After revealing their goose-necked flashgun to the public, Hink has provided specsÂ and a crowd-funding campaign. As well as the flexible positioning arm, the device offers manual power control and something Hink calls “creative lighting modes”.
|Guide number||33m (at 35mm, Iso-100)|
|Modes||Manual, S1, S2 and "creative lighting modes"|
|Recycle time||0.8 seconds|
|Battery||3000mah 3.7V Li-Po, built-in|
|Modelling lamp||LED high power|
The unit’s built-in battery charges via the same USB port that connects the Spacefish with future accessories such as radio triggers and external power supplies. The hotshoe mount will be made of anodised metal. There is no PC or 3.5mm sync port.
Update: The light output is specified as 33m, which comparable to that provided by a high-end Nikon Speedlite SB-910. The precision of manual adjustment is not given.
Update 2:Â An Indiegogo campaign has been launched.
For more information, visit the Hink Pro web site.