The new X800C ETTL
And the X800C will soon be compatible with existing Pixel King Pro, and original Pixel King ETTL and HSS enabled transceivers (once the appropriate firmware is available).
Like Pixels recent and first
Instead of being a larger flash as the Mago is, Pixel
Please note though – the X800C are not directly compatible with Canon’s RT radio system.
- GN 60m (ISO 100 / 200mm)
- HSS to 1/8000th
- Flash Mode – ETTL /M / Multi
- 1st Curtain Sync / 2nd Curtain Sync
- FEC / FEB – 1/3rd Increments (±3 stops)
- Manual Flash – 1/128 – 1/1 output control (1/3rd increments)
- 20-200mm Auto and Manual Flash Zoom
- Pixel 2.4GHz RF Radio Master and Slave Modes
- Master and Slave Modes for Canon Optic Wireless System
- S1 & S2 Basic Optic Slave Modes
- Full Power Recycle – From 2.5 Seconds
- Flash Groups – 3, A/B/C
- Radio Channels – 4
- Optic Channels – 4
- Supports Canon Flash Control Menus
- Custom Functions
- Sound Prompt
- Heat Protection
- LCD Back Light Can be Kept On
- AF Assist Light
- Full 360 Degree Swivel and Tilt Head (With Locking Button)
- Large Clear
High ResolutionDot Matrix LCD Screen
- Canon Like Interface
- Fast Clamping Metal Foot with Locking Pin
- Long Life Flash Tube
- External Battery Port
- USB Port for Firmware Updates
- PC Sync Port
And for those that may not be aware, Pixel HK
So the X800C have been a long time coming, and many King and King Pro TTL trigger owners have been patiently awaiting the arrival of a radio flash to complement their system.
The X800C provide a relatively inexpensive on-camera ETTL and HSS enabled flash, as well as an off-camera flash system, where the master flash on
Compatibility with the King and King Pro TTL triggers will be provided with future firmware as well, so combining those could not be evaluated at this stage either.
The Pixel X800C are looking to be a nice simple and inexpensive radio flash
We will have to wait for the production models and updated firmware to really assess the performance in range and ETTL exposures etc.