Sony has a new low-end flashgun called the HVL-F32M. Sitting somewhere between the F20M and F48M, it takes two AA batteries, has a tilting, swivelling head and a body sealed against dust and moisture. You can use it with Multi-interface Shoe as an on-camera flash, or remotely as a wireless slave.
- Guide number of 32
- ADI flash metering
- High-speed sync
- Advanced wireless slave
- Auto white balance
- Vertically tilts from -8° to 90°
- Swivels 90° left; 180° right
- Multi-Interface Shoe
- Flip-down wide diffuser panel
- Takes two AA batteries
On the rear is a backlit LCD control panel. The HVL-F32M has a locking hotshoe foot.