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Canon 600EX-RT TTL Speedlite

Canon 600EX-RT TTL Speedlite

Wireless multiple flash system using radio wave communication for enhanced control of up to five groups of flashes.
Zoom flash head covers wide range of 20-200mm; maximum Guide Number (197 ft./60m at ISO 100).
AF Assist Beam compatible with Canon's new 61-Point High Density Reticular AF.
Dot matrix LCD panel and backlit button provide easy visibility.
Color filter holder for attaching Canon and third-party color gelatin filters.
18 Custom Functions and 7 Personal Functions for creative flexibility.
Full swivel, 180° in either direction.

  • Daily Rate: $40
  • Weekly Rate: $120
  • Monthly Rate: $400

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Profoto A1 AirTTL -C-Studio Light

Built-In AirTTL, Use On or Off Camera
Recycling: 0.05 to 1.2 Sec
Li-Ion Battery: 350 Full Power Flashes
High Speed Sync, LED Modeling Light
9 Stop Power Range, 76 Ws Output
Optional Wireless TTL with Air Remote
Includes Bounce Card, Dome Diffuser
Wide Lens, Flash Stand, USB Cable

  • Daily Rate: $35
  • Weekly Rate: $105
  • Monthly Rate: $350

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