Excerpt: This compact unit doesn't overwhelm my X-T1, and provides quite satisfactory illumination both as a fill flash and as a primary source. The TTL metering works flawlessly and the manual controls are excellent. The unit seems fairly sturdy.
Excerpt: I compared this directly in store with the EF-42 before buying the Nissin i40. The Nissin flash is much nicer than the Fuji. The dedicated dials are great. The flash is well built. It was also smaller and lighter than the Fuji flash and doesn't feel as cheap either. Recharge time is very quick.
Excerpt: Back in February, I bought a Nissan i40 because I needed a flash with more punch than the built-in flash on my Nikon P 7000 and based on my satisfaction with that product, I decided to get another one for my Fuji X Pro 1.
Pros: Compact, Durable, Easy to Use, Lightweight, Powerful
Excerpt: This flash is amazing! Everything under control with the manual dials, so I don't have to go through painful LCD menus to adjust settings. It is quick, can do a lot of pictures with one set of batteries. Small and nice to handle with the included softbox. Way better then the EF-42 of Fuji!
Excerpt: I really want to try flash photography. After doing multiple nights of research for my first flash, I was between Sony HVL-F32M and Nissin i40. I wanted something small for my Sony A7 and has features such as TTL and HSS. I settled on the Nissin i40 due the cheaper price and good reviews.
Excerpt: As much as I like the Fuji X-mount system, the Fuji flash offerings leave a lot to be desired. Two are re-branded Sunpak units (not necessarily a bad thing) and the other is barely adequate power-wise.
Excerpt: I researched this product quite a bit before purchasing it. The size was just right for my Olympus E-M10, the controls were effective and straight forward. However, after receiving it, I tried using it in fully automatic mode with my Olympus 17mm f1.8.
Pros: Easy To Use, Fast Recycling, Lightweight, Powerful Output, Size