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ESDDI Flash Speedlite for DSLR Cameras with Standard Hot Shoe, Exposure Controllable, Rotatable for $23.71 + FSSS

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ESDDI Direct via Amazon [amazon.com]
  • ESDDI Flash Speedlite for DSLR Cameras, with Standard Hot Shoe, Exposure Controllable, Rotatable for $23.71
Get 30% OFF with code ESDDIOFF30
Original Price $33.87
Rated 4.4 out of 5 stars / Fakespot A.

Features:
  • LED display with 8 exposure levels to choose from;
  • It has multi-mode functions, Model M, Model S1, and Model S2;
  • Vertical rotation angle from 0~90 degrees, horizontal rotation angle from 0~270 degrees;
  • Compatible with Most DSLR cameras such as Canon, Nikon, Olympus, Pentax and so on.
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Though Neewer makes a lot of good quality low price flashes, this deal should be good too.

But I guess the title (Their not the OP) is misleading as this is a manual flash. The type of flash that electronically & physically communicate with camera by via a single pin contact. So it should be suitable for most cameras and not a few mentioned here or their elimination of Sony and Mirrorless that takes a bulk of market today. Of course it may not fit the older Sony/Minolta mount.

I like to know more about its Slave mode and is it wirelessly TTL or that is their one grade higher model.
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Also for the person who Thumbs this Down, would you do your part for the community and tell why you don't like this deal? That may help better and if its only troll, then say so and you may get better responses as well!
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Also for the person who Thumbs this Down, would you do your part for the community and tell why you don't like this deal? That may help better and if its only troll, then say so and you may get better responses as well!
Wasn't me this time, but it's a heavily promoted/sponsored brand and seller. So that may explain the TDs.

Why are you referring to NEEWER (given, another heavily promoted SD sponsor brand)? This item doesn't seem to bear their name? It's ESDDI right, are they affiliated?
what aspect of the title seems misleading? TTL is the more robust flash communication, this one just claims hotshoe.
Both are almost exclusively posted by staffers.
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Thanks.
This looks a lot like Neewer's cheaper versions (Non TTL).
As for title, here they say it fits Canon, Nikon, Olympus Pentax DSLRs.
As mentioned above, it actually fits all the cameras that accept a regular flash base, not only those brands and Mirrorless is not an exception either.

BTW, whether a self promotional (As a lot of deals here on SD in todays date are), this is a great price point, for what you pay and a great tool for a student or beginner, who is eager to learn more and wants to try Slave/Master or likewise manual mode (That actually should be a way for everyone to go, if seriously considering using a flash).
I recommend this flash, no matter who put the it up or whether it is an ad or not, as I don't see anything at this price, with these features. If you know any, please and kindly leave a link.
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Looks like a good tilt/swivel flash for the money. A bag, mini-stand and dome diffuser are included and it has a built in slave. If you know what you are doing with a flash you should be able to get by with something like this quite well. Especially in controlled shooting situations or using it as a second flash.

For someone new to flash spend a little more and get something with TTL to ease the learning curve and so you are ready for any shooting situation. Or not, and you will quickly learn how the output setting on your flash, plus what you bounce the light off of, affects your photos.

At this price you really can't go wrong. Buy 2 or 3. And then learn how to use them.

A decent flash is a much better investment vs buying expensive, fast glass in a vain attempt to make nice images in crappy light. A kit lens will serve most photogs quite well once they understand ambient and strobe lighting. Not that nice lenses aren't nice, but I've met photographers with $$$$ invested in nice glass but no understanding of how to light an image with a simple flash.
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ESDDIOFF30 not working.
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