Excerpt: They are definitely not made to the same feel of quality as more mainstream flash names, i.e. Nikon, Sunpak, Canon etc., but surprisingly functional. I purchased and am using 2 units as slaves in a passport photo setup and once I got the "S" setting figured out they work like a charm. Don't know how long to expect them to last, but I voided the warranty the day after I got them to hardwire them to eliminate batteries. I only did that because they were so inexpensive.
Excerpt: ITS SMALL, IT WORKS, I CAN COUNT ON IT, WHAT MORE YOU WANT? IF YOU HAVE A SMALL CAMERA LIKE, LIKE MINE, AND NEED A EXTERNAL FLASH THIS IS THE ONE. I ALSO TEST IT AT 3 FEET AWAY AND IT FIRED TOO.
Pros: Consistent Output, Durable, Easy To Use, Fast Recycling, Lightweight, Powerful Output, Versatile
Excerpt: I bought this to replace my similar flash, but my camera, even with the flash having full batteries, would shoot faster than the flash could handle. No matter what I did, the bottom half o every photo was completely black. I changed all of my settings in an attempt to fix this, but nothing worked.
Excerpt: This flash could really use some manual controls. As an auto flash it works fine, but if you have a couple flashes pointed at your subject, they can trick each other into putting out less light than you want from them. You can fool the flash into giving out more light with a bit of tape over the sensor, but that's not quite convenient. Still though, they fire reliably for me as optical slaves and with some fiddling I can get the kind of light I want.
Excerpt: It gives ma great results. In fact, the body of flash is from plastic. It's not stiff enough. So, I have to take care of it to not broke it when I want to install it on the camera. But the qualty of photos are resonable.
Excerpt: I use this for my Canon 300D when I have an indoor shoot. It works well and does what it promises to do. This is my first hotshoe flash, so I don't have much to compare it to - but the difference between this and the on camera flash really is amazing. You will have to do a little bit of experimenting with your aperture and shutter speeds in order to get the desired result (which makes it not so desirable for a changing environment).