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Bundred & Thick via Amazon has Neewer 750II TTL Flash Speedlite w/ LCD Display for Nikon DSLR Cameras (10070994) on sale for $39.01 when you apply promotion code NWFLASHJAN19 at checkout. Shipping is free. Thanks CalmStag291

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  • Compatible with Nikon D7200 D7100 D7000 D5500 D5300 D5200 D5100 D5000 D3300 D3200 D3100 D3000 D700 D600 D500 D90 D80 D70 D60 D50 and Other Nikon DSLR Cameras
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The $65 flash you reference is very misleading because it can do nothing like the OPs flash. You know your $65 Godox Flash by itself is a manual only flash with no metering of the exposure, you set the power you think is correct and hope it comes out OK, versus the OPs flash that provides TTL metering using your cameras sensor to provide correct exposures.

You can probably buy adapters from Godox to provide metering but at what extra cost and even if you do can that can the Godox flash be used for on camera in TTL flash mode?

Can you walk around in a party etc, with your camera taking pictures with the Godox using TTL Flash or must you be dragging those flash stands or be locked into the area you have your stands set up in?

How much would the Godox cost with TTL capabilities a couple of flash heads (to get those better results you speak of) and a couple of light stands to support them, should you also include reflectors/shades?

Wouldn't it be more suited for a studio environment then just taking pictures.
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What a ridiculous statement. As if the average person has time to readjust output until the light output is perfect. Never mind that your subject is almost never static.

TTL was an awesome invention. I started photography in the film days with Nikon FMs, nikkormats and k1000s. While exposure was never rocket science, plenty screwed up because they lacked the knowledge. Most today still do not have that knowledge.

Your assumption is that everyone who needs a flash is doing in a controlled environment (studio) when that's probably less than 5% of everyone who buys a hot shoe flash.
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Fakespot rated A, looks like a genuine discount too, thanks OP.
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This is fine if you only need on-camera TTL flash. For more advanced off-camera flash (and higher quality results), the Godox system is far better. The basic TT600 is $65. It has more power, and multiple wireless radio flash trigger modes. It's compatible with a wide range of Godox gear.
The $65 flash you reference is very misleading because it can do nothing like the OPs flash. You know your $65 Godox Flash by itself is a manual only flash with no metering of the exposure, you set the power you think is correct and hope it comes out OK, versus the OPs flash that provides TTL metering using your cameras sensor to provide correct exposures.

You can probably buy adapters from Godox to provide metering but at what extra cost and even if you do can that can the Godox flash be used for on camera in TTL flash mode?

Can you walk around in a party etc, with your camera taking pictures with the Godox using TTL Flash or must you be dragging those flash stands or be locked into the area you have your stands set up in?

How much would the Godox cost with TTL capabilities a couple of flash heads (to get those better results you speak of) and a couple of light stands to support them, should you also include reflectors/shades?

Wouldn't it be more suited for a studio environment then just taking pictures.
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The $65 flash you reference is very misleading because it can do nothing like the OPs flash. You know your $65 Godox Flash by itself is a manual only flash with no metering of the exposure, you set the power you think is correct and hope it comes out OK, versus the OPs flash that provides TTL metering using your cameras sensor to provide correct exposures.

You can probably buy adapters from Godox to provide metering but at what extra cost and even if you do can that can the Godox flash be used for on camera in TTL flash mode?

Can you walk around in a party etc, with your camera taking pictures with the Godox using TTL Flash or must you be dragging those flash stands or be locked into the area you have your stands set up in?

How much would the Godox cost with TTL capabilities a couple of flash heads (to get those better results you speak of) and a couple of light stands to support them, should you also include reflectors/shades?

Wouldn't it be more suited for a studio environment then just taking pictures.
Agree that the TT600 is misleading because it's manual only. The TTL version would be TT685, around $110.

However, if you're willing to invest, get the TTL version of Godox (TT685 or V860II) with a Godox remote trigger ($46). That combination is very flexible, especially when the flash itself comes with a foot so I can stand it on top of a cupboard or a high flat surface to bounce off the ceiling. The tiny remote trigger is perfect for my compact X-T20, I can walk around the room taking pictures without dragging the flash around.

Not to mention that all Godox flashes are compatible with all Godox trigger, so you just need to buy another remote if you have another camera brand.

The V860II was on sale with a free remote a while back:
https://slickdeals.net/f/11168339-flashpoint-zoom-li-on-r2-ttl-on-camera-flash-speedlight-free-46-wireless-transmitter-remote-godox-v860ii-rebrand-180-total
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This flash is now $39 In December 2017 my daughter got it for $51 and has been using it on her Nikon D3300 with very good results bouncing it off walls, ceiling, etc..

For $39 it is a Steal, just get ti.
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I've been watching this since before Christmas. Can't wait to try it on my Nikon D3400.
Great price! Thanks for posting.
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Agree that the TT600 is misleading because it's manual only. The TTL version would be TT685, around $110.

However, if you're willing to invest, get the TTL version of Godox (TT685 or V860II) with a Godox remote trigger ($46). That combination is very flexible, especially when the flash itself comes with a foot so I can stand it on top of a cupboard or a high flat surface to bounce off the ceiling. The tiny remote trigger is perfect for my compact X-T20, I can walk around the room taking pictures without dragging the flash around.

Not to mention that all Godox flashes are compatible with all Godox trigger, so you just need to buy another remote if you have another camera brand.

The V860II was on sale with a free remote a while back:
https://slickdeals.net/f/11168339-flashpoint-zoom-li-on-r2-ttl-on-camera-flash-speedlight-free-46-wireless-transmitter-remote-godox-v860ii-rebrand-180-total
Agreed, the Godox brand has a good and mostly affordable ecosystem. I have the TT350 - it's low power but has all the features. I'll be investing the trigger next so I can do some off camera shoots, and maybe some more dumb flashes with receivers later.

I would definitely be opting for this if I didn't already have an upgrade path.
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I bought a D5600 and know little to nothing about it but this flash made my indoor pics 100% better
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