Embrace beautifully even, omnidirectional lighting with the bare-bulb design of the BB-110N Bare-Bulb TTL Flash from Brilia. Available here with full compatibility with the Nikon i-TTL automatic exposure system, users will be able to get started quickly and easily while also having full access to manual power from 1/1 to 1/28 and flash exposure compensation settings for dialing in a more exact exposure setting for their particular needs. This shoe-mounted unit is rated with a guide number of 56' at ISO 100 and 28mm (80Ws), and it comes with a reflector that offers coverage for 28mm on full-frame cameras or 18mm on APS-C sensors.
For normal flash operation it has a locking tilt position from -7 to 90° and can rotate left and right 180° for full bounce capabilities. It has wireless optical slave functionality with support for groups and channels via the TTL system. Pure manual optical slave operation is available as well, for more basic remote triggering. An automatic power-saving function is packed into the flash to save battery when not in use.
Advanced capabilities of the BB-110N include a programmable stroboscopic mode for multiple flash during a single exposure and synchronization options. The highlight feature is high-speed sync for working with faster shutter speeds than previously possible plus both 1st and 2nd curtain sync. Along with this, the flash is equipped with an HV power port, a PC sync terminal, and runs on 4 AA batteries.