Nissin Di 622 Mark II

Nissin Di 622 Mark II is a fast recycling time flash in a compact, durable body. It features Recycle Time 5 seconds with fresh alkaline batteries; Flash Exposure Automatic Exposure, E-TTL / E-TTL II; Flash Power Lock FE Lock With [ FEL ] or [ * ] Button on EOS Cameras; AF assist light Effective range of approx. 0.7 to 6 m / 2.3 to 20 ft; Color Temperature 5600K; Flash duration 1/8000 second (full power flash), 1/800 – 1/20,000 second (controlled flash); and Wireless Flash. The Nissin Di 622 Mark II measures 77 x 130 x 103mm / 3.0 x 5.12 x 4.05 inches and weighs 315 g / 11 oz (without batteries).

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Overall Rating: ★★★★½ | Latest Price Info

User Opinions

Nissin Di 622 Mark II User Reviews

Great flash for my Canon 60D
“For the price one pays for this flash versus Canon-branded flash, this is an excellent buy! Saw a couple of people doing detailed reviews on this – have to agree that it is quite a powerful flash. Tried it in wireless TTL mode – it works in a simple but reliable way!” – By philip_ng
Rating: ★★★★★

Best bang for the buck
“First thing i noticed is that it is bigger and more powerful than my SB-600. Controls were simple to understand and modify since there is no LCD screen. It is a plug-and-play flash unit. I haven’t tried the optical flash or the TTL optical flash mode but CLS slave mode works perfectly.” – By coconatz
Rating: ★★★★☆

Much Better Than Expected – Go for it!
“I did a ton of research for weeks trying to make a decision on the first flash I would buy for my new Nikon d7000… After going back and forth on choices for a while I thought I would pull the trigger on the Nissin di622 Mark II. I am very glad I did. The quality of the flash body is fantastic as the pictures truly do not do it justice. It isn’t too big but it has a lot of power.” – By C. CANFIELD
Rating: ★★★★★

Great alternative to OEM flashes. Even more versatile than the first gen version
“The Nissin Di622 Mark II flash is a well-built flash with very good light output and recycling time. The price is cheap compared to OEM and other 3rd party offering sans China branded units and the wealth of off-camera triggering modes make this one of the most flexible flash system you can buy if you like off-camera lighting.” – By David L. Tong
Rating: ★★★★★

Great flash for the price
“I was skeptical at first, but after using the flash for a while I have come to find that the flash works pretty well. The flash comes with a stand and function modes that allow you to set it as a slave flash. It also has output adjustment so that you can control the intensity of the flash.” – By Phatmantech
Rating: ★★★★☆

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Features & Specifications

Nissin Di 622 Mark II Features & Specifications

*CLIP & SHOOT 1. Clip it on the camera. 2. Switch it on.3. Release the shutter button. The flash fires and its light is automatically controlled by the camera + flash TTL dedicated system.

*EVERY OPPORTUNITY Many photographers think of using a flash only at night or in poor lighting. However, a flash can be very useful in daylight too. Eliminate the shade under trees. Use fill-in lighting to sharpen the subject. Address catchlight in the eyes, and stop motion. Emphasize the lighting contrast. Enjoy more opportunities to use your flash.

*FIRMWARE UPDATE Tired of your flash no longer working whenever a new camera comes onto the market ? A firmware upgrade service is available for the Di622 , which provides a service terminal to upload the latest software. A charge for the firmware update service will apply, varying depending on the area. Please check at your local dealer for details about the update service. COMPATIBILITY Please check the compatibility chart.

*KEY FEATURES TTL FLASHDi622 MARK II is compatible with Canon’s E-TTL, E-TTLII system, and Nikon’s i-TTL system. Those new digital TTL flash systems control the flash light with greater precision and stability.

*BOUNCE FLASH The flash beam covers the frame from 14mm (with a wide angle diffuser built-in) to 70mm of the digital lens.(*) For a longer lens, the flash head reflector position stays at 70mm.It turns 90 degrees upward and 270 degrees horizontally for bounce lighting. The flash head also stores a small reflection panel for fill-in shots.(*) The focal length for the traditional SLR camera is to be multiplied b a factor of 1.5.

*WIRELESS REMOTE FLASH Di622 Mark II has a wireless remote flash system as a slave unit.You can enjoy creative flash photography with multiple lightings from the various directions. There are 3 slave modes provided. Slave Digital (SD): Di622 Mark II synchronizes to the pre-flash system. The master flash is to be set at TTL (E-TTL for Canon and i-TTL for Nikon.


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Comment by Mark Warner Subscribed to comments via email
2010-12-11 10:04:24

I have the Mark I version and I am really annoyed that it doesn’t work with wireless / remote triggers. Does the Mark II version suffer from the same drawback?

I have much cheaper Yongnuo flashes that give me more joy. Just got a YN560 and I am very pleased with it. they seem to be improving.

i still have my eyes on the Nissin 866, which, I believe, will work wireless / remotely.

 

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