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KF590N I-TTL Flash for Nikon GN56 Auto-Focus Wireless Slave

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KF590N I-TTL Flash for Nikon GN56 Auto-Focus Wireless Slave
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Features
  • • KF590-EX-N TTL speedlite fits for most of Nikon DSLR Camrea and of which the guide No. is GN56 (ISO100 180MM).
  • • The speedlite is used the same as any other flash - to provide light, either when there isn't enough of it, or where it's coming from the wrong direction or it's 'flat' light.
  • • This flash can meet you when to use a shutter speed that is faster than your camera's native flash sync speed, or to use a wider aperture setting that requires a higher shutter speed.
  • • The item size is 7.87''*2.95''*2.24'', compact and practical design,saving you more space.
  • • Compatible with Nikon DF D5500 D3200 D3100 D3300 D5000 D5100 D5200 D5300 D7000 D7100 D600 D610 D750 D90.
KF590N PROFESSIONAL
I-TTL FLASH
With Auto-Focus Wireless Slave Function for Nikon DSLR Camera.
FUNCTION
Suitable for: Nikon DF D5500 D3200 D3100 D3300 D5000 D5100 D5200 D5300 D7000 D7100 D600 D610 D750 D90,etc.
STROBOSCOPIC FLASH FUNCTION
During a single exposure, let the speedlite flash multiple times. The trajectory of the subject can be captured by strobe flash.
HEAD ROTATION
Vertical rotation angle: ﹣7~90 degrees, horizontal rotation angle: 0~270 degrees, to meet the needs of multi-angle exposure.
0~270° HEAD ROTATION
-7°~90° HEAD ROTATION
Front curtain sync effects
Rear curtain sync effects
S1/S2 LIGHT FLASHING MODE
Wireless master/Slave function: Compatible for Nikon and Nikon wireless flash system, realizing TTL, manual multi flash function far away from camera.
RECEIVER
TRANSMITTER
TTL AUTO METERTING
TTL auto metering, sub ±3 files required to self-adjust the metering mode, the flash automatically control light output, so that every shot is ease.
RECYCLE TIME
2.9 seconds recycle time at full power output avoids timeless waiting.
Auto/manual focus 18-180mm
Manual focus mode could make light output more exact to the desired condition.
Overall Rating   4.7   
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21/03/2016
5
Good Flash - Has almost everything but HSS and Master control
Even at 1/4 the cost of a mid-range Canon/Nikon speedlight, the KF590N still has many of the same features excluding high speed sync and master control. On-camera modes are TTL (any Nikon DSLR), manual, and multi (strobe). Off camera it has optical slave 1 & 2, and 2.4G RC Slave (with TTL, M, Multi). On camera it is compatible with Nikon. But off camera, it can be used as a wirelessly controlled slave by a Canon 580EXII, 600EX, and ST-E2. For Nikon, it can be controlled wirelessly by a SB-900/800/700, and SU-800 Master. Wireless modes include TTL, Manual, and Multi. There are 4 channels and 3 groups.The flash works well in all my tests. It's powerful, the light is evenly distributed with very little vignetting at wide angle, and its controls are easy to use. Included is a case, foot, omnidirectional diffuser, and manual. The case is good quality, and it has a velcro belt buck strap.▐ MODES- TTL: This setting is like the camera built in flash, it will try to get a proper exposure regardless of the cameras ISO and shutter speed. Has exposure compensation of 1/3, up to -/+3 stops.- MANUAL: Adjust the power from 1/128 - 1/1 in 1 stop increments using the horizontal buttons, and 1/3 increments using the vertical buttons.- S1: Flash fires when sensing another flash. This can be either triggered with on camera flash, or another off camera flash.- S2: Flash ignores a TTL pre flash, and fires on the second main flash.- SLAVE: Allows flash to be wirelessly controlled by a MASTER. This is done by first assigning the slave flashes to a channel (1-4) and group (A, B, C).▐ PROS:- TTL- Powerful.- Max 180mm zoom range.- LCD backlight (on/off).- Easy to adjust modes/settings.- 2.4G slave, Manual/TTL/zoom (canon or nikon).- Charge beep feedback to notify that it's ready to fire (on/off).- Thick batteries like Eneloop XX and Powerex IMEDION AAs fit fine.- Nice rubber clicky buttons.- Laser AF Assist beam (on/off).▐ CONS:- Slightly bulkier than most flashes.- Only 270' head rotation instead of 360', can't point it over my left shoulder.- LCD Viewing angle makes it hard to read when high on a stand.- Cannot be controlled by camera commander mode.- No battery level indicator.- No high speed sync.- No Master unit control.▐ CONTROLSThe controls are pretty easy to use, I figured them out myself.- Power button is hold/on off, takes about 1.5 seconds. Mode button cycles through modes.- Light/FN button: 1 press for backlit, hold press to enter the function menu where things like autopower-off, exposure bracketing, AF assist beam, and recycle beep can be adjusted.- Zoom button: 1 press selects zoom, adjusts using horizontal arrows. 2 press to select channel, 3 press to select group.- Arrow buttons - vertical arrows adjust EV comp, or 1/3 increments, horizontal arrows change power in 1stop increments.- Clear button - change slave modes ETTL, ITTL, S1, S2, multi. Press both clear buttons resets flash to factory default. Clear button 2 enables front curtain sync.Mode button: Changes between TTl, manual, multi.- Middle button: OK.Settings do not loupe, meaning you cannot go from 1/1 power to 1/128 without going all the way back down through the in between levels. Not a big deal, but I prefer loupe.▐ CONCLUSIONDespite its few cons such as being slightly bulky, the LCD not being very readable when on a light stand, and not having a full 360' swivel head, this is a good flash for under 100$.4.5 stars. Sample provided for testing and unbiased review.
Good Flash - Has almost everything but HSS and Master control Good Flash - Has almost everything but HSS and Master control Good Flash - Has almost everything but HSS and Master control Good Flash - Has almost everything but HSS and Master control
24/08/2016
5
Very good Product
I'm so glad I finally bought this product. I was hesitant because of the price which is cheaper compared to other competitors but when I had it tested I can say it's NOT " You get what you paid for!" The quality exceeds my expectations. I like the range of the flash that reached up to 180mm. Tested on a zero light dark room and turned out to be very bright. The shipping was a bonus. Arrived a day early and it was very accurate on the day and time. I was very pleased! I'm satisfied and happy on this purchased. I strongly recommend this flash. I love it. Thank you
02/06/2016
5
The external power jack is located on the front of the flash This one is MUCH better compared to the name brand flash I had prev
Price at the time of review- $99.99I had this sent to my mother as she was (is) a professional photographer for years, doing weddings, and many other events while I was growing up.Here are numerous features on this flash that make it a successful product.It states it is for Nikon DSLR Cameras...but also worked on my mothers camera of a different brand.It can be tilted to many different angles - which is helpful depending on what you are taking pictures of.It comes with an external stand if you want to sync the flash to use as a fill in flash - adding light to a subject, or directly on the camera.There is a built-in reflector and build in wide-angle diffuser - which she stated she has not seen on others she has used in the past.There is a Synchronization jack cover.The external power jack is located on the front of the flashThis one is MUCH better compared to the name brand flash I had previously bought for my camera. There are many great features that do not usually come as a part of the flash itself (bought separate).I received this product in exchange for my honest opinion, which I have based on my mothers professional opinion, based on HER personal use and examination of the product.
The external power jack is located on the front of the flash This one is MUCH better compared to the name brand flash I had prev The external power jack is located on the front of the flash This one is MUCH better compared to the name brand flash I had prev The external power jack is located on the front of the flash This one is MUCH better compared to the name brand flash I had prev
27/05/2016
5
Great speedlite!
First of all I have to say I loved this flash.It does exactly what it is supposed to. It has an amazing amount of light output and can be controlled easily.1. It works seamlessly well with Nikon cameras2. It allows to be the only flash (disabling the camera flash), being master or slave.3. Has a built in diffuser4. Uses 4 AA batteries that appear to last forever5. Easy to use with nice back LCD with intuitive interface and easy to press buttons.I've been using it for quite a few days and I have to say it does exactly what it is supposed to, working very well with my Nikon. Sometimes I find the light to be a bit too intense, but for the most part it does a magnificent job with the lighting.It attaches easily and can be well fastened to any camera. I love the built quality and just the right amount of weight.All in all, highly recommended.
21/03/2016
5
Good Flash - Has almost everything but HSS and Master
Even at 1/4 the cost of a mid-range Canon/Nikon speedlight, the KF590N still has many of the same features excluding high speed sync and master control. On-camera modes are TTL (any Nikon DSLR), manual, and multi (strobe). Off camera it has optical slave 1 & 2, and 2.4G RC Slave (with TTL, M, Multi). On camera it is compatible with Nikon. But off camera, it can be used as a wirelessly controlled slave by a Canon 580EXII, 600EX, and ST-E2. For Nikon, it can be controlled wirelessly by a SB-900/800/700, and SU-800 Master. Wireless modes include TTL, Manual, and Multi. There are 4 channels and 3 groups.The flash works well in all my tests. It's powerful, the light is evenly distributed with very little vignetting at wide angle, and its controls are easy to use. Included is a case, foot, omnidirectional diffuser, and manual. The case is good quality, and it has a velcro belt buck strap.▐ MODES- TTL: This setting is like the camera built in flash, it will try to get a proper exposure regardless of the cameras ISO and shutter speed. Has exposure compensation of 1/3, up to -/+3 stops.- MANUAL: Adjust the power from 1/128 - 1/1 in 1 stop increments using the horizontal buttons, and 1/3 increments using the vertical buttons.- S1: Flash fires when sensing another flash. This can be either triggered with on camera flash, or another off camera flash.- S2: Flash ignores a TTL pre flash, and fires on the second main flash.- SLAVE: Allows flash to be wirelessly controlled by a MASTER. This is done by first assigning the slave flashes to a channel (1-4) and group (A, B, C).▐ PROS- TTL- Powerful.- Max 180mm zoom range.- LCD backlight (on/off).- Easy to adjust modes/settings.- 2.4G slave, Manual/TTL/zoom (canon or nikon).- Charge beep feedback to notify that it's ready to fire (on/off).- Thick batteries like Eneloop XX and Powerex IMEDION AAs fit fine.- Nice rubber clicky buttons.- Laser AF Assist beam (on/off).▐ CONS- Slightly bulkier than most flashes.- Only 270' head rotation instead of 360', can't point it over my left shoulder.- LCD Viewing angle makes it hard to read when high on a stand.- Cannot be controlled by camera commander mode.- No battery level indicator.- No high speed sync.- No Master unit control.▐ CONTROLSThe controls are pretty easy to use, I figured them out myself.- Power button is hold/on off, takes about 1.5 seconds. Mode button cycles through modes.- Light/FN button: 1 press for backlit, hold press to enter the function menu where things like autopower-off, exposure bracketing, AF assist beam, and recycle beep can be adjusted.- Zoom button: 1 press selects zoom, adjusts using horizontal arrows. 2 press to select channel, 3 press to select group.- Arrow buttons - vertical arrows adjust EV comp, or 1/3 increments, horizontal arrows change power in 1stop increments.- Clear button - change slave modes ETTL, ITTL, S1, S2, multi. Press both clear buttons resets flash to factory default. Clear button 2 enables front curtain sync.Mode button: Changes between TTl, manual, multi.- Middle button: OK.Settings do not loupe, meaning you cannot go from 1/1 power to 1/128 without going all the way back down through the in between levels. Not a big deal, but I prefer loupe.▐ CONCLUSIONDespite its few cons such as being slightly bulky, the LCD not being very readable when on a light stand, and not having a full 360' swivel head, this is a good flash for under 100$.4.5 stars. Sample provided for testing and unbiased review.
Good Flash - Has almost everything but HSS and Master Good Flash - Has almost everything but HSS and Master Good Flash - Has almost everything but HSS and Master
Flash
Guide Number 56
Manual Flash Yes
Off-Camera Terminal PC
Slave Flash Mode Yes
Coverage 18-180mm
TTL Mode TTL
Slave/Master Mode Yes
Master mode No
Hi-Speed Sync No
Second-Curtain Sync Yes
Modeling lights No
Bounce Head Yes
Internal Power AA battery
Recycle Time 2.9s
Color Temperature 5500K±200K
Voice Prompts Yes
Suitable Camera Nikon Camera
Accessories Instruction Manual/Diffuser/Light Bag/Stent
Stroboscopic Node
Flash Compensation
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