The pocket size of Nissin i40 Flash weights only 203g of weight (*1). It is suitable for filling shadows on even the sunniest of days, suitable for family shooting, indoor/ outdoor shooting and especially suitable for traveling.
- Compact external flash for Sony cameras with a Multi Interface Shoe
- Wireless TTL mode (*4)
- Supports up to 1/8,000 seconds shutter speed (*4)
- Flash output of GN40 at 105mm
- Video light function with 9 steps of output level adjustment
- Simple operation panel with two selector dials to operate the flash
- Flash head tilts up and rotates horizontally to right and left for making bounced lighting more versatile by utilising more angles
- A diffuser cap is also supplied
Simply operation panel
Nissin i40 has two selector dials controls: Function dial and Power dial. The Indicated lamp A/B/C will show the position of adjustment. Even beginners can quickly get started.
LED video light
Nissin i40 has a video light function, which has 9 steps of output level adjustment.
Professional flash head design
The flash head rotates horizontally 180° to right and left and tilts up 90°which is suitable for close up photography. This makes bounce shooting more arbitrary, with more angles that can be used.
Manual zoom (M zoom)
Nissin i40 support 24-105mm auto zoom. Manual Zoom is available in M, SD, SF, Wireless mode (*4). The manual setting you selected is memorised and remains unchanged when power on.
Supports high-speed synchronisation
Supports up to 1/8,000 seconds shutter speed. (*2) (*4)
Four size-AA batteries
4 AA batteries to operate the i40, it can reduce the frequency of changing the batteries and reduce the recycling time.
Metal hotshoe - quick release button
Durable metal hotshot design with quick release button, easy to install and reduce the chance of damage caused by installation.
Fill-in reflector and light diffusing panel
Fill-in reflector and light diffusing panel installed.
Diffuser cap included in Package
Soften the flash and reduce shadows, it's suitable for fill-in flash in close distance (can be using with reflector).
i40 has a wireless remote flash system as a slave unit. You can enjoy creative flash photography with multiple lightings from the various directions. There are 3 slave modes provided.
- Slave Digital (SD): i40 synchronises to the pre-flash system. The master flash is to be set at TTL (E-TTL for Canon, i-TTL for Nikon and ADI/ P-TTL for Sony) mode.
- Slave Film (SF): i40 synchronises to the traditional single flash system. The master flash is to be set at manual mode. Studio lighting system synchronises to this mode. This mode is also available for open flash, and for a standard flash in the market.
- Wireless TTL: i40 synchronises to the wireless remote flash system. (*3) (*4)
TTL flash level compensation
The power of the flash can be controlled with TTL flash level compensation. Whereas total exposure is controlled by the camera's EV compensation function, the flash can compensate for the exposure on the main subject only, with little impact on the exposure of the background scene. The flash power level can be adjusted from -2EV through +2EV by 0.5EV steps.
(*1): The weight calculation does not include battery and diffuser cap
(*2): The maximum synchronisation speed depends upon the supported camera model
(*3): Support Group A - C (any channel 1 - 4)
(*4): Except for Fujifilm version
|Type||For Canon, Nikon, Sony DSLR System, 4/3 & Fujifilm Mirrorless System|
|Guide no. (at ISO 100 in m)||GN40 [at 105mm (53mm) zoom head position] GN27 [at 35mm (18mm) zoom head position]|
|Focal length coverage||24mm (12mm) - 105mm (53mm) [16mm (8mm) when using built-in wide panel]|
|Power source||Four size-AA Alkaline or NiMH batteries|
|Recycling time||0.1 - 4sec|
|Number of flashes (approx.)||220 - 1,700 flashes|
|LED video light lighting time (approx.)||3.5hrs (full power batteries)|
|Flash duration||1/800 - 1/20,000sec|
|Colour temperature||5,600 K|
|Exposure control||E-TTL II/ E-TTL (Canon),iTTL (Nikon), PTTL (Sony),TTL (4/3), TTL Fujifilm|
|Wireless mode||Wireless TTL slave (*1) (*3), non-TTL Slave (SD, SF mode) (*2)|
|EV compensation on flash||+/- 2EV in increments of 1/2 of EV|
|Bounce position||Up: 0-90°， Left: 0-180°，Right: 0-180°|
|Flash exposure control||1st & 2nd curtain synchronisation, High speed synchronisation (*3), redeye reduction, slow synchronisation (depend on camera), FE/ FV lock (set on camera)|
|AF-assist beam effective range||0.7 - 5m|
|Operation panel||2 Selector dials (Function dial and Power dial)|
|Manual mode power ratio||1/256- 1/1|
|Video light||Built in video light with 9 steps of output level adjustment|
|Accessories||Soft case, Flash stand (with screw), Soft box, Carabiner (not for climbing)|
|Dimension (approx.)||85(H) x 61(W) x 85(D)mm|
|Weight||203g (without batteries and soft box)|
(*2): SD - Slave Digital (synchronises to the pre-flash system. The master flash is to be set at TTL (E-TTL for Canon, i-TTL for Nikon and ADI/P-TTL for Sony) mode.
SF - Slave Film. synchronises to the traditional single flash system. The master flash is to be set at manual mode. Studio lighting system synchronises to this mode. This mode is also available for open flash, and for a standard flash in the market.
(*3): Except for Fujifilm version