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Olympus Fit Flashguns

Using a flashgun can dramatically improve low light images as well as adding a professional element to portraits and interior images. Olympus fit flashguns include manufacturer original models as well as Hahnel, Metz and Nissin compatible options. The range can be used for on or off-camera (with radio triggers) and includes LED ring lights as well as macro photography lighting. These will fit an Olympus digital camera with TTL compatibility (through the lens), metering by firing a pre-flash just before the actual flash to determine the output.

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£159.00

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Hahnel Modus 360RT for Olympus/Panasonic

Hahnel Modus 360RT Speedlight for Olympus/Panasonic

£169.99

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Olympus FL-900R Wireless Flash

High performance flash in weather resistant body

£449.00

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Olympus STF-8 MAcro Flash

STF-8 Macro Flash

£449.00

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Godox V860II-O camera flash for Olympus

Godox V860II-O camera flash for Olympus / Panasonic incl. battery

£174.00

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£99.00

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Olympus LG-1 LED Light Guide

Olympus LG-1 LED Light Guide for TG-3/ TG-2/ TG-1

£29.95

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Godox TT350O Camera Flash for Olympus

Godox TT350O Camera Flash for Olympus / Panasonic

£79.00

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£199.00

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Godox V1O round camera flash for Olympus

Godox V1O round camera flash for Olympus / Panasonic with battery

£249.00

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£134.00

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£279.00

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Hahnel Modus 600RT MKII Kit - Olympus/Panasonic

Hahnel Modus 600RT MK II Wireless Flashgun Kit for Olympus/Panasonic

£299.99

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£274.00

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Olympus FL-LM3 Flash

FL-LM3 Flash (Only suitable for use with E-M5 MKii)

£69.00

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£239.00

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Wireless flashguns can also be used for capturing video recording as well as still image capture, aiding videographers when working in darker situations. Add multiple units for more complex lighting set-ups, with a flash soft box to diffuse subject light. Three lights for portraits will often include rim, background and subject lighting. This gives the photographer ultimate flexibility to control artificially lit scenes with highly professional results.

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