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TRIOPO TR-980 Flashgun Speedlite TTL as YN-565EX For Nikon Camera D700 D300 D7000 D3000

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Attach the Triopo TR980 TTL shoe mount flash to your Nikon camera and get the desired illumination for your photos. You can choose from a wide range of flash modes, like TTL, M, RPT, and MA, that is offered by this Triopo camera flash for versatile a...
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Specifications:

 

Guide Number


54 meters (ISO 100, 105mm)


Circuit design


IGBT ( insulated Gate Bipolar Transistor)


Flash Mode


TTL,M,RPT,MA


Zoom Range


18,24, 28, 35, 50, 70, 85,105,135,180mm


Horizontal rotation angle


0~360 degree


Vertical rotation angle


0~90 degree


Power


4 X AA size Batteries ( Alkaline or Ni-MH are usable)


Flash Duration


1/200s~1/20000s


Lighting times


100 - 1500 times (with AA alkaline batteries)


Recycle Time


approx 3s (AA alkaline cell used)


Color Temperature


5500K


External interface


hot shoe, PC port and eternal charging port


Flash Duration


1/200s~1/20000s


Wireless triggering distance


distance 20~30m indoor, 10~15m outdoor


Flash Control


TTL auto flash or manual level 8 light quantity output contral with 0.3 stop increment


Dimensions


57×75×200mm (Extended state)


Net Weight


340g



Features:


  • This professional flash light supports fully automatic TTL operation, which is quite convenient for you
  • Featuring multi-angle rotating head, the professional flash light allows flexible bounce flash photography
  • The flash light fully meets the professional photographers and advanced photography enthusiasts' needs
  • This professional flash light is dedicated for digital and analog SLR cameras
  • Photographers can use this camera speed light for Canon to capture every detail from the black of tuxedos to the white of wide smiles and wedding dresses

Details:
TRIOPO TR-980 Flashgun Speedlite TTL as YN-565EX For Nikon Camera D700 D300 D7000 D3000


  • This professional flash light supports fully automatic TTL operation, which is quite convenient for you

TRIOPO TR-980 Flashgun Speedlite TTL as YN-565EX For Nikon Camera D700 D300 D7000 D3000


  • Featuring multi-angle rotating head, the professional flash light allows flexible bounce flash photography

TRIOPO TR-980 Flashgun Speedlite TTL as YN-565EX For Nikon Camera D700 D300 D7000 D3000


  • The flash light fully meets the professional photographers and advanced photography enthusiasts' needs

TRIOPO TR-980 Flashgun Speedlite TTL as YN-565EX For Nikon Camera D700 D300 D7000 D3000


  • This professional flash light is dedicated for digital and analog SLR cameras

TRIOPO TR-980 Flashgun Speedlite TTL as YN-565EX For Nikon Camera D700 D300 D7000 D3000          TRIOPO TR-980 Flashgun Speedlite TTL as YN-565EX For Nikon Camera D700 D300 D7000 D3000


  • Photographers can use this camera speed light for Canon to capture every detail from the black of tuxedos to the white of wide smiles and wedding dresses

How to Use Speed Lights for Studio Lighting:


TRIOPO TR-980 Flashgun Speedlite TTL as YN-565EX For Nikon Camera D700 D300 D7000 D3000


Speed lights are an inexpensive way for many photographers to get into the world of studio lighting. Speed lights are smaller, lighter and easier to carry from job to job when compared to traditional studio strobes, and don't require massive battery packs to operate. Studio strobes pack a lot more power, but off-camera lighting using speed lights is a popular way to get professional lighting effects, to enhance portrait photography, or get the classic "mugshot" look for a photojournalism assignment


  • Set Up: Lock each flash in place on one light stand. Attach the modifier. A modifier can be anything that alters the quality or strength of light coming from the flash bulb, typically a shoot through or reflective umbrella or a softbox. A typical lighting setup consists of three lights, two lights in front of the subject and one light, a kicker light, used to light either the back of the subject or the background
  • Turn on each speed light. Turn on all three receivers. Check all receiver channels with the wireless trigger. Test the speed lights by pressing the test button on your wireless receiver. If the speed lights do not fire, check that all triggers are set to the same channel and check the batteries in each flash and each trigger
  • Attach a wireless receiver to your camera. Test fire a few shots and watch that all three speed lights flash in sync with the shutter
  • Use: Arrange the speed lights around the subject. One speed light should be camera left, angled towards the subject. The second speed light should be camera right and angled at the subject. The third speed light should be used as a kicker light, pointing at the subject from behind or pointed at the background
  • Take a photograph and evaluate the result. Adjust the ratio of light by reducing the power to the right or left speed light
  • Take a photograph and evaluate the result. Adjust the angle and distance of the speed lights to the subject
  • Continue to adjust power, angle and distance of all three lights and evaluate the results for comparison. Keep the digital files as reference for future assignments and keep a lighting diagram attached to the files

Types of Flashes:

TRIOPO TR-980 Flashgun Speedlite TTL as YN-565EX For Nikon Camera D700 D300 D7000 D3000



  • Flashbulbs: Kodak Hawkeye with "Kodalite Flasholder" and Sylvania P25 blue-dot daylight-type flashbulbThe earliest flashes had of a quantity of thermite flash powder that was ignited by hand. Later, magnesium filaments were contained in flash bulbs, and electrically ignited by a contact in the camera shutter; such a bulb could only be used once, and was too hot to handle immediately after use, but the confinement of what would otherwise have amounted to a small explosion was an important advance
  • Flashcubes, Magicubes and Flipflash: Flashcube fitted to a Kodak Instamatic camera, showing both unused (left) and used (right) bulbs. Undersides of Flashcube (left) and Magicube (right) cartridges.In the late 1960s, Kodak improved their Instamatic camera line by replacing the individual flashbulb technology (used on early Instamatics) with the Flashcube
  • Modern Flash Technology: Today[update]'s flash units are often electronic flashtubes. An electronic flash contains a tube filled with xenon gas, where electricity of high voltage is discharged to generate an electrical arc that emits a short flash of light
  • Flash Intensity: Unlike flashbulbs, the intensity of an electronic flash can be adjusted on some units. Small flash units typically vary the length of time of the discharge, larger (studio) units typically charge the capacitor less
  • LED Flash (Illumination): Although they are not yet at the power levels to replace xenon flash devices in still cameras, LEDs (specifically, high current flash LEDs) have recently been used as flash sources in camera phones
  • Focal Plane Shutter Synchronization: Electronic flash units have compatibility issues with focal plane shutters. Focal plane shutters expose using two curtains that cross the sensor. The first one opens and then the second curtain follows it after a delay equal to the nominal shutter speed

Package Included:


  • 1 x TR980 Speedlite