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Fujifilm EF-60 Shoe Mount Flash and EF-W1 Wireless Commander: Pre-Order Open

Fujifilm has introduced a compact yet powerful external flash unit named Fujifilm EF-60 Shoe Mount Flash for X-Series and GFX System; and EF-W1 Wireless Commander with a range of 24 to 200mm.

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Fujifilm EF-60 Shoe Mount Flash

The new Fujifilm flash with a guide number of 60 at 200mm is designed for hot shoe mount and is suitable for use with Fujifilm X and GFX series cameras. This is the first Fujifilm external flash to support radio remote control.

Fujifilm EF-60 Shoe Mount Flash

The flash head is manually tilted up to 180 ° to the left or right and up to 90 ° upward. Automatic zooming allows illuminating an angle corresponding to the focal length of a 24-200mm lens. The flash supports TTL and manual mode, in the second case, it allows you to select the power range from 1/1 to 1/256 (manual). Flash compensation available ranges from 1 to +2 EV (1/3 EV Steps).

The flash requires four AA batteries. It takes 3 seconds to recycle, measuring 73 x 97 x 113 mm, and weighs 300 g (without batteries).

Price and availability

The Fujifilm EF-60 Shoe Mount Flash has been priced at $399.95 and it is now available to pre-order through the and stores.

Fujifilm EF-W1 Wireless Commander

The EF-W1 wireless commander supports eight channels and four flash groups, TTL and manual. It is powered by two AA batteries. With dimensions of 61 x 61 x 69 mm, and the device weighs 73 grams.

Fujifilm EF-W1 Wireless Commander

NAS (Nissin Air System) wireless control is selected for flash and commander. This means that the new items are compatible with flash units and controllers manufactured by Nissin Japan, which also supports NAS.

Price and availability

The Fujifilm EF-W1 Wireless Commander has been priced at $199.99 and it is also available to pre-order via the and stores.

Earlier this month, Fujifilm has introduced a new GF 30mm F3.5 R WR wide-angle lens for the GFX medium format cameras. This lens has weatherproof, dust, and moisture resistant optical design, 13 elements located in 10 groups, 2 extra-low dispersion elements, 2 aspherical elements, and allows you to resolve 100-megapixel arrays.

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