Category Archives: Nikon Flashes

New: FusionTLC Raven universal lighting and camera controller for Nikon cameras

FusionTLC announced a new universal lighting and camera controller for Nikon cameras called Raven. This new product is created by the founder of PocketWizard and is compatible with most Nikon cameras and lighting control compatible with Godox, Profoto, the Einstein from Paul Buff, and PocketWizard products with more brands being added soon. The price of the […]

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Yongnuo announced a new YN685 II N TTL Speedlite for Nikon

Yongnuo announced a new YN685 II N TTL Speedlite for Nikon (price: $130):

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Meike MK-420N flash for Nikon cameras review (price: $54)

Meike MK-420N flash for Nikon cameras review by Bill Hall (see previous guest posts): An external flash is a necessary tool for photographers when the light is low, even for cameras with a built-in flash. The built-in flashes are okay for emergency use, but the features of most external flashes far exceed the power and features […]

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Nikon dropped the “master” and “slave” flash terms 20 years ago

Nikon dropped the “master” and “slave” terms 20 years ago:

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New firmware updates for Nikon SB-5000 and Nikon WR-1 released

Nikon SB-5000 ($596.95) firmware version 14.004: Download link In support of the NIKKOR Z 58mm f/0.95 S Noct lens, the product can now display an aperture of f/0.95. Nikon WR-1 ($459) firmware version 1.03: Download link In support of the NIKKOR Z 58mm f/0.95 S Noct lens, the product can now be used to set […]

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Announced today: new Profoto A1X for Nikon

Today Profoto announced a new A1X flash for Nikon cameras (now in stock at Adorama and B&H). Differences between the new Profoto A1X and the A1 (the new model is $100 more expensive than the A1):

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New Profoto Connect wireless transmitter for Nikon announced

Today Profoto announced a new Connect wireless, button-free trigger/transmitter for Nikon cameras. The Profoto Connect is already in stock at Adorama and B&H Photo. Additional information: Frequency: 2.4 GHz Operating Range: 330-1000′ 8 Channels Settings: Auto, Manual & Off Slides into Nikon Hot Shoe Built-In, Rechargeable LiPo Battery Control Lights via Profoto App 30-Hour Battery […]

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Nikon radio flash tutorial

This Nikon radio flash tutorial is by Dustin Prickett (Sunglow Photography | Instagram | Twitter): How I use the Nikon Radio Flash System to quickly change lighting in fast moving situations: As an early adopter of the SB-5000 speedlights, I enjoyed a native radio flash system that minimized accessories.  Pared with WR-10 and the Nikon camera […]

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