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Meike MK910 i-TTL Flash Speedlite HSS Master for Nikon SB900 D800 D810 D7000 D5300 D5200 D5100 D3200 D3100 D3000 Camera

Meike MK910 i-TTL Flash Speedlite HSS Master for Nikon SB900 D800 D810 D7000 D5300 D5200 D5100 D3200 D3100 D3000 Camera

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The MK910 is a high-performance speedlite with TTL function. Auto FP high-speed sync and Advancing wireless lighting.

Features:
-i-TTL mode, monitor pre-flashes are fired at all times. The subject is correctly exposed by the light from the flash lighting and the exposure is less affected by ambient light.
-Advanced wireless lighting, with advanced wireless lighting, wireless multiple flash operation in the TTL (i-TTL)mode can be accomplished with CLS-compatible digital SLRs. In this mode, you can divide the remote flash units into three groups and control the flash output independently for each group, expanding your range of creative multiple-flash shooting techniques.
-AF-assist illuminator, in autofocus operation, the MK910 emits AF-Assist illumination, which matches the wider AF area of CLS-compatible cameras. With cameras supporting this function, autofocus photography in dim lighting is possible even when the camera’s focus point (focus area) is changed.
-Auto FP high-speed sync,high-speed flash synchronization at a compatible camera's highest shutter speed is possible. This is useful when you want to use a wider aperture to achieve shallow depth to blur the background.
-FV Lock (Flash Value Lock), Flash value, or "FV", is the amount of flash exposure for the subject. Using FV Lock with compatible cameras, you can lock in the appropriate flash exposure for the main subject. This flash exposure is locked in, even if you change the aperture or composition, or zoom the lens in and out.
-Support manual flash mode and repeating flash mode.
-Support rear-curtain flash sync.

Specifications:
Flash shooting distance range: 0.6m to 16m 
(varies depending on camera's image area setting, ISO sensitivity zoom position, and lens aperture in use)
Available flash mode: TTL, Manual flash, Repeating flash
Other available functions: Test firing, monitor pre-flashes, AF-assist illuminator, and Modeling illuminator
MK910 Creative lighting system:
A variety of flash operations are available with compatible cameras: i-TTL mode, advanced wireless light, FV Lock flash, flash color information communication, Auto FP High-speed sync, and wide-area AF-Assist illuminator
Multiple flash operation: Advanced wireless lighting
Flash exposure control set on the camera:Auto FP high-speed sync mode, slow-sync, front-curtain sync, rear-curtain sync
Bounce capability: 
Flash head tiles down to -7° or up to 90° with click-down-stops at -7°, 0°, 45°, 60°, 75°, 90°
Flash head rotates horizontally 180° to the left and right with click-stops at 0°, 30°, 60°, 75°, 90°, 120°, 150°, 180° 
Power ON/OFF: Rotate the power ON-OFF switch to turn the MK910 on or off stand function can be set
Power source: Use four AA-type batteries (Alkaline, Lithium, OxyrideTX or Ni-MH are usable) (not included)
Mounting foot lock level: Provides secure attachment of MK900 to camera’s accessory shoe using locking plate and mount pin to prevent accidental detachment
Flash output level compensation:  -3.0 +3.0 EV in increments of 1/3 steps in the i-TTL; auto flash
Custom setting: 5 items
Other function: Thermal Cut-out
Item size: 19.5 * 7.5 * 6.5cm / 7.7 * 3.0 * 2.6in
Item weight: 409g / 14.4oz
Package size: 21 * 11 * 9cm / 8.3 * 4.3 * 3.5in
Package weight: 661g / 1.46LB

Package List:
1 * Speedlite
1 * Mini Stand

1 * Bag
1 * User Manual(Chinese&English)
 

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  • By Frank Cosmano

    January 17, 2018

    MEIKE Speed Light for Nikon: I purchased a MEIKE MK910 Speed Light. It’s a Nikon SB910 knock off. It preforms as advertised. I am really loving this Speed Light. Some of the customer write up’s said they had some problems with some of the features. I have not. I was really impressed how well it worked with the Nikon CLS (creative lighting system). It worked perfectly when I set up my pop up flash as commander and set up with my SB700, SB600 and the MK910 as remote flash units. It worked perfectly. It also goes into slave mode with either TTL or manual. So it is very easy to use this Speed Light off camera. The repeat flash function is amazing. Works really well in either TTL of Manual. Its build quality is very good. Also, it is lighter than my SB750. The cost was 103 dollars compared with the price of the SB910 which is just a little under 600 dollars new. If there are any flaws I can live with them. I also like that the zoom range goes out to 180mm. My SB750 only zoom to 85mm. I really like the extra reach. Just thought some of you might want to take a look at this Speed Light. I think if my testing continues in the way it is so far, I am gonna buy a couple more 

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  • By MP

    December 20, 2017

    I got this today after my SB-900 finally died on me. No idea what happened to the SB-900, but I figure I'd give this a shot since it was less than 1/3 the price of the SB-910. I shoot real estate, so all of my flashes are off camera. This works both as a master and a remote flawlessly so far. I've put it through all sorts of scenarios today and I haven't seen any difference in this compared to my old SB-900 in terms of function. I will update this review as time goes by and I have a chance to test it more. The main difference I notice is that it does have a cheaper feel to it, specifically the rotating wheel on the back. The menu is also significantly less substantial and the navigation is different, though it seems to get the job done as well as my SB-900 did. On camera, the flash yields consistently good results in Manual mode. I almost never use TTL, but that seemed to work well when tested also. I did notice that the focusing beam is slightly off-center and causes misses from time to time. This doesn't concern me as I am not a wedding or event photographer. I'm purchasing another as long as this one holds up over the next few weeks.

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  • By Kenyon

    December 14, 2017

    Just got the flash and used it a couple of times. Will continue to update this review. However, the flash from what I can tell so far is absolutely perfect for anyone who just need a good flash that isn't a brand name. UPDATE: I just used the flash this past Saturday along with the Pixel Pro External Flash Battery Pack and Gary Fong LSUCLOUD Lightsphere Universal Cloud. This combination worked so good that almost every picture I took was excellent. I was able to take consistent pictures one after the other all day without the flash getting hot not even once! I took over 1500 pictures and the flash was able to communication with the camera about everything. I was especially impressed with how the flash was able to determined the zoom range of the lens and zoom the flash bulb. I will say that using the flash the day before on a sunny day did result in it over heating. So be careful when using it on bright sunny days. The only other issue I had was with the line of site using the CLS. My SB-800 was able to flash more consistently even without being direct line of sight. Other than that, I would recommend this flash and those other accessories. Winning combination. UPDATE: After using the flash for about 3 months, the flash continued to work, however the switch that turns the flash on has a short that disables button that allows the modes to be changed. Unless I play with the power switch, I am unable to change the modes. B/C of this, the flash is reduced to being a slave which isn't a problem as long as a transmitter is attached. So the conclusion is the flash works, but not very well constructed to last throughout multiple uses. So buy as long as you need a slave flash with the power of a 910.

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  • By miguel thompson

    November 18, 2017

    I purchased this (not on Tomtop) when it first came out. The other day I was using it off camera at a high rate and it overheated. I accidentally knocked it over on my way to shut it off and it fell from a height of 4 feet. After the fall it would not fire. I kept getting an overheating signal on the LCD. Being that I purchased it from overseas, I figured it would cost more to send it in than to replace it. So I took it apart and I found that the transformer had broken off the PCB. It looks like it had gotten so hot that the solder became soft; the force of the impact was enough to cause the transformer to break away from the PCB. It was a great flash unit and I just finished buying another one to replace it! As far as the reviews go for using it as a remote flash, the IR sensor must line up with the camera body. If it is not in sight, then it will not flash. I was able to get mine to fire from a 15-18 foot distance without any issues.

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  • By Chester Mckinney

    December 30, 2017

    really like this flashes... Can instantly tell that they are not as powerful as the Nikon brand. But for the performance that they are capable of and for the price they are sold. I am pleased !!

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  • By trishanne

    December 28, 2017

    Useful product in lesser money

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  • By M. Regala

    December 17, 2017

    Does what it claims! Optical slave in S1 mode. HSS works with CLS and my Phottix Odin triggers. Works in hot shoe. Seems too good to be true, will need some time to determine durability, as I've only tested it around the house, not in the field.

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  • By Andrew

    December 16, 2017

    Fantastic alternative to the SB-910. Controls do everything I need them to, I-TTL works great, temps stay low. Might be purchasing a 2nd one for a backup when my budget is right.

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  • By RO

    December 15, 2017

    I'm just starting with speed lights in my photography journey as I've been looking for an alternative to the expensive branded ones like (nikon SB 910) all I can say is that so far the experience have been great and I am very happy about my purchase. :)

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  • By Yerrick Lloyd

    December 12, 2017

    Absolutely love it! new to ttl flash. very easy to understand and adjust setting.

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  • By Joseph M.

    December 12, 2017

    The Meike flash operates like the Nikon that it replicates, but in all fairness it does not have the power of the Nikon flash. Also, in fairness, the flash is well worth the cost, and it does work for 95% of what most people want to use it for. Once you know how to use this flash, you will know how to use the Nikon flash. It works well, and I am happy I bought it. I do have some Nikon flashes, so I make these comments out of experience.

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  • By Lori J. Moore

    December 8, 2017

    Works great unless a heavy work load. I had a big event and the unit over heated and an alarm sounded until I took out the batteries. The batteries were so hot I could not hold them. would not use for a wedding but newborn photography or family photos works great

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  • By Reader

    December 8, 2017

    Very good flash. Love the flash. Will suck up a lot of battery if on full TTL. I use it on manual to preserve battery life zoom head kills the battery. But other than that, awesome. Works perfectly on my Nikon Dslr.

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  • By Dave R

    December 4, 2017

    Good speed light! I'll never pay for the "name brand" speed light again, they're way over priced! This speed light is worth every penny! Works great as TTL and high-speed sync. I'll buy 3-4 more and have an awesome light setup for the price of one "name brand" unit.

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  • By j***l

    April 28, 2015

    Fast Shipping, Fantastic item

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  • By f***a

    April 18, 2015

    ok, tudo certo

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  • By j***b

    April 16, 2015

    good.

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  • By r***c

    March 31, 2015

    great alternative

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  • By j***r

    March 31, 2015

    Great piece! Great customer service.. Fast shipping A+++

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  • By j***l

    March 22, 2015

    a+

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