Neewer® PRO i-TTL Flash *Deluxe Kit* for NIKON DSLR D7100 D7000 D5300 D5200 D5100 D5000 D3200 D3100 D3300 D90 D800 D700 D300 D300S D610, D600, D4 D3S D3X D3 D200 N90S F5 F6 F100 F90 F90X D4S D SLR Camera- Includes: 2 Neewer Auto-Focus Flash + Wireless Trigger(1 Transmitter, 2 Receivers) +M-Cord & C-Cord Cables + 2 Hard & 2 Soft Flash Diffusers + 2 Lens Cap Holders

December 1, 2014 - Comment

– Neewer Pro I-TTL Auto-Focus Flash – Quantity:2 – Compatible with i-TTL Nikon flash automatically. – It has wide angle diffusor and a built-in reflection panel. – Features a wireless trigger sensor for slave flash usage. – Adds a charging socket for external power pack. – PC synchronous port:simple for you to use the PC

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– Neewer Pro I-TTL Auto-Focus Flash

– Quantity:2

– Compatible with i-TTL Nikon flash automatically.

– It has wide angle diffusor and a built-in reflection panel.

– Features a wireless trigger sensor for slave flash usage.

– Adds a charging socket for external power pack.

– PC synchronous port:simple for you to use the PC synchronous line.

– Automatic temperature detection

– Rotation angle:Vertical: -7 to 90 degrees;Horizontal:0 to 270 degrees

– 2.4 GHz Wireless Flash Trigger with Remote Shutter Function

-It provides the convenience of a wireless camera shutter release, ideal for photographing wildlife, and also for macro and close-up photos.

– 3-in-1 wireless remote control for camera, speedlite and studio flash.

– 16 Channels Selectable

– Sync speed up to 1/250s

– Transmitter power:2 x AAA battery.

– Receiver power:2 x AAA battery

– Cable-M + Cable- B Connecting Cords for Remote Control

– Camera connecting cords for remote controls with 2.5mm socket.

– Cable-M Plugs:2.5mm phone jack (3-pole),camera specific plug

– Cable- B Plugs:2.5mm phone jack,10 Pin Plug

– Flash Diffuser

– Quantity:4

– Soft Flash Diffuser:spreads and softens the light emitted from your flash unit,bouncing off ceilings and walls, instead of coming from a single concentrated light source.

– Hard Flash Diffuser:Reduces and softens harsh shadows behind subject and eliminates red eye effect which makes the light looks more balanced and natural.

– Lens Cap Holder

– Quantity:2

– Small button sticks to the front of your lens cap;fits snuggly around the
circumference of your lens.

Product Features

  • Powerful Flash with High Guide No. 58 (m) / 190ft(at 105mm focal length,ISO 100 in meters/feet). Lens Coverage 14mm – 180mm.
  • 2.4GHz Wireless Flash trigger with 3-in-1 Functions: will trigger off-camera flash units, studio lights and cameras from up to 100meters / 328 feet away
  • Charging socket for external power pack: adds a charging socket for external power pack. PC synchronous port: simple for you to use the PC synchronous line.
  • Kit includes:2 Neewer Pro I-TTL Auto-Focus Flashes + 2.4GHz 3-in-1 wireless remote control for camera, speedlite and studio flash (1 Transmitter, 2 Receivers) + 2 Cables(M-Cord +B-Cord Cables)for Remote Control + 2 Hard Flash Dfiffusers + 2 Soft Flash Diffusers + 2 Lens Cap Holders
  • Backed with Neewer 1-Year 100% Satisfaction Guarantee.

Comments

J. Chambers says:

Compares favorably to the Nikon SB-800 Speedlight For the past ten years, I’ve used a Nikon SB-800 Speedlight with several Nikon DSLRs. It’s a great flash, the best I’ve ever used, and it still works perfectly after many thousands of flash exposures. So the SB-800 is the flash that I’m comparing the Neewer VK750II to. I was skeptical that the VK750II could measure up to the SB-800, especially for the price (a new SB-800 is about $500), but I was amazed that it comes fairly close, at least for the functions that most…

Jay Mittener says:

Smart money buy! There is a bit of a revolution happening in off-brand speedlites and strobe photography. Up until a few years ago, you just went out and bought whatever Canon or Nikon were offering, knowing that it would be a good product, yet hoping there was enough money in your bank account to buy it! This all started to change when a Chinese company called Yongnuo started churning out solidly built speedlites at a fraction of the cost. All of a sudden, you didn’t need to spend $300-$500 for a solid…

Landon says:

Nice flash but horrible manual I got this flash not too long ago and I have to say that I’m pleasantly surprised at how good it is. The construction of the flash feels top notch and certainly doesn’t look like it’s $70. I’ve never had much experience with the $300 flashes mainly because I can’t justify spending that much money at the moment, but pretty much everything about this flash is superb. The LCD screen is very informative, it syncs with your camera so that it knows aperture, zoom and ISO settings, and it provides…

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