New LightPix FlashQ M20 GN20 camera flash announced

LightPix Labs released a new compact FlashQ M20 GN20 camera flash with video LED light. Here are the main features:

  • Compact and lightweight GN20 flash, perfect for compact/mirrorless cameras.
  • Premium metal enclosure. Crafted from high-strength aluminum alloy with hard-anodized finish.
  • World’s smallest Transmitter detachable from the flash body, designed for off-camera flash photography.
  • Adjustable bi-color LED light for photography and videography.
  • 3 versions are available (priced $129~149.):

Technical specifications:

  • Guide Number 20 (at ISO 100)
  • Focal length coverage: 32mm (on 35mm format)
  • Manual flash power ratio control from 1/1 to 1/64
  • (further supports 1/3 EV steps setting from 1/1 to 1/16)
  • LED video light (both brightness and color temperature adjustable,
  • Max. 60 lux output at 1 meter)
  • 2.4GHz low-power digital radio, 9 meters wireless operating range
  • Tilt-capable flash head, up to 90° and with click-stops at 0°, 45°, 60°, 75°, 90°
  • Other functions: S1 / S2 optical slave, modeling light (LED)
  • Transmitter (TTL) per charge: 30 hours of operation and 120 days of standby
  • Transmitter (Non-TTL) per charge: 80 hours of operation and 120 days standby
  • Transmitter with built-in rechargeable Li-ion battery
  • Two AA-size alkaline / rechargeable Ni-MH batteries for the M20 main body
  • Recycling time (1/1 full power output): 5 sec. by Ni-MH batteries /
  • 6 sec. by fresh alkaline batteries
  • Number of flashes: 100 - 2000 flashes
  • LED lighting time: approx. 1 hour (at full power LED output and by Ni-MH batteries)
  • Flash color temperature: 5600K±200K (same as daylight)
  • LED color temperature: 3000~5500K adjustable, tolerance ±300K, CRI 90
  • Dedicated socket for FlashQ transmitter attachment
  • Dimensions : 59(W) x 102(H) x 32(D) mm (with FlashQ transmitter attached)
  • Weight: 130g (without battery)

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