Sony HVL-F60M Flash: An Excellent Light Source for Today’s Most Advanced Photographic

This is a discussion on Sony HVL-F60M Flash: An Excellent Light Source for Today’s Most Advanced Photographic within the Photography News and Views forums, part of the PHOTO FORUM category; Sony introduced the HVL-F60M Flash during September 2012, in conjunction with the release of its new full-frame DSLR camera, the Alpha SLT-A99. This was an ...


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    Sony HVL-F60M Flash: An Excellent Light Source for Today’s Most Advanced Photographic

    Sony introduced the HVL-F60M Flash during September 2012, in conjunction with the release of its new full-frame DSLR camera, the Alpha SLT-A99. This was an excellent strategy because the new Sony flash has the features and capabilities that serious DSLR photographers will need to shoot with the A99 or any other DSLR model.


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