Many people are afraid of flashes, and rightly so. Because a significant number of them comes with an armada of buttons and dials and lights that scare off beginners. Well, at least one company seems to have realized that it’s about time to make speedlight operation easier and more fun. And so Nissin’s new Di700 flash sports what they’re saying is one of the most simplistic and straightforward user interfaces ever found on a speedlight: a large color LCD screen accompanied by a control dial and an On/Off button. What less could you ask for?
Nissin Di700 Specs
- Focal length range 24-200mm
- Guide Number 50 at 200mm
- 180° horizontal rotation, right and left
- Tilts up to 90° and -7° downward
- Equipped with external power sockets
- High Speed Sync up to 1/8000 second
- Supports Canon E-TTL/ ETTL II and Nikon i-TTL
The Nissin Di700 speedlight will be available in July for an MSRP of US-$ 299. In the meantime, Nissin products are available at B&H Photo.
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