The new feature serves as a major step toward “professionalizing” mobile photography, whether shooting in a studio or on location. Clock synchronization via Bluetooth connection allows the B10 to fire at the same time and for the same duration as an iPhone’s image capture. It also frees up photographers to capture fast-moving subjects by permitting shutter speeds up to 1/25,000 of a second while harnessing the full power of the B10.
In addition to the power boost, AirX technology also means mobile photographers now have access to the many modifiers that can be added to the B10 flashes to achieve precisely the lighting effect needed for a shot.
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