The Di700 flashgun debuted
at what was to be the last Focus on Imaging show in March of this year,
demonstrating 180º of horizontal rotation and an expanded 7º of downward tilt. 

One feature
that sets the Di700 apart is its external power socket, unique in flashes of
its category. Kenro says that
operating the flash with the new Nissin Power Pack PS 8 (sold separately) will
greatly decrease recycle time – the firm claims a minimum of just 0.1sec.

This feature is
supported by the Di700’s impressive synchronisation, which allows for use of shutter speeds of up
to 1/8000sec.

The Di700 has a colour temperature of 5600K, and also features wireless connectivity and an AF-assist
beam with an effective range of 0.7-6m.

The Nissin
Di700 is available for Nikon and Canon and has a suggested retail price of
£195. For more information, visit or call 01793 615836.