Jessops 300AFD Digital Flashgun for Nikon - now £32.30 @ Jessops (was £65) - HotUKDeals
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This Jessops 300AFD Digital Flashgun for Nikon is now £34 @ Jessops. To get it for just £32.30 - use discount code: JESSOPS5

* Dedicated TTL flashgun for digital and film cameras
* Guide number 30m/ISO 100
* Bounce adjustment 0 - 90º
* Autofocus assist light
* Zoom Settings 28/35/50/85mm

For use with the following Nikon Digital SLRs: d40, D50, D70, D70s, D80 & D200
Nikon Coolpix: 4500, 5000, 5400, 5700, 8400, 8700, 8800.
Film SLRs: F4, F401, F5, F50, F60, F65, F70, F75, F801, F80, F90X, F100.
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At the risk if stating the obvious, the title refers to the Nikon version but the text of the deal and the link refer to the Canon version.

Both versions are available at this price and have been, give or take the voucher code, for some time now.
This got very hot last time it was posted.
yeah price goes up and down regular it`ll be back up to full price in a couple weeks then be cheap again for an easter sale
Just for info, this flash will fit into an i-TTL setup, but NOT a d-TTL one (IE not my d100). Something is off about the sync, even set to manual at full power, the pics come out darker than if you used the on board flash.
Anyone got any idea if I could use this with my Fuji s9600?
I have the Canon version and it is great for the price. It's a no-brainer if you have a (d)slr but don't want to spend silly money on something that really is a must for your camera.
Does anyone know if this is a good buy for the Nikon D90 and if it works 100%.

Even if its not on sale its still half the price of Nikons cheapest flashgun, and my old flashgun siply won't work with the D90 properly.

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