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  1. Nicholas Smith
    Dec 02 - 5:37 pm

    How does it compare to the Nissin Di622 (if you’ve tried it!), both are at similar price range and similar functionality

  2. Jim
    Dec 02 - 8:39 pm

    This flash is IDENTICAL to my Vivitar DF400MZ-C. I haven’t been able to find it new lately. I guess I know why now. Probably a third party made it for Vivitar, and now makes it for Bower.
    I couldn’t be happier with mine. I’ve had it a year now with no problems at all. Seems to be easy on AA NiMh 2500mah batteries, and has a good recycle time. I use it with a Canon SX1IS. I’ve been very successful with shooting 4fps bursts, which it keeps up with handily. Great speedlight for the price.

  3. kamera gue
    Dec 02 - 9:41 pm

    Another brand join the cheap flash market, which is a good news. The combination of a TTL, zoom head and LCD seems nice. No info about GN there but I guess about GN 40-60 which is standard. For the price, it is cheaper than Sunpak or Nissin, and about the same with Yongnuo.

  4. Jim
    Dec 02 - 10:34 pm

    Don’t forget, it’s a slave too.

    Here are the specs from the B&H site:

    Type Dedicated shoe-mount TTL flash
    Guide No. 125′ (38 m) (85mm @ ISO 100)
    Angle of Coverage 24-85mm range in 35mm/full-frame format standard
    Vari-Power Not Specified by Manufacturer
    TTL Dedication Yes – Automatic TLL Range 0.9-19 m (@f/2)
    Bounce Head 0-90°
    Swivel Head 0-270°
    Zoom Head Yes
    Off Camera Terminal No
    Recycle Time 0.5-9 seconds
    Power Source Four 1.5-Volt “AA” batteries (Alkaline, NiCad & NiMH)
    Dimensions Not Specified by Manufacturer
    Weight Not Specified by Manufacturer

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