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Wireless PRO Flash for Mirrorless Cameras

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Published on Mar 3, 2013

Wireless PRO Flash for Mirrorless Cameras

Pro photographers and serious non-pros need a TTL flash solution for the Lumix GH3. Although there are some good / ok speedlite flashes available for it and the GH2 and G5, none have the big power, fast recycle time, nor the radio-based triggering system needed for using flash outdoors...until now.

The top of the line flash brand for battery powered pro lighting is Quantum, a long time trusted American company known for outstanding reliability and service. But, it ain't cheap.

The Quantum Qflash Trio is a rather oversized shoe mount flash that has a built-in transceiver for connecting limitless flash units to most pro brands of cameras with full manual, auto, a sweet auto-fill flash mode, and the best TTL mode there is. Yes, Quantum's QTTL mode is widely considered better than Canon or Nikons - try it and see?

Hats off to Quantum for listening to the pros moving into Lumix GH3 cameras when they were told how much pros need Qflash to work both on-camera; and wirelessly off-camera with Lumix. To say thanks (more like to finally shut us up! ha!), Quantum sent us over the very first Trio for Lumix and first CoPilot (wirless transmitter) for Lumix. Here's a happy-faced Will Crockett as he shows you this simple, powerful (and HSS!) solution.

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