Thanks to the version 2.0 (or later) software update, external flash can be controlled from the camera.
The high GN60 output and 220 times continuous emission of this flash unit provides plenty of power for various shooting.
Quick Shift Bounce allows use of the lighting features from horizontal to vertical
Quick Shift Bounce is Sony's original flash-head rotating mechanism, with the main unit tiltable from horizontal to vertical, allowing fast flash position changes. (90 ° left and right, 150 ° up/8 ° down)
Direct output adjustment
An independent light output level button (LEVEL -/+ button) allows direct control of output or compensation for efficient workflow. Paired wireless flashes can also be easily adjusted via a LCD panel.
 LEVEL -/+ button  LCD panel
In addition to optical remote triggering, wireless radio triggering is supported. Wireless radio communication works reliably at distances of up to 30 meters and even around obstacles or in bright conditions. A total of 15 flash units can be assigned to up to 5 groups.
Conventional optical triggering and wireless radio triggering cover a wide range of situations. A HVL-F60RM mounted on a compatible camera can be paired with off-camera units to provide reliable communication over long distances in conditions that would make optical communication difficult. Slow sync, rear-curtain sync and multi flash are supported.
Up to 15 flash units can be assigned to up to 5 groups for wireless flash control at distances of up to 30 meters. Optional Wireless Radio Commander (FA-WRC1M) and Wireless Radio Receiver (FA-WRR1) units allow the HVL-F60RM to be used with Sony flash units that do not have built-in radio wireless capability, as well as the radio-capable HVL-F45RM.
Control the ideal combination of shutter speed and flash intensity.
Follow the link below for lens/body compatibility details.
Guide number changes according to zoom position. See the table below.
Specifications and Features
- Shoe type
- Multi Interface Shoe.
- Frequency (Approx.)
- 0.1–2.5 seconds (alkaline battery)/0.1–1.7 seconds (Ni-MH battery)
- Repetition (Approx.)
- More than 150 times (alkaline battery)/More than 220 times (Ni-MH battery)
- Continuous flash performance
- 40 flashes at 10 flashes per second
- Power source
- Four AA-size alkaline or Ni-MH batteries