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Old 01-14-2016   #11
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Old 01-16-2016   #12
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Well I settled on the Sony HVL-F43M. After some serious self-analysis and my direction in photography I realized I don't really need all the bells and whistles any longer. This has all I need and I can even do wireless off camera flash with it.
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Old 04-06-2016   #13
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You can't go wrong with any of the Sony lights. I use a F60 with a Gary Fong tupperware thingy for walk-around event shoots. Never had a problem. Good luck
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Just picked up a Godox 685 for Sony that works really well and the price is right.
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I'm using a Neewer NW880s with my A77ii it has the same MI hot shoe as the A6000.
https://www.amazon.com/Neewer-Camera...=neewer+nw880s
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Old 01-12-2017   #16
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if you have an a6000 and u want portability, i would suggest getting those very small speedlights with TTL capability. 2 3rd party brand i can think of is the nissin i40 and the other is the meike speedlite mk320.

i own the mk320 and using it on the a3500 and the A7. it is very cheap, very compact and has a micro usb port which you can use to charge rechargeable AA batteries without taking the battery out of the flash unit. it also has 3 video led light for video mode.

if you just want a manual flash, any youngno flash would do.

i have an HVL32AM (minolta mount) and the HVL32M but i prefer using the meike speedlight due to its portability.
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I can't recommend the Godox/Flashpoint flashes enough. I have the 685 & 860v2 both worth great wireless in both manual and ttl with the transmitter.!!!!!


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