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Neewer 750II TTL Flash Speedlite with LCD Display for Nikon Cameras - £26.94 Using Code - Sold by Nashes Camspace and Fulfilled by Amazon
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Neewer 750II TTL Flash Speedlite with LCD Display for Nikon Cameras - £26.94 Using Code - Sold by Nashes Camspace and Fulfilled by Amazon

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Posted 16th Dec 2019

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Best price so far on this model? It certainly looks to be going by history and what I remember seeing when looking for offers. There's a list of some of the cameras that this works with (see below)

Price is for both Prime and Non Prime members

Box Contains
  • 1x Flash light
  • 1x protecting bag
  • 1x mini stand
  • 1x manual
  • 1x warranty card

Compatible with Nikon D7200 D7100 D7000 D5500 D5300 D5200 D5100 D5000 D3300 D3200 D3100 D3000 D700 D600 D500 D90 D80 D70 D60 D50 and Other Nikon DSLR Cameras


  • Powerful Flash with High Guide No. 58 (m) / 190ft(at 105mm focal length,ISO 100 in meters/feet).
  • Charging socket for external power pack: adds a charging socket for external power pack. PC synchronous port: simple for you to use the PC synchronous line.
  • Vertical rotation angle:-7 to 90 degrees;Horizontal rotation angle:0 to 270 degrees.
  • Flash duration: 1/300 to 1/20000s.
  • Note: flash only, camera not included!
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Plescau17/12/2019 08:42

Neewer and godox..:))...yeap is like comparing a lambo with a polo...both …Neewer and godox..:))...yeap is like comparing a lambo with a polo...both are decent:))) sorry if i was too mean but i assume you are new into photography territory...fyi Godox is a well known brand on par with big boys in price and quality...neweer is a Chinese flash for entry level...lets say is one step above your slr flash nothing more...even if you take the high end model on neewer wont be even close(in term of performace) to cheapest godox...


As with everything made in China, it's a little more complicated than that. Neewer is a marketing company and sales house, they don't produce their own gear but do routinely re-brand gear from Godox and other brands.

As this DPreview senior member puts it ''Like most rebrandings, it's not a 1:1 correspondence. While some Neewer flashes are rebranded Godoxes, not every Neewer flash is a rebranded Godox. And not everything with the Neewer brand on it is made by Godox''

This article in SLRLounge refers to ''Godox (AKA – MoLight, Flashpoint, Neewer, Cheetastand, and Pixapro) has been doing some incredible things as of late.''

According to Michael Mowbray, the 'Speedlite guy', the Godox TT850 is the same as the Neewer TT850.

What I have noticed is that the Neewer equivalent is usually cheaper than the Godox or other OEM, so I'd always go for the Neewer where I know the product is identical. For instance, the particular flash in this thread is a rebranded Meike MK951 which sells at a significantly higher price point.

Finally, re: your personal attack on me, no I would not consider myself a Pro under any stretch of the imagination. I currently have a D3200 with a 24-70 F2.8 lens and a 50mm AF F1.4D, an Olympus OMD-EM10 mk2 with a 45mm F1.8, a 14-42mm zoom and 40-150mm zoom, and finally a Fuji XT-1 with an 18-55mm kit lens. I picked up a Bowens studio kit on the cheap on ebay a couple of years ago and use it to take portraits of my family and friends. I learnt photography with an old Olympus OM10 film camera and a well-thumbed first edition copy of Bryan Peterson's 'Understanding Exposure'. I like using my camera and flashes in full manual modes given the creative licence that gives me. So I guess I'd qualify under the 'photography enthusiast' category.
Edited by: "hcc27" 18th Dec 2019
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Looks like a decent price
That's an amazing price for a TTL flash! The cheapest Nikon equivalent is around £200. Neewer and Godox are both decent brands, I have a Godox in my OMD-EM10 and works flawlessly.

We're starting to see some heavy discounting from the 'proper SLR' brands such as Nikon and Canon as they face an onslaught from Fuji, Olympus and Sony on the mirrorless front. Probably accessories following the same route.
Amazing price but presumably this lack ttl-B and HSS. TTL-B is the mode that balances the flash with Ambient light and I use it alllot for daytime photos.
A decent flash is essential for anyone starting out in photography - anything that prevents using the pop-up will give a better result.

Heat
Bargain. Bought one. Thanks OP
Good price and Neewer stuff is good

Changed my mind it says - "Note: flash only, camera not included! " - Well that's rubbish


But I did get

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Edited by: "The.Crew.Designs" 16th Dec 2019
Any Canon E-TTL compatible flashes included too?
Wow what an insanely good deal, heat added
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afroylnt16/12/2019 09:43

Amazing price but presumably this lack ttl-B and HSS. TTL-B is the mode …Amazing price but presumably this lack ttl-B and HSS. TTL-B is the mode that balances the flash with Ambient light and I use it alllot for daytime photos.


Do you mean TTL-BL (BaLanced Fill mode), I've never heard of a 'B-mode' on Nikon TTL's? According to this review, it actually does and goes on to say the fill-in flash photos are very good. No HSS with this but how many casual shooters will be using this mode. If you're a pro you'd probably not be looking into Neewer products.

For this price, the functionality is insane. Even if you have the cheapest Nikon SLR, this flash head will be the best £27 you can spend as an upgrade to your camera.
Edited by: "hcc27" 16th Dec 2019
Thanks OP, have an SB-600 but grabbed this as a back-up and to use on an older body.
This is a PROPER deal!

Have some well deserved heat!!
Will this work with the D5600? I can't see why it wouldn't unless Nikon changed something to break compatibility, but it is not listed on the page.

Edit: I have ordered one, there are comments about the D5600 on the US store page.
Edited by: "jamiematthews88" 16th Dec 2019
jamiematthews8816/12/2019 11:46

Will this work with the D5600? I can't see why it wouldn't unless Nikon …Will this work with the D5600? I can't see why it wouldn't unless Nikon changed something to break compatibility, but it is not listed on the page.Edit: I have ordered one, there are comments about the D5600 on the US store page.


I'm assuming it does too, and have ordered. Fingers crossed.
I have an SB-400 which is a great little flash but can't turn it 90 degrees, this will fit the bill nicely. Thanks OP!
Will this work on a panasonic g80?
hcc2716/12/2019 11:33

acc Do you mean TTL-BL (BaLanced Fill mode), I've never heard of a …acc Do you mean TTL-BL (BaLanced Fill mode), I've never heard of a 'B-mode' on Nikon TTL's? According to this review, it actually does and goes on to say the fill-in flash photos are very good. No HSS with this but how many casual shooters will be using this mode. If you're a pro you'd probably not be looking into Neewer products. For this price, the functionality is insane. Even if you have the cheapest Nikon SLR, this flash head will be the best £27 you can spend as an upgrade to your camera.



I did mean ttl-BL but had forgotten its name. I could live without HSS in a 2nd flash but not without BL; which review did you look at ? one from Amazon or elsewhere?
update : found a review that doe suggest it does support the ttl-BL mode.
Overall looks to be an excellent deal.
Edited by: "afroylnt" 16th Dec 2019
bitman18616/12/2019 14:09

Will this work on a panasonic g80?


No it won't, the interface on this flash is proprietary to Nikon. However there are 3rd party TTL flashes for Panasonic and Olympus MFT cameras, such as those made by Godox and Meike.

Do check compatibility with your camera before you buy.
Wow, I hope it works with D7500? Bought one though.
hcc2716/12/2019 16:45

No it won't, the interface on this flash is proprietary to Nikon. However …No it won't, the interface on this flash is proprietary to Nikon. However there are 3rd party TTL flashes for Panasonic and Olympus MFT cameras, such as those made by Godox and Meike. Do check compatibility with your camera before you buy.


Thanks!
hcc2716/12/2019 09:32

That's an amazing price for a TTL flash! The cheapest Nikon equivalent is …That's an amazing price for a TTL flash! The cheapest Nikon equivalent is around £200. Neewer and Godox are both decent brands, I have a Godox in my OMD-EM10 and works flawlessly. We're starting to see some heavy discounting from the 'proper SLR' brands such as Nikon and Canon as they face an onslaught from Fuji, Olympus and Sony on the mirrorless front. Probably accessories following the same route.


Neewer and godox..:))...yeap is like comparing a lambo with a polo...both are decent:))) sorry if i was too mean but i assume you are new into photography territory...fyi Godox is a well known brand on par with big boys in price and quality...neweer is a Chinese flash for entry level...lets say is one step above your slr flash nothing more...even if you take the high end model on neewer wont be even close(in term of performace) to cheapest godox...
Plescau17/12/2019 08:42

Neewer and godox..:))...yeap is like comparing a lambo with a polo...both …Neewer and godox..:))...yeap is like comparing a lambo with a polo...both are decent:))) sorry if i was too mean but i assume you are new into photography territory...fyi Godox is a well known brand on par with big boys in price and quality...neweer is a Chinese flash for entry level...lets say is one step above your slr flash nothing more...even if you take the high end model on neewer wont be even close(in term of performace) to cheapest godox...


As with everything made in China, it's a little more complicated than that. Neewer is a marketing company and sales house, they don't produce their own gear but do routinely re-brand gear from Godox and other brands.

As this DPreview senior member puts it ''Like most rebrandings, it's not a 1:1 correspondence. While some Neewer flashes are rebranded Godoxes, not every Neewer flash is a rebranded Godox. And not everything with the Neewer brand on it is made by Godox''

This article in SLRLounge refers to ''Godox (AKA – MoLight, Flashpoint, Neewer, Cheetastand, and Pixapro) has been doing some incredible things as of late.''

According to Michael Mowbray, the 'Speedlite guy', the Godox TT850 is the same as the Neewer TT850.

What I have noticed is that the Neewer equivalent is usually cheaper than the Godox or other OEM, so I'd always go for the Neewer where I know the product is identical. For instance, the particular flash in this thread is a rebranded Meike MK951 which sells at a significantly higher price point.

Finally, re: your personal attack on me, no I would not consider myself a Pro under any stretch of the imagination. I currently have a D3200 with a 24-70 F2.8 lens and a 50mm AF F1.4D, an Olympus OMD-EM10 mk2 with a 45mm F1.8, a 14-42mm zoom and 40-150mm zoom, and finally a Fuji XT-1 with an 18-55mm kit lens. I picked up a Bowens studio kit on the cheap on ebay a couple of years ago and use it to take portraits of my family and friends. I learnt photography with an old Olympus OM10 film camera and a well-thumbed first edition copy of Bryan Peterson's 'Understanding Exposure'. I like using my camera and flashes in full manual modes given the creative licence that gives me. So I guess I'd qualify under the 'photography enthusiast' category.
Edited by: "hcc27" 18th Dec 2019
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