Broncolor have announced the RFS 2.2 F transmitter for Fujifilm camera systems, which provides remote manual power control, and High Shutter Speeds (HS mode), with the Broncolor Siros L cordless strobes and Move portable pack systems.
This adds Fuji support to the existing Canon, Nikon, and Sony compatible versions of the RFS 2.2 transmitter already available for the Broncolor system.
The RFS 2.2 F allow for individual remote manual power control of up to 40 groups of strobes, with 99 channels to select from.
As well as providing a global power adjustment, which adjusts all strobes together, while retaining existing ratios between them.
The 2.4GHz transmitter is powered by 2 AA batteries and provides a single pin pass through hotshoe, PC sync port, AF assist light, and dot matrix LCD interface.
The RFS 2.2 F are also backward compatible with the Broncolor Scoro and Senso RFS 2 protocol.
The Broncolor HS mode currently uses the “Long Burn” or “Long Duration Sync” method, rather than pulsing the flash like traditional HSS.
Enabling the HS mode on the Siros L and Move strobes adjusts and optimizes the flash curve to allow shutter speeds up to 1/8000th of a second.
The RFS 2.2 transceivers are pre-programmed to provide the optimum shutter delay timing for each camera model.
Though a HSMA menu (HS Manual Adjust) can also be used to choose an optimal exposure delay setting manually.
PRICE AND AVAILABILITY
The Broncolor RFS 2.2 F transmitter for Fuji are expected to be available late December 2017 from $112 –
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