Pixel HK’s first flash unit is coming soon, and Pixel have 20 free sample units available for Canon and Nikon owners prepared to test the new flash, provide feedback and a written review.
The new Pixel Mago TTL and HSS enabled flash has a high GN 60M (ISO 100, 105mm), and 20 – 200mm zoom head. Other features include a large dot matrix LCD screen, LED modelling / video light, and USB port for firmware updates.
If you’re interesting in testing the new Pixel Flash there are application details further below.
Specs available so far –
- Flash Index: 60@ISO 100/105mm
- Flash Mode: TTL/M/Multi
- HSS to 1/8000th
- Auto Zoom
- Manual Zoom: 20 – 200 mm
- 1st Curtain Sync and 2nd Curtain Sync
- EV Adjustable
- AF Light
- 2W LED Light
- 2inch LCD Display (192×96)
- Deep Sound Button
- Battery or Flash Head Over Heat Warning
- Firmware Upgradable
- Support Power Pack Input
- 4 x AA Battery
- Max. Flash Time: 150 times @ power 1/1 (with Sanyo Eneloop Battery)
A distinctive feature of the new Pixel flash unit is the 2Watt LED video / modelling light, with what looks to be a removable orange tungsten filter.
A USB port for firmware updates, cleverly located in the battery compartment –
And PC sync port, and external HV battery port –
Although the new Pixel Flash resembles the Canon 600EX-RT in some ways, it does not currently have any radio transmitter or receiver built in as previously expected.
Radio may still come later though as this is just Pixel’s first flash unit. And with large clean user interface controls, and full dot matrix LCD screen, this is certainly an interesting starting point for Pixel flash units.
If you’re interested in testing and reviewing the new Pixel TTL Flash, Pixel will have 20 free sample units available. And you can apply by emailing Pixel with your details as listed below –
1. Please tell us the model of your camera? (Only Canon/ Nikon)
2. Which flash model you own?
3. Do you have your own webpage or blog to post the product news?
4. Where are you from?
5. What languages you can write?
6. Have you ever posted any product reviews before?
7. Personal information (including Name/Age/email address etc.)
8. We require you to write a report after using our new product.
Please email us to the following email address if you are interested to test the flash.
Email address is firstname.lastname@example.org
Email Subject is “Request Pixel Mago Flash Sample”
There has been some confusion over the naming of the Pixel Flash models, so pixel have provided this description. The Mago will not have any numbers in the name.
Price and Availability –
The Pixel Mago ETTL flashes for Canon are available now from around $90 –
The Nikon version Mago will eventually follow.
Pixel – Website