Broncolor has launched the RFS 2.2 F for Fujifilm cameras. The new transmitter-receiver was made in collaboration with Godox, making it possible for Fujifilm owners to use broncolor's pack systems and monolights. When used with supported products, namely broncolor's Move and Siros lines, RFS 2.2 F supports high speed flash sync speeds up to 1/8000s. The device is also backward compatible with Senso, Scoro, and other RFS 2-enabled products.

The transceiver, which was previously launched for Canon, Nikon, and Sony, features a rotary control wheel alongside a backlit LCD and PC sync/hot shoe pass-through. Likewise, the RFS 2.2 F supports up to 99 studio channels with up to 40 lamp groups per channel. Radio connectivity range spans up to 100m / 300ft.

Broncolor says the RFS 2.2 for Fujifilm is available as a preorder for $112, with shipping planned to start "later in December." But as The Phoblographer noted yesterday, Godox itself offers a very similar Fujifilm HSS transmitter for less than half the cost, at $46.