Greatly expand your lighting capabilities while maintaining a lightweight bag with this Nissin i40 Compact Two Flash Kit from B&H. It features two i40 flashes that feature a guide number of 131' at ISO 100 and 105mm and they can operate as a wireless slave for off-camera use. Additionally, these models support Micro Four Thirds TTL for automatic exposure and metering.
- Compatible with Micro Four Thirds TTL
- Guide Number: 131' at ISO 100 and 105mm
- Zoom Range: 24-105mm (16mm with Panel)
- LED Video Light with 9 Output Levels
Nissin i40 Overview
Nissin i40 Specs
|Guide Number||131.23' / 40 m at ISO 100 (105 mm Position)|
24 to 105 mm
16 mm (with Wide-Angle Adapter)
|Auto Zoom Head||Yes|
|Bounce Head||0 to +90°|
|Flash Duration||1/800 to 1/20000 Second|
|Recycle Time||Approx. 0.1 to 4 Seconds|
|Secondary Illumination||Video Light|
|Exposure Control||Four Thirds TTL, Manual|
|Flash Modes||Hi-Speed Sync, Second-Curtain Sync, Slow Sync|
|Power Range||1/1 to 1/256|
|Flash Compensation||-2 to +2 EV (1/2 EV Steps)|
|Wireless Operation||Optical Pulse (TTL/Manual)|
Unspecified Range (Optical Slave)
|Remote Timing Modes||None|
|Internal Power||4 x AA|
|External Power Pack Compatible||No|
|Dimensions (W x H x D)||3.3 x 2.4 x 3.3" / 83.82 x 60.96 x 83.82 mm|
|Weight||7.16 oz / 203 g|
|Package Weight||0.77 lb|
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)||4.5 x 4.25 x 3.8"|
Nissin i40 Reviews
Great powerful compact flash.
Perfect for my Panasonic G9 and GX7. My OLY M43 flash was ok but broke 2 twice. This flash is almost as powerful and I like the simple quick dials.
Good thing in a small package
It just works! Small, surprisingly heavy, and feature packed. The only downside is the need for four (4) AA batteries.
NIssin i40 on a Fuji X100F
I specifically purchased this flash for the small body on the Fuji X100F and think the size is a good match. TTL & Auto Modes: Both modes initiate TTL exposure when the flash is hot shoe mounted, or off camera with a TTL cord (Use Canon pinout cords for Fuji bodies). The mode difference being that in the Auto mode, TTL power compensation (FEC) must be done from the camera's TTL menu (+- 5 stops in 1/3 stop increments in the X100F) The TTL FEC dial does not change power in the Auto mode. In the TTL mode, you can make TTL FEC changes using the dial on the flash head (+- 2 stops in 1/2 stop increments). This is a really nice feature, in that you can adjust the FEC without looking, using the audible clicks on the flash dial for feedback, rather than looking at the dial on the flash head or looking at the cameras TTL menu. In Manual mode, you change flash power on the flash head, from full power to 1/256th power. The camera menu Manual power setting will follow. If you try to adjust the flash power in manual from the camera menu, the power setting will return to whatever the manual setting on the flash head is. Zooming: The flash head zooms from 24 mm to 105mm, plus has an Auto Zoom mode. This is changed by holding down the power button for three seconds while in the Manual mode. It does not appear that you can zoom the head in TTL or Auto exposure modes. Verified that with version 18-9 firmware that HSS is active. Shot fine with the Fuji at 1/4000th How to check Firmware version of i40: Turn on the flash, pressing Pilot button and Power button at same time for a second. The indicator lamp A and C will pulse until you take out batteries, the pulse count identifies the firmware version. For example: Indicator lamp A twinkling 18 times, Indicator lamp C twinkling 9 times, i40 version is 18-9, which is the latest version for Fuji. I also use the Demb Flip-It with Diffuser and find the Photojournalist model is a good fit.
Only used it several times a year,maybe 2 dozen occasions, now its broke.
After much research I bought the two unit i40 kit. Works great with my Olympus Pen-F. The i40 is compact but packs a powerful punch. They are well-built and should take the normal jostling around your camera bag--emerging unscathed and ready to go to work. It did take some time fiddling with the i40 and Pen-F settings to get things coordinated. The i40s included directions and the downloaded version left a lot to be desired. Still Ill give the i40 five stars.
After 2 years of owning this flash I can say it has been an excellent investment. Its extremely well built, compact, and thoughtfully put together. I should mention that near the 2 years mark of ownership it did develop a slight issue where it would not fire when aimed straight up. But Nissin, in a no-nonsense, no-question-asked manner (and with the help of B&Hs excellent invoice history) replaced it. Truly remarkable service.
Very good and fit my camera.
I would do business again.
Just what I wanted!
I really like this smallish but effective flash. It's the right size for my Sony a6400. I also like that it is simple and straight to use. My other flashes have many more disks and lights to deal with. This flash does the job, is easy to use, small and light to carry or pack. Glad I have it; I can see myself using this flash whereas the others stay in the drawer!
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