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  • Nissin Di622 Mark 2 Revealed!!

    Nissin di622 mark 2

    It's only a matter of time before a successor to the Nissin Di622, an immensely popular budget flash, is born.

    The Mark 2 version has on-board flash exposure compensation, two optical slave modes, PC sync connections and a wireless trigger mode compatible with either Canon or Nikon wireless flash system.

    Look and controls
    Nissin di622 mark 2
    Cosmetically different from the mark 1 from different angles, the Nissin Di622 Mark 2 has a similar shape, size and weight as its predecessor.

    Nissin di622 mark 2
    The back panel has taken a very similar look to the Nissin Di466 with easy mode buttons to get the required setting quickly.

    PC Sync and wireless controls
    Nissin di622 mark 2
    The Mark 2 also heralds the introduction of wireless triggering with TTL capabilities, the first in a budget flash (~SGD $250) by Nissin.

    Nissin di622 mark 2 pc sync
    The Nissin Di622 mark 2 also comes with a PC-sync as well as a 3.5mm jack which you can connect directly to a radio flash trigger or camera body.

    Key features:
    • Guide no. of 44 (105mm, ISO 100)
    • Swivel up and down, left 90 degrees and right 180 degrees
    • Takes 4 AA Alkaline or rechargeable Ni-MH batteries.
    • TTL mode (either ETTL/ETTL2 for canon or ITTL for Nikon)
    • Manual mode, 6 levels of power from 1:1 to 1:32 power
    • Digital slave mode: Optically triggered by TTL flash
    • Film slave mode: Optically triggered by normal flash
    • Wireless flash mode: Ch1 group A (either Canon or Nikon)
    Pros
    • Quick tweaks of flash exposure compensation with new onboard controls
    • PCSync ports will be useful for strobists
    • Wireless flash triggering with TTL functions is a key trend setter
    Cons
    • Power selection in manual/slave modes in full stops instead of say half or one-third stops
    • Recycling time is still slow at 4-5seconds after a full discharge
    • Lack of battery pack input
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    Conclusion
    The Nissin Di622 is intuitive and is fast to setup and use immediately. For a flash whose closest competitors are the Canon 430EX II and Nikon SB 600, the Di622 performs extremely well in terms of price and features. The Di622 Mark II will be highly suitable for amateur and novice photographers looking for a first flash or a slave flash in strobist setup.

    Specifications
    Canon EOS
    DSLRs
    Nikon
    DSLRs
    Guide No. 44/144 at 105mm focal length (ISO 100 m/ft) 44/144 at 105mm focal length (ISO 100 m/ft)
    Illumination Coverage 24-150mm (16mm with diffuser panel) (Automatically set a the lens focal length) 24-150mm (16mm with diffuser panel) (Automatically set a the lens focal length)
    Battery life 200-1500 flashes according to the mode (with alkaline batteries) 200-1500 flashes according to the mode (with alkaline batteries
    Energy Saving Standby in 2mins, power off in 30mins. Standby in 2mins, power off in 30mins.
    Recycle time ~5 seconds ~5 seconds
    Flash exposure ETTL/ETTL II iTTL
    Flash power lock FE Lock with [FEL] or [*] button on EOS cameras Fv lock with [AE-L] or [AF-L] button on the cameras
    AF Assist light Effective range of ~0.7 to 6m Effective range of ~0.7 to 6m
    Colour temperature 5600K 5600K
    Flash duration 1/800s (full power), 1/800 - 1/20,000 s (controlled flash) 1/800s (full power), 1/800 - 1/20,000 s (controlled flash)
    Wireless flash SD: Slave digital/ SF: Slave film
    Wireless: Wireless remote Channel 1 Group A (Controlled by master flash / camera)
    SD: Slave digital/ SF: Slave film
    Wireless: Wireless remote Channel 1 Group A (Controlled by master flash / camera)
    Dimensions 77 x 130 x 103 mm (3.0 x 51.2 x 40.5") 77 x 130 x 103 mm (3.0 x 51.2 x 40.5")
    Weight 315 g (wo batteries) 315 g (wo batteries)
    Estimated price (SGD) $250 $250




    Comments 1 Comment
    1. Rudy Fachrudin's Avatar
      how to deactivate the "three control flash before the picture taken" ( to remove red eye ). all i need is a single flash shoot

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