Why NAS

NAS stand for Nissin Air Systems which is a flexible combination to control various version Nissin flashes. With this system, all available camera brands can be joint together and control by a same commander. 2.4GHz wireless provides wider coverage (Max. 100M) more than optical wireless during photo shooting.

2.4Ghz wireless

100m wireless

Less limitation

Cross-System platforms

 
 

Cross-System

Nissin Commander can be mixed to control all NAS built-in flashes in TTL, manual and HSS wirelessly.

*(Air R is not support cross-system control)

Easy pairing

TTL EV compensation / Manual output / Manual zoom can be control via Commander and settings can also be displayed on slave flash at the same time. Nissin Commanders support AF assist light* in the dark environments.

* (AF assist light is not available on mirrorless cameras.)

 

Independent Identity (ID)

NAS owns an independent identity (ID) functions. NAS flash will not be affected by other commanders when the same channel in use at same location. A Nissin slave flash or Nissin receiver can only be controlled by specific commander with pairing in default setting.

 
 
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Make use of the exiting

Nissin Air System takes care the needs of the existing even if there are original brand flashes or obsoleted Nissin flashes. With Air R (Receiver), those flashes can be well used to compatible with NAS.

*(Air R only available on Canon, Nikon, Sony)

Open Mode

“Open Mode”, a new function offers in the MG series. It allows two or above cameras to control a specific set of MG flash(es) at same place. By simply pressing “OPEN” button or holding "M/TTL" button to turn it on. No more pairing involved everytime to fastern the operating progress.

 

NAS Flash

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MG80 Pro

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Air 10s

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Air 1

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MG10

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i60A

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Air R

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MG8

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Di700A