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Rebranded version of Achiever 632LCD.
The Achiever 632LCD (also sold as Cobra D650, Hanimex 632LCD and Praktica 632LCD) is a flash that can be used for dedicated and/or OTF TTL function with compatible cameras and also works as an auto thyristor flash. It also has a manual zoom function with four flash coverage angles (28, 35, 50 and 85 mm).
Manual and auto modes may work on a DSLR, but in some cases, you may have to isolate or remove the “extra” TTL control pins from the hot-foot to stop the camera from being confused by the legacy OTF TTL protocol.
Head: 28-85mm coverage, manual zoom.
Swivel & tilt: 0° to +300° swivel, 0° to +90° tilt.
Exposure modes: Auto, Varipower, OTF.
Manual settings: 1/1 to 1/16 in EV 1 steps. (5 steps).
No built-in wireless modes.
Trigger voltage: 4.0-5.6 volt.
Field upgradable: No.
Dimensions: 81 x 145 x 102 mm, 377 g.
|Zoom head setting:||f=35mm||f=50mm||f=max|
|Guidenumber (ISO 100, meter):||28||36||42|
|GNs taken from manufacturer's specifications.|
Price: USD 170 (new, w/o tax).
For a detailed explanation of the above specifications, see the guide.
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Praktica is a brand of photo equipment that used to be manufactured by Pentacon in Dresden in Eastern Germany. The company was established in 1959, when several Dresden camera manufacturers, among them VEB Kamerawerke Freital, joined to create Volkseigener Betrieb Kamera- und Kinowerke Dresden. In 1964, it was renamed VEB Pentacon Dresden. After incorporating lens manufacturer VEB Feinoptisches Werk Görlitz in 1968, it was renamed “Pentacon”.
The firm collapsed after German reunification in 1990, but the right to use the Praktica brand was acquired by former lens manufacturer Schneider Kreuznach. The digital cameras and optical equipment that carry the Praktica brand today are manufactured in Asia (mainly South Korea).
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