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    Off camera flash control options?

    Hi guys,

    I've bought a Nissin Di700A for mu D750 and I was wondering what are my options for off camera flash control. I know pocket wizard is supposed to be the best, but these days I've been reading a lot of other good reviews regarding other not so expensive alternatives...of course they have to be compatible with my Nissin

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    Re: Off camera flash control options?

    what exactly is flash controll?

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    Re: Off camera flash control options?

    Google pocket wizard

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    Re: Off camera flash control options?

    I've been using RadioPopper Jr for about 5 years for full manual control of up to 4 groups of Nikon & now Einstein. The newer Jr2 is a very nice upgrade from the older one.

    Never let me down & I've never been tempted to jump to a different system. RadioPopper has other options for TTL auto control, but I'm all manual all the time. They also have simple dumb triggers.

    I can't say for sure your Nissan is compatible, but if it's a TTL Nikon compatible flash and it's new it probably is. The Jr system uses the TTL capability of the flash to control output manually.

    Here's one of the best resources on the web for this type of thing:
    https://www.flickr.com/groups/strobist/
    Charles Croft

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    Re: Off camera flash control options?

    Yongnou makes a set which are quiet cheap

    haven't used them so cannot comment - see this blog post

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