Leica SF20 Flashes

Leica SF20 Flashes 

DESCRIPTION

The compact and lightweight LEICA SF20 allows TTL-flash exposure control with the LEICA R8 as well as the new LEICA M6 TTL-models plus automatic flash exposure control with all other LEICA M and R cameras with central X hot-shoe contact. All neccessary information such as film speed, aperture and distance is available in the LCD which can be illuminated on demand.

USER REVIEWS

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[May 30, 2017]
David Murray
Professional

Strength:

Neat, very well made, auto function.

Weakness:

Not a common battery like AAA or AA, but available in Boots in Great Britain. Always carry a couple of spares. Same batteries for Leica motor M.

My partner bought me this to add to my Leica M4-P outfit as I'd began to think that a flash would be very useful for indoor shots. I'm very pleased with it. It has a clip-on diffuser for 24mm lenses, as I have a Voigtlander 25mm f4 Snapshot Skopar, I' hoping this will help .

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
[May 18, 2000]
Nowell Wisch
Professional
Model Reviewed: SF 20 Flash Unit

Strength:

Without question, the finest flash unit I have ever used. Period. It is flawless and when matched with an M6 TTL, there is no equal for balanced flash in very low light conditions.

Weakness:

Uses very, very expensive 123 batteries. You must take spares when you travel.

No question, put this with a M6 TTL and you have the very best flash photos possible to get. Shoot in low light or high light and the flash does fantstic fill's with no overkill.

Similar Products Used:

Metz 402, Sunpack 422, Nikon SB26, Vivitar 282

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
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