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i60A

A palm size high power flash i60A
perfectly balance with your camera

Powerful Compact - 60GN

Although the i60A is very compact in size (300g *1), it can still deliver a high power output of 60GN (at ISO 100, 200mm zoom head position). Also, you can connect your i60A to an external power source to reduce the flash recycle time during constant high power output.

External power pack connectivity

i60A for Fujifilm and Four Thirds / Micro Four Thirds versions use a Sony power pack adaptor. User may purchase our Nissin PS8 for Sony.

 

Nomenclature

Specifications

Notice: Design and specification are subject to change without prior notice.

(* 1):The weight calculation is not included Battery and soft box
(* 2):The maximum synchronization speed depends upon the camera model
(* 3):Only applicable to wireless Slave mode. Compatibility based on the system of original factory camera and flash model.
(* 4):SD - Slave Digital (synchronizes to the pre-flash system. The master flash is to be set at TTL (E-TTL for Canon, i-TTL for Nikon and ADI/P-TTL for Sony) mode.
SF - Slave Film. synchronizes to the traditional single flash system. The master flash is to be set on manual mode. Studio lighting system synchronizes to this mode. This mode is also available for open flash, and for a standard flash in the market.
(* 5):The i60A can wirelessly control by Nissin Commander Air 1
(* 6):High speed sync. function available in compatible cameras only, please refer to the compatibility chart

 

i60A Firmware update

How to check Firmware version of i60A:

  1. Turn off the flash.

  2. Turn the flash on while pressing Pilot button to check the current firmware version.

  3. Release the Power button, firmware version page will disappear and returns to the front operation page.

The firmware update is not required if the version is the latest.

The latest firmware version

9-7 for Canon (updated December, 2018)

9-7 for Nikon (updated February, 2019)

9-8 for Sony (updated May, 2018)

9-6 for Fujifilm (updated August, 2018)

9-5 for Four Thirds (updated September, 2018)

Update History

Firmware update

Please contact our official distributors for firmware update service.