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Neewer Flashgun for Nikon £39.99 @ Amazon

£39.99 @ Amazon
Cheap and cheerful flash gun with wireless capability, worth a punt for £40. Free delivery for Prime members Read More
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Cheap and cheerful flash gun with wireless capability, worth a punt for £40. Free delivery for Prime members
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#1
How does the wireless work?
#2
One left in stock...
#3
Now due to be back in stock on 9 Dec (you can still order it though).
1 Like #4
can u hunt flamedeer with this gun???
#5
rollmesome
How does the wireless work?
Wirelessly? :)
#6
qbs
rollmesome
How does the wireless work?
Wirelessly? :)
hilarious. i have a D90. how do i get this to trigger without using the flash on the camera?
#7
rollmesome
qbs
rollmesome
How does the wireless work?
Wirelessly? :)
hilarious. i have a D90. how do i get this to trigger without using the flash on the camera?
Maybe having a look in the manuals would be a good starting point.
#8
no longer available, now over £60
1 Like #9
Canon 1 with TTL £39.99 too.
Canon
#10
just expired :( missed it in my cart :(
3 Likes #11
qbs
rollmesome
qbs
rollmesome
How does the wireless work?
Wirelessly? :)
hilarious. i have a D90. how do i get this to trigger without using the flash on the camera?
Maybe having a look in the manuals would be a good starting point.

It takes less effort to keep scrolling and ignore the post than to be a smart ****. You're not funny.

@Rollmesome - to use wireless flash you normally need a transceiver, attached to the camera, and a receiver, attached to the flash. Wireless flashes have built in wireless communications so you can use the flash without the receiver (only a transceiver), and can also use attach a wireless external flash onto the camera hotshoe to fire other flashes as wireless 'slaves', without needing any additional transceiver or receiver units.

Edited By: morocco1 on Dec 07, 2016 10:49: ambiguous
1 Like #12
jonesmarka
no longer available, now over £60
So the Neewer one has gone at this price :(
Any good deals to be had on the Oolder model? ;)
#13
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1 Like #14
WillieGophar
jonesmarka
no longer available, now over £60
So the Neewer one has gone at this price :(
Any good deals to be had on the Oolder model? ;)

You probably won't get one as cheap as this - but I'd recommend that Yongnuo kit. They're almost direct copies of the Canon flagship flashgun models, but without the artificially-inflated price tags; Camera manufacturers make slim margins on camera bodies, but they coin it in on flashguns etc. The build quality is rock solid, which is one area the Neewer ones can't match up - they're cheap so that if you break them, you can buy another; the plastic is slightly creaky, and they don't have that reassuring "weight" to them - if you're careful with them, that's not a major issue, but camera gear can easily take punishment in bags, from falling etc.

I recommend the YN-568EX II which has the same wireless functionality as the Neewer. There's also a newer model of this called the YN-685EX which is a little more expensive but has much better build quality and control interface - I have two of these and they've been brilliant.

*Facepalm* I've just realised yours was a jooke poost. Never mind, the info is there for anyone who missed out on the Neewer.

Edited By: morocco1 on Dec 07, 2016 11:00
1 Like #15
Teezgaff
Canon 1 with TTL £39.99 too.Canon
Thanks! Just bought another toy I don't need :D
#16
morocco1
WillieGophar
jonesmarka
no longer available, now over £60
So the Neewer one has gone at this price :(
Any good deals to be had on the Oolder model? ;)
You probably won't get one as cheap as this - but I'd recommend that Yongnuo kit. They're almost direct copies of the Canon flagship flashgun models, but without the artificially-inflated price tags; Camera manufacturers make slim margins on camera bodies, but they coin it in on flashguns etc. The build quality is rock solid, which is one area the Neewer ones can't match up - they're cheap so that if you break them, you can buy another; the plastic is slightly creaky, and they don't have that reassuring "weight" to them - if you're careful with them, that's not a major issue, but camera gear can easily take punishment in bags, from falling etc.
I recommend the YN-568EX II which has the same wireless functionality as the Neewer. There's also a newer model of this called the YN-685EX which is a little more expensive but has much better build quality and control interface - I have two of these and they've been brilliant.
*Facepalm* I've just realised yours was a jooke poost. Never mind, the info is there for anyone who missed out on the Neewer.
Thanks for the genuine info, morocco1 - and for having the [email protected] and good grace to admit your tumbleweed moment :)
1 Like #17
WillieGophar
morocco1
WillieGophar
jonesmarka
no longer available, now over £60
So the Neewer one has gone at this price :(
Any good deals to be had on the Oolder model? ;)
You probably won't get one as cheap as this - but I'd recommend that Yongnuo kit. They're almost direct copies of the Canon flagship flashgun models, but without the artificially-inflated price tags; Camera manufacturers make slim margins on camera bodies, but they coin it in on flashguns etc. The build quality is rock solid, which is one area the Neewer ones can't match up - they're cheap so that if you break them, you can buy another; the plastic is slightly creaky, and they don't have that reassuring "weight" to them - if you're careful with them, that's not a major issue, but camera gear can easily take punishment in bags, from falling etc.
I recommend the YN-568EX II which has the same wireless functionality as the Neewer. There's also a newer model of this called the YN-685EX which is a little more expensive but has much better build quality and control interface - I have two of these and they've been brilliant.
*Facepalm* I've just realised yours was a jooke poost. Never mind, the info is there for anyone who missed out on the Neewer.
Thanks for the genuine info, morocco1 - and for having the [email protected] and good grace to admit your tumbleweed moment :)

It was a good one TBF!

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