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Nissin i40 Four Thirds Flashgun for Camera

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4/3rd Sensor Cameras
  • Professional Head Design - The flash head rotates 180 degrees horizontally to the right and left and tilts up 90 degrees for bounce flash applications, close up work etc.
  • LED Video Light - The Nissin i40 has a video light function with 9 steps of output adjustment.
  • Supports high speed synch. Supports up to 1/8000th second shutter speed. Supports Canon E-TTL/E-TTL 11, Nikon i-TTL and Sony AD1 /P-TTL. Various slave-settings offer flexible wireless flash combination.
  • The Nissin i40 has 2 selector dial controls. Function dial and power dial. The indicated lamp A/B/C will show the adjustment position.
  • The i40 operates from 4 AA batteries

Product details

Style Name: 4/3rd Sensor Cameras
  • Product Dimensions: 10 x 5 x 5 cm ; 204 g
  • Boxed-product Weight: 340 g
  • Batteries 4 AA batteries required.
  • Item model number: NFG013FT
  • ASIN: B00JUJNET6
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 24 April 2014
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (29 customer reviews)

Product Description

Style Name: 4/3rd Sensor Cameras

Product Description

Nissin have just announced a New Pocket size Flashgun. Weighing in at just 203g it is ideal for travelling and incorporates a host of features such as Wireless TTL, Video light and a rotating Head. Fittings will be available for Canon, Nikon, Sony and FT version. The Nissin i40 has a flash output of GN40 at 105mm. The zoom range auto adjusts from 24 -105mm. The flash comes equipped with a built in diffuser that gives coverage for a 16mm lens. A soft box is included for softening up the light output and reducing shadows.

Specification:
Guide No. (ISO 100 in Metres) : 40 at 105mm zoom position, 27 at 35mm position.
Focal length coverage: 24-105mm (16mm with built in wide angle panel)
Power Source: 4 AA Batteries
Battery Storage: directly into the Flash Head body
Re Cycling time: 0.1 - 4 sec
Number of flashes approx: 220-1700
LED Video lighting time: approx 3.5 hours on full power batteries
Flash duration: 1/800th - 1/20000th sec
Colour temperature: 5600K
Exposure control: ETTL11/E-TTL (Canon), iTTL (Nikon), PTTL (Sony), TTL (FT)
Wireless Mode: Wireless TTL slave, non-TTL slave (SD, SF mode)
EV compensation on flash: -2 - +2 in increments of 1/2 of EV Sub flash function: None
Bounce position: Up 0.90 deg, Down 0 deg, Left 180 deg, Right 180 deg
Flash exposure control: 1st and 2nd curtain synchronisation, High speed synchronisation, redeye reduction, slow synchronisation, FE/FV lock (set on camera)
AF assist beam effective range: 0.7 -5 Metres
Operation panel: 2 selector dials (Function dial and power dial)
Manual mode power ratio: 1/256 - 1/1
Video Light: Built in Video light with 9 steps of output level adjustment
Standard with 3.5mm PC synch terminal: None

Box Contains

Flashgun;External diffusor;soft case;flash stand (with screw)

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

4.6 out of 5 stars

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on 19 Aug. 2014
Style Name: 4/3rd Sensor Cameras
This is possibly the perfect flash for Micro Four Thirds System Cameras.

The main advantage of Micro Four Thirds is size, both of the camera bodies and lenses, but until now the flashes that have tilt-able and rotating heads have just been too large and unbalanced on these small cameras.

This Flash matches my GX7 beautifully size wise, plus its a joy to use with just two dials to control every thing.

Even the wireless control works perfectly, even allowing off camera high speed sync.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Miketoll on 9 July 2014
Style Name: 4/3rd Sensor Cameras Verified Purchase
Having an Olympus EM-1 I wanted a small versatile flashgun with a swivel and tilt head that was completely compatible with the camera. The full size guns, like Olympus's own, are bulky and make the camera feel unbalanced and unwieldy, not the case with the Nissin which feels just right.
I have only taken a few test shots so far but the light seems even and beautifully exposed. When used with the Olympus 60mm macro at 1/1 focussing distance the light from the gun still reaches the whole of the frame with no cut off even with the lens's hood on.
Control of the flashgun is via two dials on the back of the gun and very intuitive to use, my main criticism being that they are just a bit too easy to turn accidentally, just wish they were a bit stiffer.
Slight learning curve on the best way to close the battery door but that will no doubt soon be mastered. When the gun is first turned on there is an audible noise as the gun adjusts to the focal length of the lens you are using from the guns' resting position.
All in all a nicely made flashgun and just what I wanted.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Giuseppe on 26 April 2014
Style Name: Nikon Verified Purchase
I'm so happy of this purchase!! Amazon is great: I've received the flash 3 working days after order (in southern Italy!!). the flash is as smart as expected: it is small, light and very easy to use for making great photos and videos whit my Nikon d5300.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Mr. B. Larke on 7 Jan. 2015
Style Name: Nikon
I was told by several reviewers that this flash gun worked TTL with my Olympus OMD 10 camera.
Having now bought it I find it doesn't. Quite disappointed about that and rather a waste of money.

I get the impression from the manual that it is suitable for that make of camera but unless I am missing something here the only mode it will work is manual mode which rather defeats the object.

Olympus seem to make sure that only their equipment can be used with their cameras. Fine if you like their accessories and their rip off prices. They no longer make a ring flash for it and nobody else's ring flash is suitable I find. Lovely little camera though, takes a good picture. I used to be a big fan of Olympus but not so much now because any camera is only as good as the accessories available. I don't want a hulking big SLR thank you.
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My apologies to all, just discovered the flashgun does work TTL on my Olympus OMD 10 camera. My fault (nothing un-usual there) as I didn't fully understand how to set it up. I could knock off one star because it is not supplied with a really good printed manual (common thing these days). However there is a little instruction at the bottom of the single sheet quick manual which clearly states to hold the A button down for 3 seconds until the A light starts flashing. Once that is set it works ok. I missed that. I am surprised how powerful this gun is for it's size so all in all five stars
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By P on 8 Dec. 2014
Style Name: Sony Verified Purchase
It was a coin in the air decision between this and the Metz 44 AF1 (the Sony equivalent simply didn't have the features I wanted). Both are similarly specified and priced and I was leaning towards the Metz until I realised that the Nissin would fit in my existing case along with the camera, and the Metz would not. As it turned out, I'm very grateful that I ended up with the Nissin as the reduced size is a huge bonus, and everything else is great.
Pro's:
Great range, Even flash coverage, lots of bolt on bits that came included in the box, takes standard AA batteries, very intuitive to use both in auto and with manual settings. Manual controls are intuitive and non gimmicky & It's very light. Auto/TTl mode works as well as any TTL mode flash could be expected to.
Negatives: Hard to think of one- maybe it feels a bit flimsy just because it's so light, but this is a pro as well.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Callum Gibson on 24 Dec. 2014
Style Name: Nikon Verified Purchase
For a start, the price point for this is very good. A flash that supports up to 1/8000th second is spectacular (considering cameras don't usually sync that high), and at 1/1 full power, a good few flashes into the eyes and your blind for the day. It's also nice to have a video light, which occasionally I use as a torch since it too is very bright. The 'buffer' which the flash reserves for continious flashes could be better, but does fill very quickly. I've dropped it for 2 meters onto the floor of my house, did not break or even make a noise. It features manual power, along with Auto, slave modes and video. It also has a built-in reflector on the top and a light diffusing panel, along with a attachable softbox. If you're looking for your first flash to use on a DSLR (or mirrorless) go for this, and even if you're a pro that wants a secondary flash, this is very suitable.
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