don't know if I need this, but I did just buy the Nikon D3100 for my fiance from the last FP deal. This worth it?
It should work, but it will only be manual. No automatic power control (ettl or whatever Nikon calls it). You have to set the power of the flash and the exposure on the camera and make sure it's right. With a better flash the camera will do all of the work and make sure you have the correct exposure for the power of the flash.
Where flashes like this shine is off camera where you want manual control anyway.
Oh, and I love your signature. I am in the same situation, only I only got 1 Touchpad
Last edited by Rusty2192; 04-08-2013 at 07:31 PM..
I've been using this for over a year and it's held on pretty well. The flash is the same compared to an OEM Canon speedlite though if you're using a Canon SLR, you can't change settings of the flash from the camera's menu, you're going to have to adjust settings on the speedlite itself.
I don't know anything about flash and not much about photography. I have a T4i that I will probably use the automatic function most of the time. If I want a nice flash (under $50) to take pictures at a wedding reception at night, what should I go with?
Neewer TT560 Flash Speedlite for $41 or the Bower SFD728C TTL Autofocus Flash for $44? If these are not good options, please recommend.
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