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Kodak P20 Zoom Flash

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Kodak P20 Zoom Flash

The Kodak P20 Zoom Flash has 2 different settings; an automatic setting via signal from the camera or manual setting by pressing the Zoom button. Its colour temperature is 5600K ±400 at full power output with flash duration of 1/800 second at 1/2 power output. Operating temperature is 0-40°C. The P20 Zoom Flash measures 83.8 x 62.4 x 93 mm and weighs 199 g. The flash utilises either AA alkaline batteries or AA Ni-MH batteries that give up to approximately 100-140 number of flash…

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Kodak P20 Zoom Flash

The Kodak P20 Zoom Flash has 2 different settings; an automatic setting via signal from the camera or manual setting by pressing the Zoom button. Its colour temperature is 5600K ±400 at full power output with flash duration of 1/800 second at 1/2 power output. Operating temperature is 0-40°C. The P20 Zoom Flash measures 83.8 x 62.4 x 93 mm and weighs 199 g. The flash utilises either AA alkaline batteries or AA Ni-MH batteries that give up to approximately 100-140 number of flashes and approximately 10 second (alkaline) / 8 second (Ni-MH) recycling time.

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The Kodak P20 Zoom Flash is tested and complies with the limits for a Class B digital device. Recycle time on fully charged batteries is approximately 10 seconds. At ISO 100 speed, the flash reaches a distance of 9.1 m at wide and 10 m at telephoto. At ISO 400, flash ranges can be doubled. Users may utilise the bounce head feature for more natural light. It has automated zoom for great flash coverage and is a flash unit interacts with camera. Its guide number range from 40 at 80 mm position (ISO 100, m) and settings can be viewed on its LCD display.

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  • flash on camera goes off also

    I got this flash to use with my Kodak EasyShare P850. However, it seems that whenever the Kodak 20 Zoom Flash goes off, so does the build in flash on the camera itself. Should that be? How would one turn off the built in flash? Thanks.

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