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Vivitar SF4000 Bounce Zoom Slave Flash Enhance Photos, Colors & Saturation For The Nikon D5000, D3000 Digital SLR Cameras
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|Package Height||2.7 x 4.7 x 8.4 inches|
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Top Customer Reviews
An instruction manual is always nice to have.
less than 30 bucks, its a deal. Slave mode works without fail, at least over past week of testing, also has a test button for "light painting" during
long exposure. A little plastic and won;t last forever, but for the price who cares
I would not buy or recommend this flash to anyone, even on an extreme budget.. ever.
After the first use I went to use it again: I turned it on, heard the power up sound and got the green ready light, but it has not fired since. The slave mode doesn't fire it, the test button doesn't fire it and even putting it on the camera hot shoe doesn't fire it. And the power up sound has totally stopped as well, but the green ready indicator still shines bright.
I knew it would be a cheap flash, but I thought that I would at least get a few uses from it, but one use and dead is pathetic. I've hear of disposable cameras but disposable flash heads?!?!?!?
For the amateur photographer like me who really does not want to invest too big at this time the product is ok. Initially it didnt work at all and the people at the company called me twice long distance to sort that out. They offered a new one right away. Luckily I doodled with it a bit and found the problem. Which brings me to the main fault. It holds 4 AA size batteries but the cover for the compartment is very flimsey. In order to get it to work you have to squeeze the cover inwards so that the poles on the batteries make proper contact with the metal parts on the inside of the cover.
I eventually decided not to send it back an jus use it as is for the few times i may need it. I kinda think it borders on useless but for the price what do you really expect? GREAT CUSTOMER SERVICE THOUGH
Most Recent Customer Reviews
These flashes should be removed from the market, they are trash and not at all of the quality that is used in the 90's.Published 18 months ago by jerri Mccombs
Product was as expected but it would be nice to have it delivered in a better manner and not a taped shut box with a grocery bag holding product inside. Read morePublished 18 months ago by katie bee
Do NOT PURCHASE! The flash worked TWICE after that , never came back on..even if I pressed the cover to make contact with the batteries... DO NOT PURCHASER THIS ITEM!Published 22 months ago by Jacqueline Tucker
I have had Vivitar products in the past and the quality was much better - putting aside the fact that this unit just does not fire as expected, it is very cheaply made. Read morePublished on January 12, 2014 by charles moore
seems like a scam, this flash controls that supposedly control the iso ARE LYING and distance do not work, the flash stops firing at the moment, was not ready and hit, this team is... Read morePublished on December 2, 2013 by LAURA RAMOS
The flash (should I use that word?) works only every 10 - 15 shots. Instructions are very poor and the unit itself is cheaply made. I can NOT recommend this device. Read morePublished on October 24, 2013 by Seeker
A friend of mine had a couple of these and they seemed to have worked just fine. I have in the past, went against bad reviews on other products and most of the time I am lucky to... Read morePublished on August 21, 2013 by R. A. Guerra
price got the best of me this time. this product is literally as bad as all of the other reviews say. personally i havent had the issue with the battery cover.... Read morePublished on June 25, 2013 by Chad schultz