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Nissin Air10s Wireless TTL Commander for Sony Cameras

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Nissin Air10s Wireless TTL Commander for Sony Cameras
Key Features
  • Nissin Air 2.4 GHz Radio TTL System
  • Compatible with Sony ADI / P-TTL
  • Wireless TTL with NAS Flashes & Receiver
  • 328' Range; 8 Channels & 8 Groups
Embrace full control over the Nissin Air System with this Air10s Wireless TTL Commander . Able to work with Sony cameras with ADI / P-TTL support, this 2.4 GHz radio commander unit provides full wireless control and TTL communications with NAS-compatible flashes and receiver. It can also operate at distances of up to 328' over one of eight channels and with control over up to eight groups. A unique capability of this model is crossover TTL support, allowing users of Sony cameras to work wirelessly, including TTL, with Nissin Air System flashes originally designed for other brands.
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Nissin Air 10S Overview

Embrace full control over the Nissin Air System with this Air10s Wireless TTL Commander . Able to work with Sony cameras with ADI / P-TTL support, this 2.4 GHz radio commander unit provides full wireless control and TTL communications with NAS-compatible flashes and receiver. It can also operate at distances of up to 328' over one of eight channels and with control over up to eight groups. A unique capability of this model is crossover TTL support, allowing users of Sony cameras to work wirelessly, including TTL, with Nissin Air System flashes originally designed for other brands.

An advantage of this Commander is remote control over your flashes settings, including manual power output from 1/1 to 1/256, manual zoom from 24-200mm, and TTL exposure compensation. All of these settings can be seen and set via a color LCD panel. An AF assist beam is available for compatible cameras to help shooters work in low-light conditions. Also, it features a variety of sync settings, including high-speed and 1st curtain sync. And, a microSD card slot can be used for firmware updates. This model is equipped with Sony's Multi Interface Shoe and is not directly compatible with older cameras that use the Sony/Minolta Auto-lock Accessory Shoe.

Nissin Air System uses a 2.4 GHz radio to transmit data up to 328' to compatible NAS flashes and receivers.
Manual controls for adjusting power from 1/1 to 1/256 and zoom from 24-200mm.
TTL flash exposure compensation can be set from ±2 EV in 1/3 EV steps.
TTL Memory Function memories exposure from TTL mode and retains this data when switched to manual mode.
Open Mode allows multiple Air10s Commanders to pair with the same group of strobes.
Crossover support allows for wireless TTL communication between a commander and strobes even if the flashes are designed for different camera systems.
Continuous shooting speed of up to 10 fps.
Control over flash's modeling light function.
Remote shutter release socket.
microSD card slot for future firmware updates.
UPC: 855747005494

Nissin Air 10S Specs

Wireless
Channels8
Groups8
Wireless Range328' / 100 m
Radio Frequency2.4 GHz
General
Control ModesADI, Manual, P-TTL, TTL
EV Range±2 (1/3 Increments)
Flash Interval10 Flashes per Sec
Power Settings1/1 to 1/256
Mounting
Bottom MountHot Foot
Electrical
Battery Type2 x AAA
Physical
DimensionsTransmitter: 2.6 x 2.4 x 2.4" / 65 x 60 x 60 mm
Weight2.5 oz / 70.9 g
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.45 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)3.9 x 3.8 x 2.9"

Nissin Air 10S Reviews

Very pleased

By Channel70
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2021-10-09

Used with A1. Nice build and great, easy to read, display. Useless instructions come with the unit, but Nissin's video is on the money.

Much better than AIR 1

By Sergio
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2021-01-12

I used AIR 1 with 2 heads i60 lads + 1 head DI700. It never worked flowlelsly. Now the AIR10s works stable. Im glad I changed the remote. Spend the extra $ and get this one, forget about the AIR1.

Nissin Air10s TTL Commander

By Stanley
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2020-07-01

I originally purchased this Air 10s commander to use with my Nikon flashes and the Nissin Air R Receivers for Nikon and this was a failure. With my newly purchased Nissin I60a, however, this commander was easy to set up and to use. I love the command speed dial set up. Exposure compensation is fast and intuitive. The trickiest part is to pair the commander with the flash. The instructions are in brief set up instructions. This commander is very intuitive and doesn't need and extensive owner's manual, unlike the Nikon speedlights.

A solid choice

By Andrew
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2019-11-06

I know.... the manual is a little clunky and hard to follow. paired with an MG10 of the 60 and this kit simply doesn't fail. with a decent amount of event work, I was contemplating shelling out a couple $k's for a Pro... system, but the results of this kit have not given me any incentive to change out from Nissin. 2 MGs and a 60 powered by their external battery, and I feel equipped. I've tried other systems, but this one is really seamless. I've got nothing but positive feedback. the commander is very simple to control any one paired device.

Excellent

By Joseph
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2021-09-30

The Air 10s is more user friendly than the Air 1, and has a longer range. The firmware is also user upgradeable unlike previous Nissin wireless commanders. I would recommend it for anyone looking for a reliable wireless commander for Nissin flash units.

Wireless the way to go.

By Norman M
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2021-07-24

I only used it once at anniversary party. It is better than using hot shoe flashes. It creates diversity for moving the flash in different places for certain lighting situations.

Missing Air 10s

By Michael
Rated 4 out of 5
Date: 2021-07-07

Purchased to work with Nikon Z7 ii and works just fine.

Good Product

By Morry
Rated 4 out of 5
Date: 2021-04-21

Worked fine with the Nissin i160 Flash with Fuji. Used with single flash and not an array.

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It appears Nissin is designing flashes strictly compliant to SONY standard. Does it mean this commander will be able to handle SONY flashes in TTL, HSS as well? Or it will be simply manual (at least without the need of an Air receiver)?
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The Nissin Air10s Wireless TTL Commander for Sony Cameras is specifically designed for use with Nissin flashes with the letter A in their name, such as the Nissin Di700A Flash for Sony Cameras with Multi Interface Shoe, B&H # NIND700AS, and the Nissin i60A Flash for Sony Cameras, B&H # NIND60AS. If you wish to use your original Sony flashes with the Nissin system for off-camera wireless usage, you would need to purchase the Nissin Air R Receiver for Sony Flashes with Multi Interface Shoe, B&H # NINDARSNY, to connect to the bottom of the off-camera Sony flash. Sony's built-in wireless radio system on their newer flashes is proprietary and not compatible with Nissin's radio system, but the above receiver will allow you to use the Nissin Air10s with your Sony flashes.
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Does it work with Nissin i40?
Asked by: Harry
The Nissin Air10s Wireless TTL Commander for Sony Cameras is not directly compatible for use with the Nissin i40 Compact Flash for Sony Cameras with Multi Interface Shoe. It is only designed for use with Nissin flashes that have the Nissin 2.4 GHz radio receiver built inside the flash, which are the flashes that end with the letter A indicating they are a part of Nissin's Air system (such as the Nissin Di700A and Nissin i60A flashes) or the Nissin Air R receiver. If you need to use the Nissin Air10s Wireless TTL Commander for Sony Cameras with your Nissin i40 Compact Flash for Sony Cameras with Multi Interface Shoe, you would have to purchase the Nissin Air R Receiver for Sony Flashes with Multi Interface Shoe, B&H # NINDARSNY, to connect to the bottom of the i40 flash. This would add the 2.4GHz radio to your flash for use with the Wireless TTL Commander.
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Does this support rear sync HSS through the air r receivers on sony flashes?
Asked by: Guy L.
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Date published: 2018-08-27

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Does it work with HVL-F45RM flash?
Asked by: Jinbo F.
Unfortunately, the Air10S Commander cannot work with the HVL-F45RM. A more suitable commander is the Sony FA-WRC1M Wireless Radio Commander B&H # SOFAWRC1M.
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Date published: 2018-08-27

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will it be absolutely compatible with nissin i40, TTL HSS?
Asked by: Sergio
Unfortunately, Nissin does not produce an Air R Receiver for the i40 with the Micro 4/3 interface at this time. That being said, this transmitter cannot trigger the flash wirelessly in TTL or HSS.
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Nissin Air 10s wireless TTL Commander will be available in versions for different camera bodies: I own Nikon (D810) & Fuji (X-H1, X-Pro2) cameras will I need 2 camera-specific Nissin Air 10s Controllers?
Asked by: Fredrick
In order to have the proper TTL communication between the flash and the camera, you would need the Air 10S Commander specific to the camera you are using.
Answered by: Kirk R.
Date published: 2018-08-27

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I have been using the Air1 for a few years. Totally let down by an inadequate display that completely disappears in daylight. Is the Air 10 any better? Anyone used it outdoors?
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Thanks. I'd really appreciate some feedback from anyone who has used the unit in the field; outdoors in daylight.
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Date published: 2020-09-17
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