New transmission motor significantly reduces the operating noise, the volume level (70dB or less) is achieved.
High sensitivity wireless sensors
The high performance wireless sensors cover the distance of 25 meters (Direct remote sensing range). The high-sensitivity sensors, multi-lamp lighting can be performed easily at various locations.
Durable hot-shoe mounting
The metal hot shoe mount can be easily to install and reduce the chance of damage caused by installation.
Tired of your flash no longer working whenever a new camera comes onto the market ? A firmware upgrade service is available for the Di866 Mark II, 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.
Please check the compatibility chart.
Color and Auto Rotate Display bears simple and user friendly features of our design concept
The Color Display will automatically follow camera angle in different position and six icons interface gives user friendly operation and representing different menus – Auto, TTL, Manual/Av, Multi, Wireless TTL (Master/Remote) and Customer Setting.
Various Functions – TTL, Manual/Av, Multi Flash
TTL: Supporting Canon E-TTL/E-TTL II , Nikon i-TTL/i-TTL-BL and Sony ADI/P-TTL. Flash light is automatically controlled by the camera but the flash exposure value can be compensated.
Manual: Flash power can be adjusted manually at 22 levels, from full power to 1/128 power at every 1/3 stops. The appropriate distance to the subject is shown in the display in accordance with the aperture value set on the camera.
Av priority: The flash light can be automatically controlled by the photo sensor built-in the flash unit instead of TTL metering. The F. Stop can be set from F1.4~F16. The distance at the F-stop set on the flash and camera is shown in the display.
Multi Flash: The power ratio can be set from 1/8 to 1/128.
The best solution for off camera flash technique
The Di866 Mark II Wireless TTL system support Canon/Nikon/Sony wireless TTL system. Di866 Mark II can be used jointly with Canon, Nikon and Sony original flash as either Master and Remote (Slave).
The Di866 Mark II also supports digital (pre-flash system) and analogue (film type camera’s flash and/or studio flash under both of Manual and Av. priority mode.
Multi-Flash: Repeating flash for multi-exposure image in one frame.
The power ratio can be set from 1/8 to 1/128.
The Di866 Mark II provides an extra small flash (GN12) below the main flash. This small flash gives a fill-in light while bouncing the main flash. Bouncing the light may shadow the underside of face, and this fill-in flash brightens up the shadow. The power ratio of Sub-Flash can be set from 1/1 to 1/128
Auto Zoom covers 24~105mm focal range. Light diffusing panel covers wide 18mm (35mm format)
TTL exposure level is accurately calibrated for standard balance in accordance with Nissin’s standard. If any adjustment is however required, or if you like to set your own preferable level, it can be adjust for about +3Ev. ~-3Ev. by every 1/3 step.
Quick Loading Battery Magazine
The Di866 Mark II has battery magazine system same as Di866 professional and Di466. A convenient battery magazine provides all four AA-size batteries slot in the same direction, so that the batteries can be correctly inserted without fail even in the poor light condition.
External Service Box
External Power Pack Socket – Di866 Mark II supports Nissin Power Pack PS 300.
X terminal – Di866 Mark II has X-terminal socket for flash synchronization.
USB Service Port – Di866 Mark II provides a USB port to update the latest firmware.
Rear curtain sync and High speed shutter
In Rear curtain sync., the flash fires just before the rear curtain closed. By using this function at slow shutter speed, a moving subject will appear with such moving
High speed sync. is recommended for daylight flash photography.
Flash head tilts up to 90°and rotates horizontally 90°to the right and 180°to the left.
Fill-in reflector and Light diffusing panel installed
Nomenclature & Specification