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  • Neewer TT860 *LI-ION BATTERY* Speedlite Flash E TTL Camera Flash for Canon 5D Mark 2 3 6D 7D 70D 60D 50D Digital Rebel T3 SL1 T5i T4i T3i Xti XT / EOS 1100D 100D 700D 650D 600D 400D 350D and other Canon Ditial SLR Cameras -650 Full Power POPS with Single Li-ion Battery! 1.5s Recycle Time
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Neewer TT860 *LI-ION BATTERY* Speedlite Flash E TTL Camera Flash for Canon 5D Mark 2 3 6D 7D 70D 60D 50D Digital Rebel T3 SL1 T5i T4i T3i Xti XT / EOS 1100D 100D 700D 650D 600D 400D 350D and other Canon Ditial SLR Cameras -650 Full Power POPS with Single Li-ion Battery! 1.5s Recycle Time

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  • Inheriting its brother TT850's Li-ion battery power feature, TT860 integrates TTL in the flash for the Canon version.
  • Accurate TTL exposure for Canon EOS series DSLRs
  • Supp1.GN58 (m ISO 100 @ 105mm) with TTL/M/Multi/S1/S2 modes5s recycle time at max. power & 650 full power popsort FEC, FEB, FE Lock, Rear Curtain Sync, Modeling Flash, Control with Camera's Menu Screen, etc.
  • 1.5s recycle time at max. power & 650 full power pops
  • GN58 (m ISO 100 @ 105mm) with TTL/M/Multi/S1/S2 modes
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Neewer TT860 *LI-ION BATTERY* Speedlite Flash E TTL Camera Flash for Canon 5D Mark 2 3 6D 7D 70D 60D 50D Digital Rebel T3 SL1 T5i T4i T3i Xti XT / EOS 1100D 100D 700D 650D 600D 400D 350D and other Canon Ditial SLR Cameras -650 Full Power POPS with Single Li-ion Battery! 1.5s Recycle Time + Neewer 433MHz Wireless 16 Channel Flash Remote Trigger with Receiver for TT850, TT860 Speedlite + Neewer VB-18 2000mAh 11.1V Li-ion polymer Battery for TT850 TT860 Flash Speedlite
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Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 2.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B00J53347E
  • Item model number: 10074384
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (9 customer reviews)
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  • Date first available at Amazon.com: March 21, 2014
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Product Description

Inheriting its brother TT850's Li-ion battery power feature, TT860 integrates TTL in the flash for the Canon version.

Features:

1/8000s HSS

HSS capability (up to 1/8000s) on or off camera

Master & Slave Flash

As master flash to trigger Canon speedlites 600EX-RT, 580EX II, etc in TTL or M mode

As slave flash to receive wireless commanders of Canon cameras e.g. 7D, 60D, 600D, etc and Canon speedlite signals

E-TTL II Auto Flash

Accurate TTL exposure for Canon EOS series DSLRs

Full TTL Functions Support FEC, FEB, FE Lock, Rear Curtain Sync, Modeling Flash, Control with Camera's Menu Screen, etc.

Powerful Li-ion Battery

1.5s recycle time at max. power & 650 full power pops

Forget AA batteries'charging preparation and carrying burden

58 Guide Number

GN58 (m ISO 100 @ 105mm) with TTL/M/Multi/S1/S2 modes

Auto/Manual zoom (24-105mm) with correct auto focus assist

Allow for USB firmware update and custom function settings

Package Contents:

1x NEEWER E-TTL TT860 SPEEDLITE FLASH

1x NEEWER VB-18 2000mAh 11.1V Li-ion polymer Battery

1X NEEWER VC-18 BATTERY CHARGER

1X POWER CABLE


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In my research, I haven't seen anyone else reporting this problem, so I am returning the two defective flashes and buying two more.
Jameson Hooton
I really liked the idea of fast recycle times and long battery life, but now I'm wondering if I should have stayed with a system that uses AA's.
ZEric
So if you're buying your own equipment and want the best flash you can get without taking a second mortgage out - this is the unit for you!
LG

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

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As a photographer, I'm confident in understanding both my skills and weaknesses. Chief among the weaknesses is a lack of ready knowledge of flash techniques and skill with lighting not integrated with the camera. In the evolution of a photographer, adding an external flash is another step that requires acquisition of new knowledge and skills.

The Neewer TT860 is a high performing TTL flash for some Canon DSLRs (I use this flash with a Canon EOS Rebel T3). Overall, it has improved the look of my images made with a flash (with the added advantage of using its own battery and preserving the camera battery for image recording).

As with any external flash, when mounted to the camera's hot shoe, be prepared for a change in the ergonomics. This flash weighs almost as much as the camera it's mounted on (each is slightly more than one pound). This is not a shortcoming, but be prepared for drastic changes in how you handle the camera body.

The TT860 is powered by a rechargeable Li-ion battery. The charging unit has a detailed charge status indicator, and the nominal expectation is approximately 650 flashes (obviously there will be variations). In my use, the flash battery has outlasted the camera battery every time.

The flash head tilts from horizontal up to 90 degrees. Although it won't do so infinitely, it also rotatea horizontally through 360 degrees (with a hard stop at 180 degrees in both the right and left rotational directions).

The TT860 has three main modes of operation:
-through the lens (TTL) auto
-manual
-multi-flash mode (strobe).
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By LG on May 20, 2014
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I received the unit last Thursday and then spent all weekend shooting an event with this flash... I'm sure it's not as perfect as the Canon or Nikon equivalents, but for the novice photographer or one on a budget that wants the best they can afford, this IS the Flash unit to get. I easily shot near 32GB of pics - all outdoor shots - and day one didn't need a second battery, but day two a second battery or a recharge was indeed needed. I ordered a spare battery but it's arriving separately... however, the recharge on a totally depleted battery only took about 45 minutes! I had several professional photographers taking second looks at the unit and when two of them that I respect greatly found out how much this flash cost and what it could do, tell me that they were ordering a couple for themselves this week. The only complaint I have is that when shooting "rapid fire" or "Sports Mode" for multiple shots that on my T5i it only flashed every other shot due to recharge time - but even then, that's not a huge complaint at all. It is built solidly as the Brand name Units, the general concensus between myself and my friends who are pro's - loved the screw down mount instead of the flip lock that the brand names use that often push the unit off the hot shoe, and the eTTL worked perfectly with my Canon Body. So if you're buying your own equipment and want the best flash you can get without taking a second mortgage out - this is the unit for you!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Jameson Hooton on June 1, 2014
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First off, let me explain why I bought this flash (The TT860 version, with TTL). I am a professional wedding photographer, and this flash has almost everything I would want in an on-camera flash for weddings.

-It rotates smoothly 180 degrees in both directions, making it perfect for bounce flash.
-It is rated to be as powerful at full power as the 580exII
-It has the ports and optical slaves to make it useful off-camera in a strobist situation.
**The lithium-ion battery is amazing!! It recycles easily twice as fast as my LumoPro 160s at full power in side by side tests!
-The build quality seemed solid.

However, when I put this flash on my camera, I noticed a huge flaw! The autofocus assist beam seemed to be mis-aligned. It fired over the top of my focus points, making it completely useless as an on-camera flash in a dark reception hall. I had purchased two copies of this flash, and they both did it, to varying degrees.

In my research, I haven't seen anyone else reporting this problem, so I am returning the two defective flashes and buying two more. Perhaps it was just a fluke, and I will update my review when the new flashes arrive.

If I can get copies with properly aligned autofocus assist beam, I would have no problems giving this flash 5 stars, as its battery puts it in a whole different class from every other flash out there!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By ZEric on August 30, 2014
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Update 9/2014: The vendor, standbyon, was very quick to send out a replacement battery no questions asked. So far so good, but I haven't stressed it enough yet to be sure it's going to continue working. Unfortunately the batteries do not have any sort of serial number or manufacturing date so you can't tell by looking at them if it's from a good batch.

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The flash itself seems pretty nice, and I know a firmware update came out recently that addresses some of the issues, but what good is any of it if the proprietary battery is no good. I really liked the idea of fast recycle times and long battery life, but now I'm wondering if I should have stayed with a system that uses AA's.

The total flashes I got out of it was maybe a couple hundred at most as I wasn't using it heavily. I used it a part of the time for a 3-4 shoots, charging it in between, definitely light duty. Now it's dead and the charger doesn't even recognize the battery. If you look around on the forums, there are *many* people who received bad batteries on the 850/860 and results are mixed to poor on getting the battery replaced under warranty.

I wish I had stressed it more during the first 30 days because now it's going to be a hassle to deal with (it been over 60 days). I may try Amazon if the vendor gives me the run around.
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