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NEEWER TT660 Speedlite Flash Light For Canon/Nikon/Olympus/Pentax Digital SLR Cameras GN58

NEEWER TT660 Speedlite Flash Light For Canon/Nikon/Olympus/Pentax Digital SLR Cameras GN58
NEEWER TT660 Speedlite Flash Light For Canon/Nikon/Olympus/Pentax Digital SLR Cameras GN58


Product Added : November 9th, 2013
Category : Pentax Camera

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NEEWER TT660 Speedlite Flash Light For Canon/Nikon/Olympus/Pentax Digital SLR Cameras GN58


NEEWER TT660 Speedlite Flash Light For Canon/Nikon/Olympus/Pentax Digital SLR Cameras GN58

Features:

Compatible with Canon Digital EOS, Nikon /Pentax / Olympus DSLR cameras.

Superior build quality, including a metal foot for added strength.

Approximately 30% faster recycling time, compared to previous model TT560. Zoom head full frame: 24mm-105mm, virtually silent operation.

Neewer TT660 camera flash fits various standard hotshoe-mounted DSLR cameras. This Neewer camera flash has a guide number of 58 meters (ISO 100 105MM), allowing you to place the flash away from the subject. This Neewer camera flash features a 24 mm ¨C 105 mm auto zoom range that widens or narrows the field of illumination as per the requirement. With the shortest flash duration of 1/20,000 second, this shoe mount flash helps you to capture high-speed objects in complete darknessThis device adopts high-performance CPU circuit design so that it can precisely control the power output and has the lowest power setting down to 1/128.

Using the TT660 Flash: 1. Power Management: Power Switch set to ON, and the flash will start charging (the charging indicator is dim). After several seconds, the charging indicator turns red and the flash unit is ready for firing. For a test flash, press the Test Button. After use, power off the camera flash by setting Power Switch to OFF. If the charging indicator blinks in every 1s, the battery power is low. In such case, the camera flash will turn off immediately. Replace the batteries immediately. 2. Power Control: The camera flash has 8 steps of power output control which are indicated by 8 LED indicators. Press “+” to increase the power from 1/128, 1/64, 1/32, 1/16, 1/8, 1/4, 1/2 to 1/1. In contrast, you can press “-”to reduce the power output level.

Package included:

1 x TT660 flash speedlite

1 x mini stand

1 x black protector bag

  • Approximately 30% faster recycling time, compared to previous model TT560. Zoom head full frame: 24mm-105mm, virtually silent operation.
  • Compatible with Canon Digital EOS, Nikon /Pentax / Olympus DSLR cameras.
  • Superior build quality, including a metal foot for added strength.
  • With the shortest flash duration of 1/20,000 second, this shoe mount flash helps you to capture high-speed objects in complete darknessThis device adopts high-performance CPU circuit design so that it can precisely control the power output and has the lowest power setting down to 1/128.

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  1. 7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Very Basic Flash, July 9, 2013
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    M. RAHMAN
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    This review is from: NEEWER TT660 Speedlite Flash Light For Canon/Nikon/Olympus/Pentax Digital SLR Cameras GN58 (Electronics)

    I have another pro flash. This unit is very basic, easy to operate and settings could be changed quickly. Powerful enough to cover most of the lighting situations if you know how to control flash and camera settings manually This unit can not communicate with camera so there is no TTL mode . I tried with umbrella, got powerful diffusion, I had to lower the power output to get the desired effect (which is good). I will strongly recommend this unit for you if you know the flash basics.

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  2. 4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    This is a well designed MANUAL flash, October 11, 2013
    By 
    Bob Tobias “Robert Tobias” (Arlington, VA USA) –
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    Let’s get the “manual” part out of the way first. It means the flash doesn’t know about your camera settings and you camera can’t tell what the flash is doing. That’s not a bad thing, it is what it is.

    I’ve been using this alongside my Yongnuo Speedlite YN560 Flash (another well liked flash in this price/performance category). There are a lot of similarities and several things that I like better about this flash.

    Both are true to their guide number and put out a decent amount of light. This flash is an ounce and a half heavier and both weigh about a pound.

    What I liked better about this flash is it has a slide switch to turn it on and off (as opposed to a button on the Yongnuo I have to hold in for several seconds) and the test switch works easily (as opposed to the Yongnuo which takes a lot of pressure and is still hit or miss). These may seem like small points but for me, anything that makes things easier to use is a real good thing.

    This flash recycles very quickly; at one click down from full power this flash recycles in under a second… with rechargeable batteries… after 50 flashes. The head swivels 270 degrees, a handy thing if you want to point it backwards (though I would still recommend angling it upwards rather than directly into your forehead). Power and zoom settings are easily done by pushing large, clearly labeled buttons on the back. As with just about every other flash these days, there is a built in diffuser panel. When used it automatically zooms the flash to its widest setting and deactivate the ability to change it. (I really like that.) And, if you want to go Old School, there’s a built in bounce card as well.

    The overall fit and finish is well done. It doesn’t look cheap and I kind of like the blue indicator lights on the back. The optical trigger works reliably and will fire on the first or second flash. Finally, there’s a jack for an external radio trigger and it works fine for me with my PocketWizards as well as several $20 triggers I’ve tried.

    This flash also has a way to connect an external battery pack and for me that isn’t a requirement. Between the quick recycle and easy access to the battery compartment, having to swap out four rechargeable batteries every hundred shots or so isn’t an issue.

    Bottom line: Whether you want an inexpensive, high power primary external flash or are looking for additional lights to get more creative (“strobist”) this flash provides great value for your investment.

    Neewer provided a sample flash with no obligation other than I provide this honest review.

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  3. 3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    No TTL, but a marvelous flash for creative lighting effects, October 13, 2013
    By 
    J. Chambers (Georgia, United States) –
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    With my Nikon D300 and D3200 DSLRs, I often use the built-in pop-up flash or a Nikon SB800 flash in the camera’s hot shoe. I’ve considered getting another SB800 for more creative lighting effects, using the pop-up flash as commander and the SB800s in slave mode. But Nikon flashes are expensive, and the budget just won’t stretch that far. So when I was offered an opportunity to review the Neewer TT660 speedlite flash, I was glad to take a look.

    My initial impressions were very good. The flash is big, heavy, and very solidly built. The controls are clearly marked and easy to use. I inserted four AA batteries, and it was ready to go. To verify that the flash was firing while the shutter of my D3200 was open, I locked the TT660 in the camera’s hot shoe, pointed the camera at a large mirror, and hit the shutter release. The resulting image clearly showed the flash firing. So far so good. Next I took some flash images around the house, manually adjusting the zoom control and output level. It’s been several decades since I did manual flash exposures, but with digital photography, the feedback is instantaneous, so it didn’t take long to zero in the exposures. Note that I did this part of my testing in manual mode with the mode control set for “M.”

    Next I wanted to use the TT660 for some fill-in flash to get more even lighting and reduce shadows. I set the TT660 in the S1 slave mode, set it on the included stand, and fired my camera with the SB800 flash in the hot shoe. I experimented with the TT660′s location and output level until I got the most pleasing effects.

    This is a nice flash, loaded with useful features like a rotating flash head (essential for bounce flash), adjustable flash output levels, adjustable zoom control, three shooting modes, and built in diffuser and reflector card. There’s also a PC sync cord socket for older cameras, a charging socket (I’m not sure what kind of charging gear you need for this), and a threaded tripod mounting hole. It’s got plenty of power, too, with a Guide Number of 58 meters (ISO 100 at 105MM). This slightly exceeds my Nikon SB800′s guide number of 56 meters.

    TTL flash is one of those advances that have made photography so popular, but if you’re willing to give up TTL, this is an excellent flash either as a primary flash or as a second flash for more creative lighting effects. And really, with the instant feedback you get from digital cameras, even a novice can master manual flash exposures with a bit of practice.

    A product sample was provided by the manufacturer for review purposes.

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