Opteka IF 980 i TTL Dedicated Auto Focus Speedlight Flash with LCD Display for Nikon Z50 Z7 D850 D7500
The Flash, Rechargeable Batteries, Dedicated Auto Focus Speedlight Flash, Up To 1500 Flash Cycles, Wide Angle Diffuser, Monitor Flash Mode
Reason to Buy
- -7° downward tilt allows to fully illuminate the subject while shooting close-up
- Built-in HV port helps to connect the flash to an external power source
- The flash supports rear curtain synchronization for shooting at slower shutter speeds
- TTL mode may not be accurate
Analysis of 99 reviews for Opteka IF 980 i TTL Dedicated Auto Focus Speedlight Flash with LCD Display for Nikon Z50 Z7 D850 D7500
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BestViewsReviews Ranking and Score for Opteka IF 980 i TTL Dedicated Auto Focus Speedlight Flash with LCD Display for Nikon Z50 Z7 D850 D7500
This product received a total score of 9.57 out of 10, based on review sentiments and user opinions related to 9 features:
What users have to say about Opteka IF 980 i TTL Dedicated Auto Focus Speedlight Flash with LCD Display for Nikon Z50 Z7 D850 D7500
I used a previous model of the Nikon SB-28 but was unable to take advantage of the flash features of the new camera because of the bad reviews on the flash.
The i-TTL smart flash for Nikon cameras was exactly what I needed to take photos in a dimly lit room, at a fraction of the cost of the other name brand flashes.
You don't have to take out the whole camera bag or the spare batteries, I have priced similar flashes up to $130 and more here on Amazon and other sites.
If you forget to turn it off, it will turn off after 30 minutes of non-use, which is why I don't need to jam it into my camera case.
It was easy to use and powerful like my Youngnuo 600, but I don't know how accurate the guide is.
Will it work with the multi shot mode if you turn down the flash?
If you also use an external battery pack, the recycle time will be shortened.
Can someone give me instructions on how to use the D3400?
When you slide the flash into the hot shoe, you should set the camera to ttl.
Will it work for the D50?
I think the D5300 works wonders with the Dseries because I haven't had any issues with it so far.
The manual says it could heat up, but how do I know if it's overheating so it can cool down?
The unit will make a noise when it is overheated.
Does this flash to attach the hot shoe to it?
It works great with both the Nikon D70's and the Nikon D3000.