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Nissin Di700A Flash for Micro Four Thirds Cameras

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Nissin Di700A Flash for Micro Four Thirds Cameras
Key Features
  • Nissin Air 2.4 GHz Radio TTL System
  • Compatible with Micro Four Thirds TTL
  • Guide Number: 177' at ISO 100 and 200mm
  • Zoom Range: 24-200mm (16mm with Panel)
Free yourself from cables and optical alignment with the built-in Nissin Air System of the Nissin Di700A Flash, which provides reliable 2.4 GHz TTL triggering from up to 98' away. This system works with Micro Four Thirds cameras that feature TTL metering and offers wireless slave capabilities for off-camera flash use when using the optional Air 1 Commander. The Di700A is also a very capable flash with a guide number of 177' at ISO 100 and 200mm as well as a zoom range of 24-200mm, which can be controlled manually through the Commander. A built-in wide-angle panel is available for coverage of lenses down to 16mm on full frame.
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Nissin Di700A Overview

Free yourself from cables and optical alignment with the built-in Nissin Air System of the Nissin Di700A Flash, which provides reliable 2.4 GHz TTL triggering from up to 98' away. This system works with Micro Four Thirds cameras that feature TTL metering and offers wireless slave capabilities for off-camera flash use when using the optional Air 1 Commander. The Di700A is also a very capable flash with a guide number of 177' at ISO 100 and 200mm as well as a zoom range of 24-200mm, which can be controlled manually through the Commander. A built-in wide-angle panel is available for coverage of lenses down to 16mm on full frame.

Bounce flash capabilities come in the form of tilting from -7 to 90° and rotating left & right 180° for a full 360° of coverage. Specific to this model is a color LED control panel that allows users to quickly and easy see and adjust settings. Also, it has support for high-speed, 1st & 2nd curtain sync modes and has a recycle time of 0.1 to 4 seconds. Additionally, it runs on 4 AA batteries and uses the BM-02 quick loading battery magazine.

Built-in pull out fill reflector panel
Optical slave settings for instant sync or skip pre-flash for triggering without radio
3.5mm and PC sync terminals
Socket for external power pack
AF assist light with range of 2.3-19.7'
Wireless mode features 8 channels and 3 groups
Battery life of about 200-1500 flashes
Color temperature of 5600K
UPC: 855747005401

Nissin Di700A Specs

Flash Head
Guide Number177.17' / 54 m at ISO 100 (200 mm Position)
CoverageFull-Frame
24 to 200 mm
16 mm (with Wide-Angle Adapter)
Bounce Head-7 to +90°
Swivel Head360°
Flash Duration1/800 to 1/30000 Second
Recycle TimeApprox. 0.1 to 4 Seconds
Secondary IlluminationNone
Exposure Control
Exposure ControlFour Thirds TTL, Manual
Flash ModesHi-Speed Sync, Second-Curtain Sync
Power Range1/1 to 1/128
Flash Compensation-2 to +2 EV (1/2 EV Steps)
Wireless
Wireless OperationRadio (TTL/Manual)
Up to 98.43' / 30 m
Optical Pulse (TTL/Manual)
Unspecified Range
Wireless Channels8
Wireless Groups3
Remote Timing ModesInstant Sync
Skip Preflash
Power
Internal Power4 x AA
External Power Pack CompatibleYes
General
MountShoe
Off-Camera Terminal3.5 mm, PC
Dimensions (W x H x D)5.5 x 3 x 4.5" / 140 x 75 x 115 mm
Weight13.4 oz / 380 g (without Batteries)
Packaging Info
Package Weight1.31 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)10.5 x 3.8 x 3.3"
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Answered by: Yos O.
Date published: 2018-08-26

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Will the flash itself rigger another Di700A ? Asking because the trigger doesn't seem to have a passthrough on the top. So, sometimes would like just the trigger, and other times would want a flash on camera but also trigger others. Thx!
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Is this compatible with the A200? If not, which adapter would I need?
Asked by: Anonymous
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Answered by: Ted S.
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high speed sync?
Asked by: David
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Answered by: Kevin B.
Date published: 2018-08-26

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Have all the flashes in stock been updated to enable HSS for Fujifilm cameras?
Asked by: Luca E.
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Will the Di700A do TTL with the flash head tilted up or rotated?
Asked by: mike
On camera: It CAN NOT do ATG ADI TTL HSSOff camera with transmitter on camera: ATG ADI in 1st, 2nd and ADI HSS
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Answered by: Nissin Flashes USA Team
Date published: 2019-02-18
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