Shanny SN600SC Flash Light For Canon

Product Description SNC600SC New Functions: 1, Raido Trigger: Insert a radio module, as a remote dependent unit, can be compatible with the radio trigger system. (With radio module/upgrade module, software can be downloaded in Shanny official website) 2, The set-top ETTL flash: Install it on the Canon camera to achieve automatic flash photography 3, Optical singal master control functions: Automatic wireless remote control flash(optical pulse) 4, Autofocus auxiliary functions 5, Automatic zoom functions, flash zoom position can be back and forth with the change of the focal length of the lens 6, Supporting the access to the Canon menu Specifications: Guider number: GN62 (ISO100, 200mm) Wireless Flash: Radio transmission Slave, Optical pulse transmission Master/Salve Flash mode: ETTL, M, MULTI Zoom range: Auto, 20~200mm (When using wide angle dispersion plate is 14mm) High speed sync: 1/8000s Master flash: Master optical pulse signal transmission Slav
Product Code: 228
Brand: Shanny
Warranty: 7 Days Check Warranty
Availability: In Stock
Price Updated On: 01 Apr, 2020
Rs. 11,900
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Product Description

free shipping Shanny SN600SC Master HSS 1/8000s GN62 Flashgun Flash Speedlite for Canon 6D 7D 5D Mark II 5D3 60D 70D

 
 
Package List:
1x SN600SC Flash
1x Flash Stand
1x Manual
 

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FEATURES
Guide Number: GN62(ISO100,200mm)
Wireless Flash: Optical transmission Master/Slave, Radio transmission Slave
High speed sync: 1/8000s
Flash mode: ETTL, M, MULTI
Trigger mode: Set-top flash, optical transmission, radio transmission, light trigger
Zoom range: Auto,20~200mm (When using wide angle dispersion plate is 14 mm)
Master flash: Master optical pulse signal transmission
Slave flash:  Optical pulse SLAVE Canon/Nikon. Light trigger S1/S2, wireless SLAVE (Need to           
cooperate with the upgrade module in software, with an external RADIO module)
Flash control: 8 levels of output control (1/128~1/1), 22 levels of fine tuning 
Frequency flash: 1~199Hz
Recycle time: Quick flash less than 2s, ordinary flash less than 3s
Radio triggering distance: About 100m;
Optical triggering distance: About 20 m
Flash groups: Support for multiple flash groups 
Radio Channels: 4~16
Optical Channels: 4
Flash light ratio: 8:1~1:1~1:8
Additional features: second-curtain sync, FEC, FEB, FEV, modeling flash, AF-assist, manual zoom, auto zoom, sound prompt, advanced setting, PC port, power saving mode and over heat protection, USB firmware updates.
Power supply: 4×AAsize batteries (Alkaline or Ni-MH is usable)
Measurement: 79.7(L)×142.9(W)×125.4(H)mm
Net weight: 420g (not including battery)

 

 

Light Pattern
 
 
 
Below is a direct comparison of the light patters produced by the SN600SC and the Canon 600EX-RT at each flash zoom length.
 
These are all shot at the same 17mm lens zoom length (on a Canon 7D), so that the full light patterns can be seen.
 
The SN600SC results are quite good, and closer to the Canon 600EX-RT than many other third party flashes.
 
(These are all shot at 5500K, so this also provides some idea of the color difference between the 2 flashes as well).

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And below are some tests showing the flash zoom matched to a full frame camera lense zoom.

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Manual Power Levels
 
Accuracy between the SN600SC manual power levels are very good, all within 1 tenth of a stop between levels.
 
Even the Canon flash shows some variation here, with 1.3 stops between 1/2 and full power.
 
These results were recorded with the flashes mounted in a softbox to avoid any hot spots, and in exactly the same position and settings etc. The SN600SC equals or betters the 600EX-RT output at any power level.

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ETTL Exposures
 
 
The SN600SC ETTL exposures appear to be very promising. The original flash tested here is a pre-production model, though already the exposures have been consistent.
 
There are no issues noted at different zoom lengths, or metering modes etc, as other flashes have suffered from recently.
 
There were a few issues discovered though, like flash exposures changing with ISO setting, and one FEC graduation being out from what it should be, though Shanny have assured the production versions available now have fixed any noted issues.
 
Recycle Time
 
 
The SN600SC's full power recycle time is from around 1.8 seconds using a good set of [email protected] batteries. Compared to the Canon 600EX-RT at around 2.6 seconds with the same batteries.
 
This is quite an impressive difference as the Shanny flashes really are matching Canon for light output. So Shanny are not fudging anything or dialing down the light to achieve these faster recycle times.
 
And the SN600SC have a High Voltage Port for external battery packs, if faster recycle times are needed.
 
 
 
 
Flash Duration
 
 
There is nothing particularly notable about the SN600SC's flash durations. Most speedlites, being IGBT flashes, have a fairly long flash duration at full power, and increasingly very short durations at lower power levels.
 
Due to the long duration at full power, most speedlites lose around 3/10ths of a stop of light from around 1/160th shutter speed moving up to a 1/250th maximum x-sync speed. The Canon 600EX-RT results are shown below, and the SN600SC are results are quite similar to this.
 

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AF Assist Light
 
Shanny have implemented their own unique AF assist light pattern. This is a single AF light for all focus points, unlike the Canon 600EX-RT, which use a more sophisticated second light pattern when outer AF points are selected.
 
The Shanny AF light is probably a little better than the recent AF lights found in the YN-622C-TX (and likely current YongNuo flash models), in that there is not quite as much gap in the light pattern for a focus point to fall completely between any pattern.
 
These samples where taken at 1.8m (or 6 feet) from the subject, and at the zoom lengths as noted.

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1/80s @ f/2.8 ISO 320. SN600SC @ 1/8 power fired through softbox, camera right. Triggered by Canon 600EX-RT (mounted on EOS 5D MK III)
 

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1/125s @ f/2.8 ISO 640. SN600SC @ 1/8 power fired through softbox, camera right. Triggered by Canon 600EX-RT (mounted on EOS 5D MK III)


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