Hi there fellow CSER, first time doing a review so bare with me if the review seems in adequet. Ok my review today is for the "Brillint PZ 46 ETTL digital flash"which is for canon models only but they come ready for other camera brands as well.
Its a good and cheap 3rd party flash that can be bought for SDG150 from sgcamerastore or Tago Tech. I was told it can be roughly compared to canon's 430ex flash. Firstly the package contains the flash itself, a bubble wrap, and an instruction manual. There was no velvet bag or diffuser provided. This model has an LCD display at the back of the unit and has a back light function for when the flash is used at night.
The flash unit has a focal length setting maximum of 85mm with powers levels adjustable in manual settings in ranges of 1/1 to 1/64. Its has a rotating head of 150 to the right and 180 to the left and a 90 degree upwards rotation for the creative mind in you to bounce the light in an infinite amount of direction. The flash has 3 modes, ETTL, Multi and manual.With multi flash mode the flash can be fired several times in succession during a single exposure to record the following motion of a subject.
The front of the flash comes with a nifty zoom lens that for somewhat serve no purpose as far as i can notice. It has no master nor slave function built into the unit nor does it have any port to connect it to a wireless trigger.
Overall the flash is a cheap alternative for people who are just starting to learn more about flash and its uses