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Many photographers think of using a flash only at night or in poor lighting. However, a flash can be very useful in daylight too. Eliminate the shade under trees. Use fill-in lighting to sharpen the subject. Address catchlight in the eyes, and stop motion. Emphasize the lighting contrast. Enjoy more opportunities to use your flash.
TTL Flash - Di622 MARK II is compatible with Canon's E-TTL, E-TTL II system, and Nikon's i-TTL system. Those new digital TTL flash systems control the flash light with greater precision and stability.
Bounch Flash - The flash beam covers the frame from 14mm (with a wide angle diffuser built-in) to 70mm of the digital lens.(*) For a longer lens, the flash head reflector position stays at 70mm. It turns 90 degrees upward and 270 degrees horizontally for bounce lighting.
Wireless Remote Flash - Di622 Mark II has a wireless remote flash system as a slave unit. You can enjoy creative flash photography with multiple lightings from the various directions. There are 3 slave modes provided.
TTL Flash Level Compensation - The power of the flash can be controlled with TTL flash level compensation. Whereas total exposure is controlled by the camera's EV compensation function, the flash can compensate for the exposure on the main subject only, with little impact on the exposure of the background scene.
Nissin Original "My TTL" Setting - The TTL flash power level is pre-set for exposure at factory. You can, however, reset at the desired exposure level, in +/- 0.75 Ev. by 0.25 Ev increments. The pre-set value is memorized as your personal standard after switching the unit The usual TTL flash level compensation works based on this customized level.
X-Contact and External Synchro Contact - Di622 Mark II can be used without hotshoe cameras. Some cameras provide a flash synchronization contact at X-terminal instead of hotshoe. For this type of cameras, Di622 Mark II has a X-terminal socket for flash synchronization.
High Power - G.No.62(ISO 200) is obtained at the reflector position for 105mm focal length lens, and 45 at 35mm. (Reference: The guide number of the flash built in the camera is 16 approx. at ISO 200)
Power Zoom - The light distribution angle is automatically adjusted for the lens focal length. A high quality stepping motor sharply traces the lens movement with the same speed as that of the camera manufacturer's original flash model.
AF Assist Beam - In darkness or dim light conditions, the Di622 MARK II beams a red light to create a sharp contrast to enable the camera's focus sensor to focus easily on the subject.
Flash Power Lock System - The Di622 MARK II is compatible with either the FE lock (Canon) or FV lock (Nikon) system. Refer to the camera owner's manual for details.
Rear Curtain Synchro - Nikon and some Canon camerra's set the flash for rear curtain synch. photography. The Di622 MARK II follows the command signal of theses cameras.
Red Eye Reduction - Available with Nikon cameras only. A small flash beam is automatically produced for short distance portrait shots to prevent the red-eye phenomenon.
44m, 145ft. (ISO 100), 62m, 205ft. (ISO 200)
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