HIGH SPEED-FLASH

Product Reviews

$799.00

(AUD inc. GST)
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3.7 based on 3 customer reviews

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Performance

Good

Features

Good

Design

Good

Ease of Use

Good

Most Helpful Positive
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Good Flash - A Few Minor Quibbles

HVLF60RM 21 August 2018 by MNPNW (USA)

I have two of the HVL-F60RM flashes which I use in combination with a HVL-45RM. They work well; however take a bit longer to setup than the Canon radio units I used with that system. You need to make changes on the camera and flash for remote use and if you decide to use a different unit as the commander, it requires a re-pairing. The swivel head is quite useful, just a bit weak in holding the flash head position. TTL works quite well, better than third party units I've used (Godox). Switches and controls superior to third party units. Wish OEM's would start making LiOn units, perhaps using the same battery as the camera. Overall, a good OEM quality radio flash unit.

Performance

Average

Features

Excellent

Design

Good

Ease of Use

Average

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Most Helpful Critical
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Won't allow more than one master

HVL-F60RM 05 April 2019 by CGPhoto (USA)

Only one master is allowed to trigger slaves. If you are a wedding photographer and use two bodies you can't trigger a single slave with both bodies. You can do this with any other flash system on the market.

Performance

Fair

Features

Fair

Design

Fair

Ease of Use

Good

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3 Customer Reviews

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Excellent

HVL-F60RM 16 February 2020 by JarJar (United Kingdom)

I have used Nikon flash units for the majority of my photography work (Weddings) When I moved over to Sony I was reluctant to purchase the rather expensive HVL-F60RM and opted for a cheaper non branded flash to work with my Sony’s A7iii and found them to be inconsistent and unreliable. I recently purchased the Sony flagship flash several weeks ago and find the unit to have a quality build (which it should be for £619) the light is consistence and the HSS works with the flash head in any position. The design of this flash is revolutionary with it’s rotating mount (the flash is in the same position in horizontal as it is in the vertical) The recycle time is excellent and with my line of work is more than adequate for my environment . The menu system is simple and easy to navigate unlike the menus system on my A7iii. I would have paid the asking price of £619 but if you look around I purchased the unit from Wilkinson camera shop based in the Uk for £449. Having been in the wedding g photography business for 12 years you get used to overpriced gear but as stated earlier in this basic review you get what you pay for and in my opinion this unit is excellent (

Performance

Excellent

Features

Excellent

Design

Excellent

Ease of Use

Excellent

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Won't allow more than one master

HVL-F60RM 05 April 2019 by CGPhoto (USA)

Only one master is allowed to trigger slaves. If you are a wedding photographer and use two bodies you can't trigger a single slave with both bodies. You can do this with any other flash system on the market.

Performance

Fair

Features

Fair

Design

Fair

Ease of Use

Good

2

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Good Flash - A Few Minor Quibbles

HVLF60RM 21 August 2018 by MNPNW (USA)

I have two of the HVL-F60RM flashes which I use in combination with a HVL-45RM. They work well; however take a bit longer to setup than the Canon radio units I used with that system. You need to make changes on the camera and flash for remote use and if you decide to use a different unit as the commander, it requires a re-pairing. The swivel head is quite useful, just a bit weak in holding the flash head position. TTL works quite well, better than third party units I've used (Godox). Switches and controls superior to third party units. Wish OEM's would start making LiOn units, perhaps using the same battery as the camera. Overall, a good OEM quality radio flash unit.

Performance

Average

Features

Excellent

Design

Good

Ease of Use

Average

8

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