Polaroid Launches the Digital Dua Flash

October 29th, 2011

Polaroid-Dua-Flash.jpgPolaroid’s latest product isn’t
designed for people who take video with their DSLRs and it’s not
designed for people who take still photos. It’s designed for the
folks who do both.

The Dua Flash – yeah, we thought it was
called the Duo too – allows you to switch between a constant LED
light for video and a flash for photographs. It utilizes a Power Zoom
head to automatically set the correct exposure, as well as a
diffuser and flash reflector.

“For 75 years, Polaroid has been
the go-to brand that bridges the gap commonly found between
accessories geared toward both professional and hobbyist
photographers,” says Polaroid president Scott W. Hardy. “We’re
excited to present easy-to-use, affordable products that
photographers of all levels can rely on to enhance their photography
experience.”

The Dua Flash comes in two models (PL-150 and PL-160) which are compatible with Nikon and Canon dSLRs. The models for Nikon cameras have PN in the model number, while the Canon compatible units have DC (e.g. PL-150DC). You can be purchase yours today directly from Amazon.com for $159.99 and $199.99, receptively.

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