The new Leica SF 60 flash and SF C1 wireless flash controller now listed online


The previously rumored new SF 60 system flash unit (flash guide number of 60) and SF C1 wireless flash controller are now listed on Leica's website. The new flash system will be presented to the public for the first time at the 2018 WPPI show that starts in Las Vegas today (conference for Wedding and Portrait Photography). The official product launch will be in April. Here are the details:

Update: the new Leica products are rebadged Nissin i60a flash and Air10s controller.

LEICA SF60

Compact, powerful and a great team player

With the SF 60 and a Leica Camera, you have the ideal set-up for a wide range of photographic situations. The flash has sufficient power to cover longer distances with its zoom-reflector or for shooting with soft, indirect flash from a reflector or bounced from a wall or ceiling.

Thanks to TTL flash exposure control in the camera, the dosing of fill-in flash for subtile brightening of subjects is no problem at all.

LEICA SF C1

Innovative, future-proof and compatible

The SF 60 does not necessarily have to be connected directly to the camera.

Instead of being mounted on the camera, the new flash unit can also be used as a remote slave flash and, in combination with the Leica SF C1, for illuminating the subject from any desired angle.

In this way, the SF C1 controller enables you to go far beyond what is usually possible with a single SF 60 flash.

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