Neewer NW910 i-TTL.

Product Description
Features:

On-camera, i-TTL auto flash Speedlight for Nikon.

Powerful Flash with High Guide No.60(ISO 100, 180mm). High-speed sync up to 1/8000th of a second.

Flash Mode: TTL/M/RPT/ High-Speed Sync/MASTER/SLAVE/S1/S2

Support Front-curtain, Rear-curtain sync, FEB, FE Lock, AF assist beam, setting custom function, power saving mode, overheat protection, flash exposure compensation and memory function.

Wireless multiple flash control, Comprehensive and professional flash, support setting various flash functions through DSLR, New additions of power socket and PC port.

Specifications:

Circuit Design: Insulated gate bipolar transistor (IGBT)

Guide Number: 60 (ISO 100, 180mm)

Flash Coverage: 18-180mm

Manual, Auto Zoom

Swinging/Tilting flash head(bounce flash)

Flash Mode: TTL/M/RPT/ High-Speed Sync/MASTER/SLAVE/S1/S2

High-Speed Sync 1/8000s

Light rotation: 0- 180horizontally and -7- 90vertically

The wireless trigger: Wireless induction flash lighting

Wireless triggering distance: 12-15m / 39.4-49.2 feet indoor, 8-10m / 26.2-32.8 feet outdoor

Channels: 4

Controllable slave groups: 3 (A, B and C)

Lighting Times: 100-1500 times (AA Alkaline cell used)

Recycle time: Approx.3s

Color temperature: 5600K

Flash duration: Normal flash: 1.2ms or shooter; Quick flash: 2.3ms or shooter

Peripheral interface: Hot shoe, PC mount, External charge mount

Power Supply: 4pcs AA alkaline cell or AA Ni-MH battery(not included)

Box Contains

1x MK910 Flash

1x Mini Stand

1x Protective Bag

1x Manual

Conclusion and recommendation.

This flash is actually really good for the money, I would say 80% of the quality from the Nikon SB-910 Speedlight.

i-TTL on the Nikon SB-910 flash works better (more accurate lighting especially when shooting in a room and with wide angle lenses) and the Nikon SB-910 is more powerful when used in full power (M 1/1), also the Nikon SB-910 has more options in the menu system.




There are three things that I like better with the Neewer NW-910 Speedlight vs the Nikon SB-910.

  1. AF assist beam is better.
  2. Swinging/Tilting flash head, you can swing the head without pressing the lock button which you need to do on Nikon SB-910.
  3. And the power switch on/off button is better on the Neewer NW-910.
When Neewer NW-910 is used with Nikon CLS system.

You can’t use the Neewer NW-910 with Nikon Speedlight on the same group and the same channel the Nikon flash will steal the signal, you need to have them on a separate group A-B but on the same channel, then they will work together.