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Di866 Mark II Professional

Nissin group is pleased to announce Nissin Di866 Mark II PROFESSIONAL for Canon / Nikon / Sony. This is the flagship model features the outstanding functions and professional performance. It provides an extraordinary powerful guide number of 60 and sub flash of 12 (ISO100, 105mm), exclusively and user friendly design of color display with rotation sensor. In addition, the external service port is including the USB port for the latest firmware update; Synchronization contact and Power Pack port extend the usability of connection to different lighting and power systems. Nissin Di866 Mark II gives the ultimate joyful of professional photography.

Key Features:

Color and Auto Rotating Display

The color display will automatically rotate from horizontal to vertical as the flash is rotated and the user friendly six icon interface represents each of the operation mode– Auto, TTL, Manual/Av, Multi, Wireless TTL (Master/Remote) and Custom Setting.

Digital TTL

TTL: Supporting Canon ETTL / ETTL II, Nikon iTTL and Sony ADI / P-TTL. Flash light is automatically controlled by the camera but the flash exposure value can be compensated.

Manual: Flash power can be adjusted manually at 22 levels, from full power to 1/128 power at every 1/3 stops. The appropriate distance to the subject is shown in the display in accordance with the aperture value set on the camera.

Av priority: The flash light can be automatically controlled by the photo sensor built-in the flash unit instead of TTL metering. The F. Stop can be set from F1.4~F16. The distance at the F-stop set on the flash and camera is shown in the display.

Multi Flash: Repeating flash for multi-exposure image in one frame. The power ratio can be set from 1/8 to 1/128.

Wireless TTL

The Di866 Mark II Wireless TTL system supports Canon ETTL / ETTL II, Nikon iTTL and Sony ADI/P-TTL. Di866 Mark II can be used in combination with Sony original flash units as either Master or Remote (Slave). The Di866 Mark II also supports digital (pre-flash system) and analogue (film type camera’s flash and/or studio flash under both of Manual and Av. priority mode.



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