New Godox Lux Master Retro Camera Flash

Godox Lux Master Retro Camera Flash:
B&H Photo / Amazon / Adorama

Godox announced another new Retro flash that would probably go well with the Fujifilm X100VI that just launched but also matches other Fujifilm camera bodies well. You can read details about the flash below:

Drawing inspiration from the design and function of vintage Graflex 3 Cell flashguns, this Lux Master Retro Camera Flash from Godox brings modern wireless triggering and a touchscreen interface to a powerful, bracket-mounted strobe. The flash has a guide number of 82′ at ISO 100 and can be further adjusted in 0.1-step increments from 2.0 or 1/256 at the low end and 10.0 or 1/1 at full power. Featuring manual, automatic, optical, high-speed sync, and multiflash modes, it can deliver TTL Auto when used with a compatible wireless trigger. Toggle through the modes and settings using the intuitive touchscreen interface. Its built-in 2.4G wireless receiver works with the Godox XPROII, the X2T, and the X3 for remote triggering.

Widely compatible with major camera brands, including Canon, Nikon, FUJIFILM, Olympus, Sony, Leica, and Pentax, the flash comes with a triggering cable and a mounting bracket for use with almost any camera. The fan-style reflector is detachable for convenient storage, and a cover is included to protect the flash bulb. The built-in battery charges in approximately two hours with the included cable and is good for 460 full-power flashes. The flash also comes with a bag for convenient storage and transport.

Key Features
  • Graflex-Inspired 2.4G Wireless Flash
  • Guide Number: 82′ ISO 100
  • 9 Output Levels: 1/1 to 1/256
  • 2.0 to 10.0 with 0.1 Step Increments
  • Runs on Rechargeable Battery
  • Manual, Auto, HSS, Multi, Optical Modes
  • TTL with Optional Wireless Commander
  • 460 Full-Power Flashes on One Charge
  • Included Bracket for Camera Mounting
  • Included Triggering & Charging Cables

Fujifilm X100VI Silver and Black:
B&H Photo / Amazon (Silver : Black) / Moment / Adorama

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