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Awesome Retra Flash Supercharger


Awesome Retra Flash Supercharger

The new Retra Flash PRO and Prime are capable of much more with the new Supercharger.

Retra Flash Supercharger
Retra Flash Supercharger

Recycle time is reduced by more than 50% and the autonomy is doubled.

By purchasing the Supercharger your Warranty for the Retra Flash Prime or PRO will be extended by 6 months.

Retra Flash Supercharger battery compartment
Retra Flash Supercharger battery compartment

Tech-spec highlights

  • Recycle time at 40% power: ~0,7s*
  • Number of flashes at 50% power: 700+*
  • Complete assembly weight: 1150g*

*with Retra Flash PRO, 8x eneloop pro

Rapid shooting sequence vertical
Rapid shooting sequence vertical

The Supercharger works with additional 4xAA batteries for a total of 8x AA batteries to power your Retra Flash PRO or Prime.

The voltage of the battery compartment is doubled and the recycle time is reduced by more than 50% due to higher efficiency of energy transfer.

Retra Flash Supercharger top side view batteries
Retra Flash Supercharger top side view batteries

The autonomy is more than double as well.

Never miss a shot. The shortened recycle time will help illuminate more images during rapid photo sequences.

Double o-ring sealing on all surfaces and a super robust mounting system.

Retra Flash Supercharger double O rings
Retra Flash Supercharger double O rings

Designed with extra care to the sealing surfaces ensuring a peace of mind during usage in the field.

Once mounted the unit is very compact and the construction is robust. The photographer can hold onto the Supercharger when adjusting the flashgun underwater.

The Supercharger starts shipping in October 2020.

Pre-order your unit today >

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Adrian Stacey
Scuba Diver ANZ Editor, Adrian Stacey, first learned to dive on the Great Barrier Reef over 24 years ago. Since then he has worked as a dive instructor and underwater photographer in various locations around the world including, Egypt, Costa Rica, Indonesia, Thailand, Mexico and Saba. He has now settled in Australia, back to where his love of diving first began.
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