Nissin Di866 Mark II For Sony Reviews

Nissin Di866 Mark II For Sony
$396.45 from Expert Infotech
   8 reviews
Expert Reviews: 
 0.0
User Reviews: 
 4.1
Features
Usability
 4.4
Sound
 4.6
 
 

Nissin Di866 Mark II: A Versatile Shoe-Mount Flash

Verdict: The Nissin Di622 Mark II offered some notable improvements over the original Di622, but that flash didn't offer the firepower of the Nissin flagship Di866 Professional. So I was curious and eager to see what the new Di866 Mark II Professional had in store.
5 years ago
Shutterbug
 

Five Stars

 
5.0
Verdict: all perfect

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4 years ago
Amazon
 

OK product, but no CANON replacement

 
5.0
Pros: Easy To Use, Fast Recycling, Lightweight
Verdict: If you can afford it buy a Canon. This was an OK flash for a casual shooter, but I didn't like it as a wedding reception flash.

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5 years ago
cameta.com
 

Fantastic flash - Great Value

 
1.0
Pros: Easy To Pack, Easy to Use, Lightweight, Reliable, Strong Construction
Verdict: Easy to use menu system
Fantastic power
Great / solid construction
Have been using this flash on weddings - great results
5 years ago
wexphotographic.com
 

Packed with all the features you'll need for half the price of the 580EXII!

 
5.0
Verdict: I've found the flash to be of excellent build quality - probably a little shy of the 580EXII, but it's about 95% there for half the price. Even though some reviewers say the recycle time is slower than the Canon, I can't say I've had to wait at all in my testing so far.
6 years ago
ebay.com.au
 

Flash as a light source

 
4.0
Verdict: External Flash is a must buy for every DSLR user. Better to invest in an entry level DSLR and splurge on telephoto, prime lenses, flash, a good quality tripod few filters. They will make a much much greater difference in ur photo than an expensive camera ever could.
6 years ago
flipkart.com
 

Excellent....comparable to Canon

 
4.0
Verdict: I use this flash for wireless multi-flash setups, in conjunction with a Canon 580-II, usually on a Canon 5D-MkII. I am very pleased with both, although they differ slightly in their strongest points. (I strongly prefer either of them over the pair of Sigma flashes that I used previously.

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6 years ago
B&H Photo
 
 
5.0
Verdict: I just purchased my 2nd Di-866 flash 3 weeks ago and as I said back in 06/2010, you can't beat this speedlite. I took it to compare against Canon's580exII & the Di-866 is a millimeter or 2 bigger all the way around. Shooting continuously at full power the flash will fire every 2 to 3fps !

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7 years ago
Adorama
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