Nissin Speedlite Di 466 FT-W White Four Thirds Digital Flash

Nissin Speedlite Di 466 FT-W White Four Thirds Digital Flash – Product Description:

Nissin Speedlite Di 466 FT-W White Four Thirds Digital Flash This small flash has big features. The Di 466FT is dedicated to the 4/3 and micro 4/3 systems from Olympus and Panasonic. It is available in classic black or in a new white version to match the Olympus White Pen Camera. The Di466FT provides complete Flash TTL compatibilty with the 4/3 system, but it does much more. With a guide number of 109 this small flash has the power that you will need. The power zoom head tilts up to 90 degrees and also has a wide angle diffuser and bounce card built in. Not only can this flash be used in TTL, it also has a manual mode with 6 power settings and two slave mode functions. Flash exposure comensation can be set directly on the flash up to +/- 1.5 EV in 1/2 EV increments. Other features include auto focus assist beam when photographing in low light, an auto shut off energy saving system and a quick change battery system.

Product Features :

  • 4/3 System Compatible
  • TTL Flash Exposure Compensation
  • Dual Program Slave Mode
  • Quick Loading Magazine
  • Zoom head with built in wide angle diffuser and boounce card

Nissin Speedlite Di 466 FT-W White Four Thirds Digital Flash – Review:

GREAT UPGRADE FOR PANASONIC DMC-G10!

Picked this up at a local camera store as I was headed to an indoor event and wanted/needed a better flash than the pop-up unit on the camera.

The unit syncs its internal zoom level to the camera’s zoom level automatically and very quietly, so if you’re taking a wider-angle shot the flash will adjust to wide-angle coverage. The zoom will ‘max out’ at 70mm equivalent (35mm on the m4/3 system lens), but I haven’t tested the effect of taking a longer zoom shot with this flash yet.

The battery cartridge system is very easy to use; if you expect to be taking a lot of flash shots, you can buy additional cartridges and preload them for fairly quick changes. Also nice is the way that all the batteries go in the same direction, no worrying about did I put the + side down on the wrong battery (well, unless you do it wrong for all four…)

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