Offering more power than ever, the recently updated FJ80 II M Universal Touchscreen 80Ws Speedlight from Westcott features a 2.8" LCD touchscreen, multi-camera TTL compatibility, and a rechargeable battery that will give you 500+ full-power flashes. The FJ80 II also offers an incredible 9-stop power range in 0.1-stop and 1-stop increments, recycles in 0.05 to 1.5 seconds, and is capable of a blazingly fast 20 fps. It also supports High-Speed Sync up to 1/8000 second as well as front and rear curtain sync.
One of the speedlight's unique features is its multi-brand TTL compatibility. The flash is compatible with most Canon, Nikon, Sony (with adapter), FUJIFILM, Panasonic Lumix, and Olympus cameras, and with its integrated 2.4 GHz transceiver, you can use the FJ80 II on-camera as both a flash and transmitter. You can control FJ400 and FJ200 strobes, FJ-XR receivers, off-camera FJ80-series speedlights, and Canon RT devices directly from the hot shoe. Additionally, when mounted off-camera, the FJ80 II acts as a client speedlight, and lets you trigger via an on-camera mounted FJ80, FJ-X2m or FJ-X3 Wireless Trigger, or Canon RT system transmitter. The FJ80 II also offers enhanced wireless communication in high-interference locations like events and weddings.
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