Nisha Flash Slave Unit--Rotating

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Nisha Flash Slave Unit--Rotating
Key Features
  • Rotating Hot Shoe
  • Flash Slave Unit
  • 180° Coverage
  • Two PC Female Outlets
This Flash Slave Unit--Rotating from Nisha allows you to set up a portable flash that can be triggered by the light of your on-camera flash. This slave unit detects light in a 180° area and triggers a flash in its hot shoe. It has a shoe mount/tripod socket in the bottom and includes two PC female outlets. The slave unit is not affected by sunlight or incandescent light.
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Nisha FSU-R Overview

This Flash Slave Unit--Rotating from Nisha allows you to set up a portable flash that can be triggered by the light of your on-camera flash. This slave unit detects light in a 180° area and triggers a flash in its hot shoe. It has a shoe mount/tripod socket in the bottom and includes two PC female outlets. The slave unit is not affected by sunlight or incandescent light.

Rotating hot shoe
Flash slave unit
180° coverage
Two PC female outlets

Nisha FSU-R Specs

Weight1.0 oz (28.35 g)
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.08 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)2.3 x 1.9 x 1.8"
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If I connect this to a canon speedlite ...

If I connect this to a canon speedlite 430exiii-rt can I trigger it using any strobe?
Asked by: Brad
While you could use this slave with a 430EX III RT for optical triggering, it has not been tested. Your results may vary.
Answered by: Kirk
Date published: 2019-02-01

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Does this work with a battery?
Asked by: alejandra P.
This product pulls power from the flash that is attached to it, as it does not have a battery in it.
Answered by: Kirk R.
Date published: 2018-08-28

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what is the function of the two PC Female Outlets?
Asked by: Anonymous
The two extra pc sockets are for attaching additional flashes to be fired at the same time as the flash in the shoe or if you have a handle mount flash that has no shoe.
Answered by: Rob
Date published: 2020-08-16

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Nishia FSU-R : Is it working with infrared from very short distance about 1 meter ?
Asked by: Heinz B.
this is a old school slave to trigger off a main source. ir flashes are a whole different setup.
Answered by: Randy S.
Date published: 2018-08-28
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