NISSIN i60A Speedlight with 2.4GHz Radio Receiver Announcement

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Type For Canon, Nikon, Sony, M 4/3, Fujifilm
Guide number 60m (ISO100 / 200 mm)
Focal length 24 – 200mm (16mm when using build-in wide panel)
Power supply AA – four (sold separately)
LED Light continuous emission – 3.5 hours (at full power)
Recycle Time 0.1 seconds to 5.5 seconds
Number of Flashes 220 to 1,500 times (when using internal battery)
Flash Duration 1/800 to 1/20,000
Color temperature About 5,600K
Mode [Full auto / TTL] i-TTL (for Nikon) / E-TTL II / E-TTL (for Canon)
ADI / P-TTL (for Sony), TTL (for M Four Thirds), TTL (for Fujifilm)
[Manual] 1/256 ~ 1/1, in 1/3 EV steps
Wireless 2.4GHz Wireless TTL Slave: radio transmission (NAS specifications).
Optical Wireless TTL Slave (only corresponding to brand of camera systems) (*1)
Optical slave mode (*2) (SD / SF mode)
Flash exposure comp. -2 to +2 EV in increments of 1/3 EV
Bounce position Tilt upward 90 ° · left 180 ° · right 180 °
Flash exposure control FE / FV lock, rear curtain sync, high-speed sync (All mounts)
red-eye reduction mode, slow synchro mode corresponding (for Nikon mount only)
AF-assist range 0.7 – 5m
Operation panel LED Color panel, select dial
External ports External power source socket
Radio specification 2.4GHz ISM band (Obtaining technical standards conformity certification)
Accessories Soft case, stand with tripod screw hole
Size About 98 (H) x 73 (W) x 112 (D) mm
Mass About 300g (excluding batteries)

(*1) Not correspond to the wireless optical TTL master. Can be set as A/B/C group
(*2) SD: Pre-flash, SF:Flash Signal by Air 1


The Nissin i60A Speedlights will be available from May 2016, in Canon and Nikon mount versions. With a Sony, Micro 4/3rds, and Fujifilm versions to follow.

Prices have not yet been specified.


For more details see Flashhavoc




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  • But, the press release says the wireless transmitter is not supported on Fuji. This only works with Fuji TTL, etc. on camera.

    • I’m not big on Flashes, but from my reading of Flashhavoc’s coverage the i60A supports the proprietary wireless that Canon/Nikon use in addition to their own. So if you want to use this flash wireless you have to buy into the NISSIN system. So this flash works with their control module etc…

      • There are physical mount versions of the flash compatible with Fuji for on camera TTL functionality. All mount versions include wireless receiver functionality for Canon, Nikon, & Sony. None work in RF mode with Fuji, though. So from the perspective of a Fuji users, the RF functionality may as well not exist. I’m not sure if the optical TTL slave modes work with Fuji or not. But if you use Fuji and one of Canon, Nikon or Sony, your Fuji mount flashes could also be used along with your other system camera as an RF slave. I guess that’s something.

        • Whenever I have used a Flash it has been manually. I’m a big fan of leaf shutters and love it in my Q. The original X100 was the first camera to make me learn how to really tweak high speed flash sync, but I haven’t had an opportunity to work with it much.