And the X800C have both master and slave modes via 2.4GHz radio and Canon Optic Wireless transmission.
X800C FEATURES AND SPECS
- Flash Index – 60M@ISO 100/105mm
- Flash Mode – ETTL /M / Multi
- Auto Zoom / Manual Zoom: 20 – 200 mm
- HSS to 1/8000th
- 2.4GHz Radio Transmission – Master and Slave Modes
- Canon Optic Wireless – Master and Slave Modes
- S1 and S2 Optic Slave Modes
- 1st Curtain Sync / 2nd Curtain Sync
- FEC / FEB – 1/3rd Increments (±3 stops)
- Manual Flash – 1/128 – 1/1 output control (1/3rd increments)
- AF-Assist Light
- Sound Prompt
- High Definition Dot Matrix LCD Screen
- USB Port – Firmware Upgradable
- External Power Pack Input (Pixel Style Socket)
- PC Sync Port
- Full Head Tilt & Swivel – UP/Down: -7/90 degree Left/Right: 180/180 degree
- Long Life Flash Tube
- Flash Recycle Time – aprox 2.8 sec (1/1 full power output)
- Internal Power Source – 4 x AA size batteries (Alkaline or Ni-MH are available)
- Flash Times – 180 times (1/1 flash output, with Sanyo Eneloop batteries)
- Overheating Warning – multi dot-matrix temperature control, battery & tube overheat warning.
- Dimensions – 78.04mm × 60.50mm × 193.00mm
- Weight – 408.7g (excluding batteries)
Although the X800C may appear to look similar to Pixel’s first and recently released Mago Flash, the X800C are actually a completely redesigned and smaller flash body, now resembling much more the original Canon 600EX-RT design.
The flash head also now smaller and similar in shape to the Canon 600EX-RT.
A tilt locking button is also provided on the side of the flash head.
Interestingly the USB port for firmware updates has move out of the battery compartment as the Mago provides, and is now mounted outside next to the external HV battery port.
Pixel have retained their own LCD interface style (which is quite easy to navigate in the Mago), now adding radio transmission modes.
Pixel are also now looking for photographers to test and review the new X800C.
If you are interesting to be a tester, please send the below detail to email@example.com
1. What model of camera do you use? (Canon only)
2. Which flash models do you already own?
3. Do you have your own webpage or blog to share the product news?
4. Where are you from?
5. What languages you can write?
6. Have you ever posted any product reviews before? Please provide the detail for reference.
7. Personal information (including name/age/email address etc.)
8. We require you to write a report after using our new product.
9. Your Youtube/Facebook/Google account E-mail Subject: Pixel X800c beta tester request
Deadline: 6th Feb, 2015
PRICE AND AVAILABILITY
The Pixel X800C flash price and availability are not specified as yet, though its likely the flash will be priced under $180.
Pixel – Website
Pixel King Pro – Review
Pixel Mago – Review