Neewer VK750 II i-TTL Speedlite Flash with LCD Display for Nikon Digital SLR Camera, Fits Nikon D7100 D7000 D5200 D5100 D5000 D3000 D3100 D300 D300S D700 D600 D90 D80 D70 D70S D60 D50

December 28, 2014 - Comment

Features: High GN: 58 Wireless trigger sensor Electrical socket outlet PC synchronous interface Recycle time 3 second (with 4 pcs AA alkaline cell) Support Multi-flash lighting Application (S1/S2 mode) Power saving mode Accurate brightness control LCD display Metal hot shoe Support front curtain synchronous Temperature detection Automatically (overheating protection) Memory function SUITABLE FOR NIKON D5000,

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(as of 04/19/2020 10:20 pm GMT-0500 - Details)

Features:

High GN: 58

Wireless trigger sensor

Electrical socket outlet

PC synchronous interface

Recycle time 3 second (with 4 pcs AA alkaline cell)

Support Multi-flash lighting Application (S1/S2 mode)

Power saving mode

Accurate brightness control

LCD display

Metal hot shoe

Support front curtain synchronous

Temperature detection Automatically (overheating protection)

Memory function

SUITABLE FOR NIKON D5000, D3000, D3100, D3200, P7100, D7000, D700, P7000 Series, D300, D200, D90, D600, D80, D70 Series, D60, D50, D41 Series etc.

Specifications:

Flash mode:TTL, M, MULTI

Wireless triggering distance:20–25m indoor, 10–15m outdoor

Dimensions: 60*190*78mm

Vertical rotation angle:0-90 degrees

Horizontal rotation angle:0-270 degrees

Power supply:4XAA size batteries(Alkaline or Ni-MH are usable)

Additional features:Sound indicator, PC port, Power saving mode and over heating protection

Color temperature:5600k

Package Contents:

1x Flash light

1x protecting bag

1x mini stand

1x manual

1x warranty card

Comments

J. Chambers says:

Compares favorably to the Nikon SB-800 Speedlight For the past ten years, I’ve used a Nikon SB-800 Speedlight with several Nikon DSLRs. It’s a great flash, the best I’ve ever used, and it still works perfectly after many thousands of flash exposures. So the SB-800 is the flash that I’m comparing the Neewer VK750II to. I was skeptical that the VK750II could measure up to the SB-800, especially for the price (a new SB-800 is about $500), but I was amazed that it comes fairly close, at least for the functions that most…

Jay Mittener says:

Smart money buy! There is a bit of a revolution happening in off-brand speedlites and strobe photography. Up until a few years ago, you just went out and bought whatever Canon or Nikon were offering, knowing that it would be a good product, yet hoping there was enough money in your bank account to buy it! This all started to change when a Chinese company called Yongnuo started churning out solidly built speedlites at a fraction of the cost. All of a sudden, you didn’t need to spend $300-$500 for a solid…

DASA says:

Lots of value for the low price! You are reading this thinking one thing, wow this VK750 MK II is REALLY cheap for a TTL flash ($55 mid-Sept 2014), it must be a piece of junk. While this is not a great strobe, it is a very good value for the low price paid. First, the Neewer company is a distributor of goods made by other (Chinese) companies. Neewer makes NOTHING themselves. That is not a bad thing, as Neewer branded gear is almost always cheaper than the name brand items, think of them as the generic brand line sold…

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