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Neewer TT850 Li-ion Battery Flash Speedlite for Canon, Nikon, Pentax , Olympus and All Other Slr Dslr Cameras

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  • GN58£¨m ISO 1, 15), short flash duration, long working distance.
  • Recycle time at full power only need 1.5s, faster than the same kind flash.
  • With NEEWER FT-16S(optional), wireless control flash power on/off, focus assist beam on/off, buzz on/off, flash triggering etc. Controls several flashes at the same time.
  • Controls several flashes at the same time.
  • Compatible with Canon, Nikon, Pentax, Olympus or other type camera with standard hot shoe.
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Product Description

Size: Flash Only

Powered by Lithium Battery

Recycle time at full power only need 1.5s, faster than the same kind flash.

With only one battery, flash 650 times at full power without problem, enough for basic shooting.

No need to take many AA batteries or extra power pack, reducing outdoor shooting luggage burden.

Charging time 2.5 hours with AC charger, 4 hours with Car charger(optional)

Wireless Power Control System

With NEEWER FT-16S(optional), wireless control flash power on/off, focus assist beam on/off, buzz on/off, flash triggering etc.

Controls several flashes at the same time.

Light Well-distributed

Consistent output in high speed flashes.

Flash head design is according to the optical study, light distribution more even, same brightness in 4 angles.

Compatible with Canon, Nikon, Pentax, Olympus or other type camera with standard hot shoe.

Specifications:

GN£¨m ISO 100£©:58(1/1 ZOOM 105mm)

Flash Duration:1/300s£­1/20000s

Color Temperature:5600K¡À200K

Bounce Flash:Vertical: -7¡ã-90 horizontal: 0-360¡ã

Flash Mode:M, S1/S2, RPT, HSS

Manual Focus:24/28/35/50/70/80/105mm

Output Ratio:1/1-1/128, OF£¨1/3 as a stop£¬22steps£©

RPT Mode:1-199Hz,2-100s

Additional Function

Wireless Power Control:With Neewer FT-16S(optional), wireless control flash power on/off, focus assist beam on/off, buzz on/off, flash triggering etc.

Package Contents:

1x NEEWER TT850 FLASH SPEEDLITE

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

1X NEEWER VC-18 BATTERY CHARGER

1X POWER CABLE


Product Information

Size:Flash Only
Product Dimensions 9 x 8 x 3 inches
Item Weight 2.1 pounds
Shipping Weight 2.1 pounds
Manufacturer Neewer
ASIN B00GJMD08M
Item model number 10071444
Batteries 1 Lithium ion batteries required.
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3.3 out of 5 stars 180 customer reviews

3.3 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #341 in Camera & Photo > Camera & Photo Accessories > Flashes > Shoe Mount Flashes
Date first available at Amazon.com November 8, 2013

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Size: Flash Only Verified Purchase
Fantastic. Really, this is an amazing flash, at a very good price. You should probably buy it. No seriously, add to cart. Click the button. Get the one day shipping, have a drone drop it off, whatever, because you need to be using this thing post haste.

You should already be aware, but in case you're not, this is a manual flash. Meaning you will have to manually adjust your flash power and or exposure. There's no magic TTLf on the shelf figuring it out for you. If you are not familiar with how to use a manual flash, it is not difficult to figure out, and it's something that you should know anyway. It'll make you a better photographer. Learn the basics first, then buy an 8 zillion dollar brand name flash with hubble focus assist and A1ETTL-9000 i-dont-have-to-do-anything metering. But still keep this flash, because it will still be crazy useful.

Some awesome things about this flash:

It's solid. It's plastic on the outside, but there is most certainly metal directly underneath. The battery door and the hot shoe are both obviously constructed to last. You can probably use it to hammer nails into the wall, to hang the beautiful photos you take with this flash.

You can get a remote that lets you control all the flash functions from your camera, as well as trigger the flash. I've ordered the remote but haven't received it yet.

It has a lithium ion battery. This is a big deal. It holds a lot of juice for a long time and delivers it to the flash very quickly. This means you can shoot a lot and don't have to fumble with AA batteries. It also means that if you absolutely need to rely on it, you need to order a spare battery, which are not available at the time of this review. I just ordered another flash. Seriously, it's $99 bucks.
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The 2 reasons one would get this flash: amazing output power (bests the Nikon SB910 by a wide margin) and fast recycling time. This was made possible with its humongous Li-Ion battery. Downside? With the Li-Ion battery...power comes with a price: heat. Fortunately it's designed with temp sensors that prevents the flash from overheating.

The LCD screen and menu is actually well designed, and would argue that it's even better than the twice as expensive LumoPro 180 that I also have.

So why the 3 stars? I bought this to use with Pocket Wizards. For some bizarre reason, the manufacturer omitted the standard PC sync port that is found in every other flash...but instead went not with the 3.5mm plug found in larger strobes...but with the less common 2.5mm mono plug and a proprietary port for use with their house-brand wireless transmitter. Oh and they don't provide that cable. So you need a 2.5mm to 3.5mm cable (or converter) to use with PW...I know it's an annoyance, but this makes it unusable for a lot of Strobist out of the box.

The good news is that it came with the standard US plug for the charger.

Compared with the LP180:

1. User-Interface. I actually prefer Neewer's UI with its wheel control vs LumoPro's directional control. LumoPro opted for the dot-matrix LCD...unfortunately the viewing angle and/or contrast of this LCD sucks...compare that to Neewer's LCD (which is not dot-matrix) clear and contrasty settings at all angles. Neewer's blue backlight is nicer than the green LCD that's found on LumoPro (and pretty much any other flash out there). One other thing: LP180 has a "ready light" indicator on the front as well...which is absent on the TT850...
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Bought 2 of these right when they came out. So far, they work perfectly. The flash recharge is totally silent and fast. Unit is bulkier than my old 1980s Sunpak, but isn't that bad.

Head swivels 180 degrees in both directions which is nice. Head has a tight but smooth adjustment feeling. The whole flash feels quality to me. Nothing feels cheap on it. The silence is great as well, no more recharge whine. Only sound the flash makes is when the flash's zoom is moving.

I purchased with the FT-16S trigger which works perfectly, though hopefully New harbor will start selling the FT16S (receiver only) in the near future, so I can outfit and control both of my flashes. As of 12/29/13, you can only get it in a package with both transceiver and receiver, and I'd rather not waste some $$ on another transceiver that I wouldn't use.

High Speed Sync will only work with the Cells II trigger which is not yet available for Nikon (hopefully soon). High speed sync will not work when the flash is mounted on the camera.

Both the flash and the trigger have a test button, so you can trigger the flash whenever you want (for tests, or some artistic endeavor).

Like the others, mine came with a Euro power cable/plug, but New Harbor quickly rectified the mistake and sent me 2 converters. They are also available online for a dollar or two (C7 type end, also called 'figure 8'), so it's not a huge deal (though they should fix that issue when possible).

Buttons and screen are easy to use and easy to read. Haven't tried with gloves on, but shouldn't be a problem. Scroll wheel works great for adjusting power quickly and precisely.

Comes with carrying case of pretty nice quality.
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