Excerpt: This flash is the top of the line for Sony at the moment. I like this flash for a few reasons. First of all, I like that it had the most power. Secondly, I like how the flash can turn in many different directions. Lastly, I like the features and the ease of use.
Excerpt: This flash has a fast recovery time and by far the best quality of flash that I have ever owned. The settings are very easy to navigate. I took several hundred photos during a wedding recently and the batteries were still nearly full at the end of the day.
Excerpt: I am using this flash with a Sony Alpha 77-II camera that has WiFi connectivity. Incorrectly, I had assummed that the Sony HVL-F60M "Wireless" flash used WiFi to connect the Sony camera and flash. It doesn't. However, I like the flash in that it makes remote bounce flash fairly easy.
Excerpt: I used the HVL-F60M during a local MMA sporting event and have used it to take portrait pictures . Needless to say it did a outstanding job allowing me to capture the fighters during the fight and follow up shots. I also wanted to see how bad the so called over heating that was rumored of occurring.
Excerpt: SONY HVL-F60M an amazing flash. The colour is true and shot-to-shot recycling rate is respectable. It has a very useful cobra head design allowing the flash to bent 90 degree sideways for portraits. It has a build in bounce card and includes a large diff-user.
Pros: Easy To Pack, Easy to Use, Lightweight, Reliable, Strong Construction
Excerpt: The flash has an awesome control of light, every easy to setup. After the Firmware update, is there no longer problems with overheatingSony did a free upgrade of my flashhttps: //guldmann.wordpress.com/2015/05/05/heaps-of-light-the-much-criticised-hvl-f60m/
Pros: Easy Configuring, Led Video Light, STRONG light
Cons: Lack Of Sync Ports, Lack Of Wireless Triggers
Excerpt: The flash has an awesome control of light, every easy to setup. After the Firmware update, is there no longer problems with overheating Sony did a free upgrade of my flash https://guldmann.wordpress.com/2015/05/05/heaps-of-light-the-much-criticised-hvl-f60m/