With full support for Nikon i-TTL, including high-speed sync, and a built-in 2.4 GHz radio system, the MG80 Pro Flash from Nissin is a powerful and professional quality flash designed for high volume wedding and event photographers. It features robust heat resistance, flexible battery options, and an advanced wireless control system, and its impressive guide number of 196' at ISO 100 and 200mm, makes the MG80 useful for both on- and off-camera operation.
The unit's interface makes it easy to control your flash without having to navigate obscure flash menus, and the most commonly used functions are easily accessible including TTL flash compensation, manual power, flash zoom, and the 8-watt modeling light. Additionally, the MG80 functions as a transceiver, and with Nissin's built-in Air System, you can wirelessly control up to 8 groups at distances up to 300'. This means you can use the flash as an on-camera commander for your off-camera flashes, or you can take it off-camera and use it as a remote flash by attaching another MG80 or Nissin Air10s Commander to your camera's hot shoe.
- Nissin 2.4 GHz wireless TTL radio system features a range of 328', includes the ability to choose between 8 channels and set up to 8 groups
- Powerful guide number of 197' at ISO 100 and 200mm ensures subjects are properly illuminated
- Flash supports various functions, including high-speed sync, 1st and 2nd curtain sync, slow shutter sync, red-eye reduction, flash exposure compensation, and more
- Manual power control from 1/1 to 1/256 in 1/3 EV steps
- Exposure compensation from -2 to +2 EV in 1/3 EV step increments
- HSS up to 1/8000 second
- Flash head tilts from 0 to 90° and rotates 180° both left and right for full bounce capabilities
- Heat-resistant design and materials, including a quartz flash tube
- Flexible battery options enable the use of 14500 lithium-ion, NiMH rechargeable, or alkaline batteries.
- 250 to 999+ flashes on a single set of fully-charged batteries
- Metal hot shoe for durability
- LCD color display with 8W modeling light