The camera controls the MK950II’s flash output level by measuring the light reflected from the subject when the MK950II fires a series of monitor pre-flashes.
Manual flash mode
By setting the aperture and the flash output level, you can manually set the exposure and the distance to the subject.
By tilting or rotating the flash head, you can bounce the light off a ceiling on wall to make use of reflected light.
Close-up flash photography
Close up flash photography can be achieved with use of the built-in wide-flash adapter and the flash head titled down.
Flash output level compensation/exposure compensation
Flash output level compensation is performed by modifying the flash output level for the flash illuminated subject only. Exposure compensation is performed by intentionally modifying the correct exposure o modify both the subject and 0 exposure.
Circuit design: insulated gate bipolar transistor (IGBT)
Guide number: 42 (ISO 100, 105mm)
Flash mode: TTL / Multi / M / S1 / S2
Vertical rotation angle: 0 to 90 degrees
Horizontal rotation angle: 0 to 270 degrees
Power supply: 4 x AA size batteries (alkaline or Ni-MH are usable)
Lighting time: 100-1500 times (using AA alkaline cell)
Recycle time: approximately 4 seconds (AA alkaline cell used)
Color temperature: 5,600K
Lighting time: 1/200 to 1/20,000s
Flash control: 8 levels of output control (1/128 – 1/1)
External interface: hot shoe, PC port, and external charging port (use MK-SD8A)
Wireless triggering distance: 20-30m indoor, 10-15m outdoor
Addition features: FEC, AEB, Manual zoom, Auto zoom, Sound indicator, PC port, Power saving mode and overheat protection
Dimensions: 200 x 75 x 57mm
Net weight: 340g