Canon EOS DSLR Cameras - EOS Flash System
... The flash system in the EOS cameras has gone through a number of evolutions since its first implementation ... The basic EOS flash system was actually developed not for the first EOS camera, but rather for the last high-end FD-mount manual-focus camera, the T90, launched in 1986 ... This was the first Canon camera with through-the-lens (TTL) flash metering, although other brands had been metering that way for some time ...
List Of After War Gundam X Mobile Weapons - United Nations Earth
... Like the other Gundams, the Gundam Leopard features a flash system, which allows a Newtype pilot to remotely control mobile bits, in the Leopard’s case the GT-Bit ... the other two units, the Gundam Airmaster also features a flash system, which allows a Newtype pilot to remotely control mobile bits, in the Airmaster's case, the GW-Bit ... other Gundams, the Belphagor featured a flash system ...

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