There’s also no strobo / multi-flash mode available, and also no “auto” mode. Modeling light is available on all i-TTL speedlights from Nikon, with the exception of the small SB 400 flash, but it doesn’t work with the Di622 Mark II. Flash Exposure Compensation FEC Sooner or later you feel the need to tweak the automatic exposure a bit. После внезапной смерти моей прошлой вспышки(супер-бюджетного изделия неизвестной китайской фирмы YinYan), я озаботился поиском новой. Very thin, made of a synthetic material, no padding. Light Stand Mounting One option to use your speedlite remote is to hold it in your left hand and to shoot with the camera in your right. You will encounter situations with any flash where the manual mode gives better results, no matter what brand you are using.
While positioning and pricing indicate mid-range performance, you get a guide number on professional level really. Other Flash Features Red-Eye Reduction The red-eye problem is not a concern with an external flash in the accessory shoe – the larger distance between flash head and lens prevents the issue. For that purpose the test cameras are always used in auto white balance mode. In this configuration, the Di622 II tends to produce a very slightly warmer output than the SB-600 and SB-700 from Nikon.
You need YN-622C units, if you want to control a for-Canon YN-568EX’s power/zoom, and TTL/HSS remotely from a Canon camera. Between 1/32 and 1/1, there is a 5 stop range with 6 selectable values: 1/1, 1/2, 1/4, 1/8, 1/16, 1/32. This range is not record breaking but should be sufficient for about any scenario. External Interfaces Apart from the flash foot there are 2 other external interfaces on the flash, both located under a soft rubber cover on the left side. But for the other cameras mentioned above there is no limitation.