FUJIFILM WIRELESS COMMANDER
A commander that broadens the field of creativity
Using a radio-controlled wireless communication system to control the flashes, the EF-W1 would allow customers to challenge on their creative works without any compromise due to the surrounding environment.
Greater freedom with a Radio-controlled wireless communications system
This commander unit uses radio-controlled wireless communications to remotely trigger EF-60’s diverse functions including the TTL mode, Manual mode and FP High-Speed Sync mode. It can simultaneously control multiple remote flash units, which can be divided into four groups to accept different settings.
The commander and remote flash units communicate with radio control. This means remote flashes can be placed in positions far away or out of direct line-of-sight from the commander, and used even in bright ambient light, giving greater freedom than the conventional optical communications system in configuring a shooting set-up, thereby broadening possibilities in photographic expressions.
The EF-W1 uses NAS (Nissin Air System)*1 for radio-controlled wireless communications. This means the commander makes the X and GFX Series of camera systems compatible not only with the EF-60 but also with a variety of NAS-based speedlights offered by Nissin Japan Ltd.
Fine-control of the "Light"
The EF-W1 allows you to control output in 1/3EV increments in both output compensation in the TTL mode and power control in the Manual mode. In the Manual mode, the output level can be reduced to as low as 1/256. This ability to adjust the flash output in greater detail facilitates intricate expressions in flash photography.
Other compatible device
Nissin flash with Nissin Air System(NAS)
|Wireless Communication Unit|
|Communication Method||NAS(Nissin Air System)*1|
|Frequency Range Used (center frequency)||2409 — 2476 MHz|
|Wireless Maximum Output||8 dBm (EIRP)|
|Communication Channel||8 channels|
|Maximum number of flashes used simultaneously||30|
|Action mode||Radio Wireless Commander (TTL, Manual, OFF)|
|TTL Flash Exposure Compensation Control||±2EV, 1/3EV steps|
|Manual Flash Control||1/1 — 1/256, 1/3EV steps|
|FP (high speed sync) Emission Control||Compatible (when using a compatible camera)|
|The Coverage (zoom)||24 — 200mm (35mm format conversion), auto zoom|
|Recycling Time||Max. approx. 10 times/second|
|Other Functions||Firemware update by microSD card, open mode*2, modeling light control*2 that allows to|
control one flash from multiple wireless commanders.
|Power Supply and Others|
|No. of Flashes||Approx. 3,000 times (when using alkaline batteries)*3|
|Power Supply||2 x AAA batteries (Ni-MH batteries, alkaline batteries)|
|Using Temperature Range||-10 to 40 degrees Celsius|
|Dimension (Height x Width x Depth)||Approx. 61mm x 62mm x 68mm|
|Weight||Approx. 73g (without battery)|
*1 NAS(Nissin Air System) is a registered trademark of Nissin Japan Ltd.
*2 Compatible with MG10, MG8, MG80 Pro manufactured by Nissin Digital.
*3 It depends on the shooting conditions and batteries used.