Introducing the New Flashpoint Zoom II AA R2 TTL Speedlight

Flashpoint offers many lighting options, including portable bare bulb flashlights and powerful monolights. The Flashpoint Zoom I AA R2 TTL Speedlight follows the Flashpoint Zoom TTL Speedlight that was first introduced in 2015. You get all the benefits of R2 lighting, plus a host of new features.

The Flashpoint Zoom II Speedlight’s Key Features:

  • Flash with GN 197ft /60m @ISO 100 (200mm).
  • Uses 1.5V AA batteries
  • The full power recycling time is less that 2.6 seconds
  • Compatible with optional Flashpoint Blast Power Pack (BP960)
  • Remote TTL power control
  • Auto-sensing Canon and Nikon, Sony, Panasonic or Olympus cameras, Fuji, Pentax TTL radios, and receiver modes
  • Quick guide to TTL with back button and TCM
  • Zooming head 20-200mm with manual or utomatic control
  • High Speed Sync allows shutter speeds of up to 1/8000thof a second
  • Head tilted 120 degrees and rotated at 330°

Broader Bounce Angles

Flashpoint Zoom II speedlights have a new head that can bounce flash at much wider angles. It can also tilt between -7deg and 120deg and rotate at 330deg. This allows for flexible and creative compositions. With a simple twist of the head, photographers can create any angle of bounce flash.

TCM Instant Conversion

Many wedding and event photographers need to be able to quickly adjust the lighting for the scene. Flashpoint Zoom II’s TCM (TTL Converter To Manual) function allows photographers to convert a TTL-metered flash output quickly into a manual flash power output by simply pressing a button.

External Power Port for Enhanced Power and Recycle Time

Flashpoint Zoom II speedlights have a built-in power socket that can be used in conjunction with an external power source such as the Flashpoint Blast Power Pack BP-996. The Flashpoint Zoom II speedlight’s performance can be significantly improved by using the power pack. The total number of full power flashes is increased from 330 to 1800 by the power pack. The Blast Power Pack reduces the time it takes to recycle at full power, from 2.6 seconds for AA batteries down to one second.

R2 Wireless Transmitter & Receiver Function

The Flashpoint R2 wireless system offers two major benefits: convenience and ease-of use. Flashpoint Zoom II speedlights offer both convenience and ease-of-use thanks to its ability as a wireless receiver and transmitter. The Zoom II’s Slave Mode allows it to be controlled using Flashpoint R2 triggers and lights. It can also be added to five reception groups. It can also auto-sensing Olympus TTL radio receiver signals, Pentax TTL, Pentax TTL, Sony, Panasonic and Olympus. The Zoom II can be used as a transmitter to control up to four R2 wireless groups when it is in Master Mode.

Quick-Release Lock

The Flashpoint Zoom II speedlight, like all the other Flashpoint speedlights, features a quick-release locking mechanism. This makes it easy to attach and remove any hot-shoe camera.

Manual and automatic zoom

Flashpoint Zoom II speedlights have both manual and automatic zoom options, making them ideal companions for many lenses and lighting configurations. This speedlight can distribute light evenly with a wide focal length range, and has a zoom range from 20 to 200mm.

There are many professional flash modes available for any lighting scenario

Flashpoint Zoom II speedlights offer professional features that are not available in larger and more expensive lights. The Flashpoint Zoom II speedlight features HSS (High Speed Synchro) with speeds up to 1/8000s, TTL, exposure compensation, manual and multi-flash modes, as well as 22 steps of power output ranging from 1/1 to 128 power. This allows for maximum flexibility.

The Flashpoint Zoom II Speedlight: Benefits

Photographers have the ability to create lighting kits that can handle any type of lighting. Flashpoint lights can be used with all cameras brands and are easy to use. They use the reliable and robust R2 wireless flash system. These devices also include industry-standard features like TTL, High Speed Sync, TTL to manual conversion (TCM) and TTL to TTL.

Flashpoint lights can be used with any camera system. Simply select the right trigger to use the R2 wireless system with all brands of cameras. You can use your existing lighting kit with any camera, without needing to buy a new set. Photographers can enjoy the incredible benefits of Flashpoint Lighting’s extensible lights like the Flashpoint Zoom II speedlight. A robust lighting system that works with any camera brand and in any lighting situation can be built.

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