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DIGITAL TTL POWER ZOOM FLASH
Nissin Japan Ltd., Tokyo http://www.nissin-japan.com
Nissin Marketing Ltd., Hong Kong http://www.nissindigital.com
S0710 REV. 1.3
Thank you for purchasing a Nissin product
Before using this flash unit, please read this instruction manual and refer to your camera owners manual carefully to get a better understanding of proper operation to enjoy flash photography.
SIMPLE OPERATION When attaching Di866 Mark II to the camera, the basic flash exposure operation is fully controlled by the camera. It is the same idea as you use the built-in camera flash, but it is placed on the hotshoe of the camera instead of built-in. ADVANCED FUNCTIONS
Nissin Di866 Mark II type Sony is designed for Sony digital SLR, with the latest TTL flash control system, and features Nissins original rotating color display easily guiding its operations. It works automatically with Sony ADI / P-TTL auto-flash system. Please note that Di866 Mark II type S is not usable with other branded cameras for TTL operation.
Di866 Mark II provides many advanced flash functions. Wireless TTL off camera flash technology, high speed shutter synchronization, frequent repeat-flash system, External Av priority setting, etc. are supported.
Please refer Nissins compatibility list shown in its home page for details. UNIQUE FUNCTION http://www.nissin-japan.com or http://www.nissindigital.com The color display automatically rotates to keep user easily operate the flash unit.
This safety instructions refer important information to use the product safely and properly. Please read the following instructions before using the product.
Light diffusing panel
Fill-in reflector X-terminal
This sign refers the danger or serious damage.
The flash unit contains high voltage electric parts. Do not try to open or repair the flash unit. Return it back to the repair service station or the store you bought it. Do not touch the inside parts from the opening when the unit was dropped or broken. Do not shoot the flash directly to the eye at short distance. It may damage the eye. When taking flash picture, especially toward a baby, it is recommended to keep the flash unit at lease 1 meter (3.3 feet) away from the subject. Or use diffuser or bounce the light to the ceiling or to the wall to soften its intensity. Do not place the flash unit near any flammable gas, chemical or such liquids. It may cause fire or electric shock. Do not touch the flash unit with wet hands or use in the water. The flash unit carries high voltage inside and it may cause an electric shock. Do not shoot the flash unit directly to the driver of automobiles or such vehicles.
Flash head/ Wireless transmitter
USB service port
External service Sub-Flash Remote/ Slave sensor AF-assist light Power Pack socket External auto exposure sensor Lock ring Hotshoe contacts Mounting foot Foot lock pin box
Do not set the flash window close to the human body and shoot, which may get burned.
Place the batteries correctly in position. Placing the batteries in wrong polarity may cause leakage, exothermic heat or explosion.
Wireless TTL Flash Mode
Placing multiple numbers of flashes (remote flash) off camera and controlling the creative TTL lighting.
Variety of custom settings is available for own default value.
page 30 6
Inserting batteries Usable batteries - Alkaline batteries, Lithium batteries, NiMH batteries. 1. Remove the battery magazine and insert 4 x size AA batteries as shown in the picture. 2. The battery compartment is specially designed so that every cell is placed in the same direction to avoid the confusion in poor light condition. 3. +/- symbol is clearly marked at the battery compartment. x4 4. Place the battery magazine back into the body. When the recycle time becomes longer than 20 seconds, replace the batteries with the fresh ones or recharge the batteries (rechargeable batteries).
Di866 Mark II has energy saving double power off function. 1. The power is automatically turned off (to stand-by mode), in about 30 seconds of idle use on the camera or after the last setting job. To save the battery energy, you can select the display-off setting from the custom setting. In this case, the display screen turns off in about 8 seconds of idle use. While Di866 Mark II is in the stand-by mode, display screen turns off and the pilot lamp blinks every 2 seconds showing the flash unit is in stand-by mode. To turn on Di866 Mark II again, press the cameras shutter button halfway or press any button of the flash unit. 2. In case Di866 Mark II is not in use over 30 minutes, the unit is completely turned off and shut out the current leakage from the batteries. To turn on Di866 Mark II again, take the first step of turning the flash unit on. In case of using Di866 Mark II in off-camera-use mode (Wireless TTL flash-slave, Universal Slave / Remote function), it is recommended to change the turn off timer at the Custom setting.ref. page 30. The mode and the value set on the flash unit before turning off is memorized and returns in the same condition when switch it on again.
It is recommended to use all 4 batteries in same brand and type, and replace them all at the same time. Wrong insertion of each cell would not make electric contact.
Mounting Di866 Mark II on the Camera
SETTING THE MODE AND THE FUNCTION
1. Turn off the power switch of both Di866 Mark II and the camera
Full Automatic Flash Control
The modes to be set on the camera: (Full Auto), A (Aperture priority), (Program), S (Shutter priority),
2. Push the lever of the locking ring (in the direction of the arrow) of Di866 Mark II to loosen it as shown in the picture.
(Manual), Close-up, Moving-subject,
3. Slide the mounting foot of Di866 Mark II into the hotshoe of the camera while holding down the lock ring.
Landscape, Night view
4. Release the lock ring of Di866 Mark II when the mounting foot is fully slide into the hotshoe of the camera. 5. Lock pin comes out to hook the foot at the hotshoe for sure contact.
In all those cameras modes listed above, Di866 Mark II will automatically and fully work in ADI / P-TTL automatic flash control system. Set Di866 Mark II to the cameras hotshoe and press the on / off switch to power on. Display screen automatically shows A, the Full Automatic Mode. Di866 Mark II is now set for the cameras automatic flash control system. Press the on/off switch once again to lock this condition on your flash. (Press it again to release the lock) All the jobs required for this mode is completed. When the pilot lamp turns green, press the shutter button of your camera halfway to focus the subject. Shutter speed, aperture and flash mark ( and the display panel of the camera. Press the shutter, and Di866 Mark II is fired. The result is immediately shown on the cameras LCD monitor. Flash power is automatically controlled by the camera and the most proper exposure is obtained on your picture. When you change the focal length of your camera lens, Di866 Mark II responds without delay and set its light source for the proper illumination angle. 10 ) are shown in cameras view finder
Removing Di866 Mark II from the Camera Push down the lock ring and slide the mounting foot of Di866 Mark II off the hotshoe of the camera. Make sure to slide off the mounting foot and completely clear the lock pin off the hooking slot on the hotshoe. Turn on the flash unit Press the on / off switch. Screen A appears, and the mode A is set. The pilot lamp blinks red showing the unit is charging. In a few seconds, the pilot lamp turns green. The display screen automatically turns off in about 30 seconds after the setting job is terminated. For a test-flash, press the pilot lamp. To turn off the flash unit manually, press the on / off switch and hold it for 2 seconds. 9
The lens focal length you set is shown in the display screen of the flash unit.
TTL Flash Exposure Value Compensation
With the latest TTL flash control system, the flash power level is always automatically controlled by the camera for the most appropriate exposure. You can soften or weaken the flash light, or give more light to the subject without changing the environmental or background exposure effect
The flash illumination coverage of Di866 Mark II responds to the lens focal length of 24mm to 105mm (full size format / film camera standard).
Set the cameras mode, select the focal length and take pictures with Di866 Mark II on your camera. Di866 Mark II is a supplement to help you taking a creative and live picture. While you are taking pictures in Full Automatic mode, almost all jobs are automatically done by the camera and you just manually control the camera only.
Di866 Mark II can make it possibly quicker for each shot at respective occasion of flash picture. The modes to be set on camera:
(Full Auto), A (Aperture priority),
Control on the camera
Automatic Automatic Automatic Manual Manual
In all those cameras modes listed above, Di866 Mark II will automatically
Manual Automatic Manual
Any available shutter speed can be set. Any available f-stop can be set. Any shutter speed / f-stop combination can be set.
and fully work in ADI / P-TTL automatic flash control system. Set Di866 Mark II to the cameras hotshoe and press the on / off switch to power on. Display screen shows A. Press set turns to the screen of 6 icons. Select TTL by select button seconds. The TTL flash exposure compensation value 0.0Ev is shown as a default setting. TTL flash exposure compensation is provided in 19 steps by 0.3 Ev increment from -3.00to +3.0 Ev. and set
and the display. Or the
display returns back to the A mode screen in about 8
Select and set
the compensation value you desire.
ADVANCED CUSTOM SETTING An ADVANCED CUSTOM SETTING enables you to enjoy creative flash photography. For advanced flash photography, the following three functions can be set on your flash. Sub Flash Function Di866 Mark II provides an extra small flash 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. On the TTL function screen, press the set button TTL Advance page appears. Select and set
To keep this value on your flash, press on/off switch to lock. (Press it again to release the lock) Take a picture and the aimed subject is shown with required lighting effect by keeping the exposure level of background as originally expected. On some cameras, the TTL flash exposure compensation can be set on the camera. When the flash exposure compensation is set on the flash unit, this value is to be counted in addition to the compensation value you set on the camera. The display screen of the flash unit however shows the exposure compensation value set on the flash unit only.
for 2 seconds.
Subflash and continuously select
or wait for 8 seconds to returns to the TTL
Set the cameras mode, select the flash exposure compensation value and take pictures. Almost all jobs are automatically done by the camera with such compensation of the flash exposure value and you just manually control the camera only.
function screen. The following 6 powers are prepared in accordance with the photographic situation.
Subflash power 1/1 (Full power) 1/2 1/4 1/8 1/16 1/32 1/64 1/128 Guide No. at ISO8.2 1.5 1
This subflash function is available only at bounce photography, and the mark SUB appears when tilting the flash head. When the flash head is set at the normal position, this mark disappears. 13 14
Manual Zoom Setting The reflector position of Di866 Mark II can be set manually. To get an illumination area different from the picture frame either wider or narrower field, manual zoom setting makes a sense. When using Di866 Mark II with non-dedicated camera or traditional film type camera, the reflector position of Di866 Mark II does not respond to the camera lens movement. In this case, use this Manual Zoom Setting. On the TTL function screen, press the set button 2 seconds. TTL Advance page appears. Select set
Manual Power Opertion
The mode to be set on the camera: or
Flash Power can be adjusted manually at option. The photographer can set his desired exposure manually by the most appropriate power in combination with the aperture value set on the camera. 22 different power, from full power to 1/128 power, by every 1/3 stops are available.
Set the camera mode, to select
on your camera.
Set the mode of Di866 Mark II. From the 6 icons screen, on and Select Select M/Av and set M and set
M.Zoom and continuously select
or wait for 8 seconds to returns to the TTL function your desired focal length.
your desired power and set
The camera-subject distance for the most proper exposure is determined by the film speed (ISO) and the F stop set on the camera.
Hi-Speed Sync The flash of Di866 Mark II can be set for camera with higher shutter speeds up to 1/8000 second. On the TTL function screen, press the seconds. TTL Advance page appears. Select Hi-Speed by Press the
This distance is shown in the Manual function screen. The film speed information (ISO) is automatically transferred from the camera. The F. stop you set on the camera is to be set maunally on button for 2
the flash unit, too. To get the camera-subject distance on the display screen, F. Stop setting is required. Press set
for 2 seconds, the screen goes to the to F.Stop line and continuously select
Select On for High-Speed Sync by to the TTL function screen.
system of the control flash you set. Press the set
button or wait for 8 seconds to return to
M function screen. 17 18
Setting of Control and Remote flash: Setting Control flash: The Control flash to be set is one unit only. Place the control flash on the camera and switch it on, and set to Manual function mode or set to the cameras built-in flash on. Make sure which mode you chose, digital pre-flash flash system or analogue flash system. Setting Remote flash Di866 Mark II: Multiple numbers of flashes can be set. Switch Di866 Mark II on and select the appropriate slave system, either SD or SF. When flash is set to the slave function mode, the red LED starts blinking every 2 seconds showing the slave function mode is in order. Make sure the mode you set, SD or SF which should couple with the control flash system. Set remote flash at any place and direct the flash head as you desire. Remote sensor in the remote flash is facing to the camera or to the control flash. Use the included flash stand. Place Di866 Mark II on to the flash stand which can be placed either on a flat place or on the tripod by the screw.
Metal type accessory shoe is not recommended since it may give electric damage on the electrical contact of the flash hotshoe.
slave 3 slave 1 Camera with control flash slave 2
Av. Mode Operation
The flash light is automatically controlled by the photo sensor built-in the flash unit instead of TTL metering. Select your desired F. Stop on Di866 Mark II and set this F. Stop on your camera. The intensity of flash light is automatically controlled for the most proper exposure within the certain area of distance.
Set the camera mode, to select Select M / Av and set Av and set
Set the mode on Di866 Mark II. From the 6 icons screen,.
F. Stop is displayed in the screen in accordance with the ISO setting on the camera. Select your desired F. Stop and set
on the flash unit.
Press on / off switch to lock the value. (Press it again to release the lock) Set the same F. Stop on your camera. The display screen shows the F. Stop selected, the camera-subject maximum distance for the proper exposure and the focal length set on the camera. The flash light is automatically controlled within the distance area. The shortest distance for the proper exposure is approximately 1.0 meter (3 feet) from the camera to the subject. The distance varies by changing the focal length and F. Stop set on Di866 Mark II. This Av. mode of Di866 Mark II is not coupled with cameras aperture setting. The aperture setting on the flash unit is not controlled by the camera. When changing the ISO setting on the camera, the F. Stop of the flash unit is automatically reset for such corresponding ISO value.
When setting Di866 Mark II to the slave function mode, the zoom setting system is automatically set for the Manual Zoom at 24 mm position. The zooming position can be selected manually to any other position available.In this mode, the auto-off timer is recommended to set at 60 minutes or be cancelled (off). The sensing angle of the slave sensor is 100 approx. 19
In this case, reset this F. Stop on you camera. As for the traditional type film cameras, no ISO information or F. Stop information is transferred by the camera. In this case, set ISO value at the Advanced function page of Di866 Mark II. ADVANCED CUSTOM SETTING Advanced custom setting is prepared in this mode. Sub Flash Function Manual Zoom Setting Remote Flash Function In additional to the Manual power mode, the remote flash function supports Av operation mode. Setting Remote flash: Select the slave mode SD or SF and set the desired F.stop and ISO speed on the Remote flash. As for setting Control flash, follow to the instruction manual in the remote flash function page at Manual power operation --- Page 16. page 14 page 15 page 18
Multiple Flash Mode (Repeat flash/Stroboscopic flash)
The mode to be set on the camera: Repeating the flash illumination on the subject freezes the sequence of motion in one frame of picture. In this mode, the power level, frequency and the number of flashes are to be set on the flash unit in advance. Power Ratio: Uncontrolled manual power is provided in 5 steps, from 1/8 to 1/128 power. Frequency : 1 Hz to 90 Hz frequency can be set. Flash Times : 1 time to 90 times can be set. Set the camera mode to the next page. Set the mode on Di866 Mark II. From the 6 icons screen, select and set
Set the shutter speed on your camera in accordance with the guide table in
Value setting screen is appeared with the default values preset as shown. In this mode, the reflector zooming function is automatically set for option. Either Auto zoom or Manual zoom setting is selectable. Select the function and choose the desired value one by one. Press on/off switch to lock this condition. Or press set
or wait for 8 seconds to return the multi
flash function screen.
The use of tripod is recommended for this flash mode.
Wireless Remote Flash Mode
The mode to be set on the camera: (Full Auto), A (Aperture priority), (Program), S (Manual) (Shutter priority),
The shutter speed to be set on the camera is calculated in the following formula. Number of flashes Frequency Shutter Speed Example : To get 20 flashes at 10Hz 20102
Di866 Mark II provides two possibilities of off camera wireless remote flash system. This page explains Wireless Remote flash system. (The other system, remote flash system, is prepared at M and Av. mode - Ref. page 16/ 20) The flash unit placed on the camera, connected by TTL off-camera flash cord is called Control flash. The control flash to be set is one unit only. The flash unit placed off the camera is called Remote Flash. Multiple number
The shutter speed to be set on the camera is 2 seconds or longer. Shutter for bulb setting is also available. Guide Table for the number of flashes
12-14 15-19 20-50 51-20
of flashes can be set and controlled in 2 different types (CTRL and CTRL+). There are 4 channels prepared for signal transmission between the Control flash and the Remote flash. Available combination of flash models and cameras Wireless TTL Flash Pairing Chart Build-in Type: CTRL+ + 900 Type: CTRL +
HVL-F58AM Nissin Di866 Mark II HVL-F58AM Nissin Di866 Mark II
1/8 1/16 1/32 1/64 1/128
Group Setting 380 500
Ch.1 RMT or RMT2
When using an external power pack, you may take continuous frames of multi-exposure pictures. Do not repeat multiple flash more than 10 continuous frames. Take an interval of 10 to 15 minutes between shots. Flash source may be heated up and may cause serious damage to the flash unit. Please note that the basic operation is however controlled by the main batteries (battery magazine) in the flash unit and when the main batteries are exhausted, flash control system does not work. Replace the batteries when recycle time becomes longer than 20 seconds by main batteries only. - ref. External Power Pack (page 34)
Nissin Di866 Mark II
Ch.1, 2, 3, 4 RMT or RMT2
(Ch.1, 2, RMT)
Ch.1, 2, 3, 4 RMT or RMT2 24
Remote flash There is no limit of the numbers of remote flash to set in one time. It is however recommended to set maximum 3 units in one group, as it may cause interference between flashes depending on the photographic conditions. Use flash stand to set the Remote flash. The stand provides the flash shoe and can stay either on the flat surface, or be placed on the tripod or light stand by the screw provided at the bottom.
Setting the Control flash
The modes available on the Control flash are TTL and M mode. The control flash sets the signal transmission channel, flash reflector zooming position, flash mode of the master flash (CTRL) itself and flash mode and value adjustment of the Remote flash at RMT and RMT2 respectively. In the main page Select Wireless mode.
When setting Di866 Mark II to Remote flash, it is recommended to cancel the auto-off setting or set it to 60 minutes at the Custom Settings - Ref. page 30. Refer your flash instruction manual for this function, which may differ according to the flash model. At Remote flash mode, Di866 Mark II is set automatically for manual zoom setting and its reflector position is set for 24mm to cover the wider range of illumination. It is possible to set the desired flash coverage angle manually by select button. Place the Remote flash in consideration to; 1.The slave flash does not shoot its light directly into the camera lens. 2.The wireless flash sensor of the Remote flash is not blocked. 3.The remote flash is usually not placed behind the master flash. 4.In the daylight synchronization, the sensor of remote flash could be saturated by sunlight and its responsibility will extremely be reduced. In this case, the wireless TTL function may not result in success. Making a shade to cover the sensor of remote flash is one of the ideas to help the situation. Where is the Remote flash sensor? Remote flash sensor is provided behind the front panel of Di866 Mark II at the name of Nissin DIGITAL. The sensors sensing angle to respond to the incoming light is about 100.
, the screen shows the 6 icons screen and returns back to
Remote setting page. The function and the value remain recorded as set. When placing more flashes, repeat the same operation procedures instructed above.
REMOTE FLASH SETTING EXAMPLE
A variety of custom settings enable you to customize your Di866 Mark II. RMT From 6 icons, select Custom setting mode and set Select the item to be customized and set the value to customize. 7 custom settings are prepared. My TTL TTL Exposure level custom setting
Master Flash (CTRL)
TTL exposure level is accurately calibrated for standard balance in accordance with Nissins standard. If any adjustment is however required, or if you like to set your own preferable level, it can be adjusted for about 3 Ev. by every 1/3 steps. Modeling Illuminating the subject to find its lighting efficiency. A short pulse of flash light released by the test button illuminates the subjects and monitors the lighting efficiency on the subject. Display can be set off if its not necessary.
RMT2 CREATIVE FLASH LIGHTING: Set Control flash. Set Remote flash/ flashes. Make sure the channel and its group setting are correct. Attach the Control flash to the camera and place the Slave flash/ flashes at any desirable place within the system operation area, which is approximately 10 meters between the Control and Remote flash / flashes depending on the setting condition. Bright ambient light falling onto RMT and / or RMT2 may reduce the effective distance.
To save battery energy, or imply to avoid the display illumination, the display screen can be switched off when not in operation. Set it off, and the display goes off in 8 seconds after the last operation. The display will not be woken up by the cameras shutter release. The display can only be woken up by the operation button of Di866 Mark II.
Cancel the rotating action and keep the image fixed. The screen wont rotate. For the user who prefers distance indication by feet. Select ft instead of meter.
Auto Off Firmware
Auto off timing can be selected from 10min. 15min. 30min. 45min. 60min. or off (cancel). To update the latest firmware. The current firmware version is shown. If necessary to update, press button. Connect the USB cable to computer and press set button to confirm. All those customs setting is reset to the default value and conditions which are provided and set at the factory. This is available for Wireless Remote mode. When using Di866 Mark II as a slave remote flash, a beep sound indicates the master flash triggers successfully.
Functions by Camera setting You do not need to set the flash unit for these functions.
Rear curtain synchronization All modes except Multiple flash mode are available for this sync. system. In rear-curtain sync., the flash fires just before the rear curtain close. By using this function at slow shutter speeds, a moving subject will appear with such moving marks behind. Refer the operation manual of the camera for details. Auto Flash Bracketing Di866 Mark II supports this function at A mode and TTL mode.
Those customized value and conditions are effective on all modes and memorized even the flash unit is switched off. To reset the customized value or conditions, select Reset, choose Yes and set Set. All the memorized data is cancelled and Di866 Mark II is reset to the default value and condition.
By setting this function on the camera, you will get continuous flash pictures in the different exposure effect on each frame. Exposure compensation ratio, number of picture frame is to be set on the camera. Refer the operation manual of the camera for details.
Slow Shutter Synchronization All modes in Di866 Mark II supports the slow shutter synchronization. The flash is controlled at a slow shutter speed to trace the correct exposure on both the main subject and back ground in low light conditions or at night. The slow shutter speed produces a blurring effect of the subject and a sharp flash beam freeze the moment. A combination of slow shutter and flash light creates a motion image in the still picture.
AF assist light emitter Under the low light condition or in a dark place, AF assist light will automatically emitt the red colored beam and illuminate the subject so that the camera can easily focus the subject in darkness. Fill-in reflector and Light diffusing panel built-in For short distance or portrait flash photography, the light should not be too sharp or too strong to the subject. Use fill-in reflector flash or diffuse the light.
Bounce Lighting When taking a picture of a baby or small children, do not shoot the flash straight onto them. Bounce the light off the ceiling or wall so that it wont scare them. When pointing the flash to a subject in front of the wall, it creates an unexpected sharp shadow on the wall which results in poor picture quality. Bounce the light off the ceiling or wall to soften the light over the subject, and the shadow fades out. Turn the flash head upwards or sideway. The wall or ceiling in this case should be flat surface and white color is preferable. Colored ceiling or wall may reflect its color on the subject.
If the subject is close (within 2 meters), turn the flash head 90 upward and pull out the fill-in reflector as shown in the picture. Take a picture as usual. A blink of fill-in flash freshens up the subject in natural image. This small blink of flash is also useful when taking a picture of baby without scaring him. Pull out the light diffusing panel and place it over the flash window as shown in the picture. The diffusing panel softens the flash light and creates a lively color effect upon the subject. Since the light diffusing panel expands the lighting area, it covers the range of 18 mm of focal length lens.
External Power Pack Socket When using an external power source, the number of flashes is increased and the recycling time is shortened. The following external power pack is available in option. Di866 Mark II is automatically Nissin Power Pack PS flashes turned off when Sony External Battery Adaptor FA-EB1AM repeating flash 200 flashes continuously over 20 to 30 times to protect the flash circuitry. It will be automatically reset after 15 minutes of stationary. Please note that the basic operation is controlled by the main batteries(battery magazine) in the flash unit and when the main batteries are exhausted, the flash control system does not work. Replace the batteries when recycle time becomes longer than 20 seconds by main batteries only.
0.7 seconds 2.5 seconds
USB Service Port For firmware update service, Di866 Mark II provides a USB service port. Di866 Mark II is developed to work with the cameras presently available in the market and it may need to install updated firmware to work with the new cameras in the coming future, or the cameras with updated firmware. In this case, a software to work with such new version will be available at Nissins homepage to download. The same USB connector cord included in the cameras package can be used commonly. X terminal Di866 Mark II can be used with non-hotshoe cameras. Some cameras provide a flash synchronization contact at x-terminal instead of hotshoe. For this type of cameras, Di866 Mark II has a x-terminal socket for flash synchronization. A standard sync-cable in the market is usable.
Usable cameras Sony ADI flash system SLR and hotshoe type Compact digital cameras-ref. Nissin official website for camera models. Guide No. 60 / 198 at 105mm focal length (ISO 100 m/ft) 40 / 132 at 35mm focal length (ISO 100 m/ft) Wattage Illumination coverage Power source Battery life Energy Saving Recycle timer Flash Exposure 83 Ws. at full power 24-105mm (18mm with diffuser panel built-in) 4 x LR6 batteries (Size AA Ni-MH or lithium batteries usable) 150-1500 flashes according to the mode (with alkaline batteries) Come to Stand-by mode in 30 seconds, and Power off timer can be set 5.5 seconds with fresh alkaline batteries for full power ADI for Sony digital SLR cameras Automatic exposure metering by external photo sensor Manual exposure (Power ratio available)-Ref G.No. table below AF assist light Color Temperature Flash Duration Effective range of approx. 0.7 to 10 m / 2.3 to 33 ft 5600 K at full power flash 1/300 seconds (full power flash) 1/300-1/30,000 seconds (controlled flash) FP flash for high speed synchronization Wireless flash Wireless Master mode Wireless Remote mode Slave flash function at external auto-exposure Slave to digital pre-flash system Slave to traditional single flash sytem Wireless effective distance External Power Pack 10 meters (Direct position) Service socket for the external power pack(optional accessory) Nissin Power Pack PS300 Sony External Battery Adaptor FA-EB1AM USB service port For firmware update service from homepage USB cord is not included Sync. Contact Cameras hot shoe-ADI for Sony system Traditional sync. System X-terminal socket Dimensions Weight 74 x 134 x 110mm (2.92 x 5.27 x 4.33 inch) 380g
Guide Number and Flash duration table Guide No. at manual exposure mode (ISO 100 in meters/feet) Flash Power Level
Zoom position 24 mm 28 mm 35 mm 50 mm 70 mm 85 mm 105 mm
In case of the following reasons of the defect, it may void the warranty. Please refer to the respective warranty condition for details which varies from different countries. 1. The product is not used in accordance with the instruction of the owner's manual. 2. The product is repaired or modified by the one who is not an authorized repair service provider. 3. When the product is used with the inapplicable cameras, lens or adaptors or such accessories produced by the third party. 4. Fault or defect caused by fire, earthquake, flood, public pollution and such natural accidents. 5. in the case that the product is stored in dust, moisture, extremely high temperature or such poor conditions. 6. Scratch, blemish, crush or worn out by a violently use or treatment. 7. Guarantee card without the name of place purchased or the date of purchase stamped, or no guarantee card.
1/32 5.5 6.9.5 10.5 1/9000
Flash 1/600 Duration (seconds)
TROUBLE SHOOTING The flash unit does not start charging. Batteries are not correctly installed >>> Install batteries to correct direction. Batteries are exhausted >>> Replace the batteries if the recycle time is beyond 20 seconds. The flash unit does not flash. The flash unit is not firmly clipped on the camera >>> Mount the flash unit firmly on the cameras hot shoe. The flash unit is automatically powered off >>> Turn on the switch again. The flash picture is overexposed or underexposed. There is a reflective object or strong lighting near the subject. >>> Use manual exposure flash or an appropriate correction by the TTL exposure level custom setting. The unit is set for manual exposure mode at wrong distance >>> Set to TTL mode or select other power level. 37
Breathtaking quality from capture to playback. Sony 700 the DSLR youve been waiting for.
Sensational image quality
12.24 MP Sony Exmor CMOS sensor with on-chip noise reduction before and after A/D conversion to create clean, low-noise images even at high sensitivity settings. Powerful Bionz image processor screens out noise
before RAW data conversion and image processing to achieve rich image detail, contrast, and color while speeding camera response.
Super SteadyShot in-camera image stabilization enables hand-held shooting at shutter speeds 2.5 to 4 steps slower than would otherwise be possible effective with all system lenses.
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Zoom Lenses and Vertical Grip
See the back cover for camera specifications and a full lineup of 700 system accessories.
DT 18-70mm f/3.5-5.6 (SAL1870) Compact, lightweight standard zoom lens that covers a wide range of shots, from wide-angle to medium telephoto (35mm equivalent: 27 to 105mm).
DT 16-105mm F3.5-5.6 (SAL16105) High-performance compact standard zoom lens with 16mm wide-angle coverage and high 6.6x magnification (35mm equivalent: 24 - 157.5mm).
State-of-the-art camera features
Fast, accurate 11-point center dual cross AF sensor with Eye-Start autofocus system that begins focusing the instant you bring your eye to the camera. 5 frame-per-second continuous shooting at full resolution,
so you can capture fast motion.
Built-in HDMI Output2 terminal for direct connection to Sony BRAVIA HDTV and other compatible HDTV screens so you can view photos in the awesome quality of PhotoTV HD. Large 3.03 XtraFine LCD screen with 921k pixels and
wide-angle viewing for photo-quality viewing and sharing.
Creative Style settings for smooth, fast shooting in a wide range of image styles with advanced D-Range Optimizer to bring out more detail in bright highlights and dark shadows.
Intuitive Quick Navigation interface for simple, comfortable one-handed camera setup and operation. Sony Anti-Dust Technology combines anti-static coating plus sensor vibration function that shakes off dust each time the camera is turned off. Strong, lightweight magnesium alloy body with rugged
construction that resists dust and moisture.1
G Series 70-300mm F4.5-5.6
DT 18-250mm F3.5-6.3 (SAL18250) All-in-one, high-magnification 14x zoom in a compact, lightweight design (35mm equivalent: 27 - 375mm).
Vertical Grip (VG-C70AM) Provides a firm, comfortable grip, with duplicate controls for easy vertical shooting and holds two NP-FM500H InfoLITHIUM batteries.
Telephoto zoom lens with responsive SSM (Super Sonic wave Motor) and minimum focus distance of about 4 ft. (35mm equivalent: 105 - 450mm). Available in Spring 2008.
Optional accessories for
Lens System A total of 24 lenses, including 3 new items, are available for full focal range coverage. Flash / Macro Flash / Ring Light External Flash HVL-F56AM External Flash HVL-F36AM Macro Twin Flash Kit HVL-MT24AM Ring Light HVL-RLAM Flash Accessories External Battery Adapter for Flash FA-EB1AM Off-Camera Shoe for Flash FA-CS1AM Triple Connector for Flash FA-TC1AM Off-Camera Cable for Flash FA-CC1AM Extension Cable for Flash FA-EC1AM Multi-Flash Cable FA-MC1AM Battery / Charger Rechargeable Battery Pack NP-FM500H AC Adapter/Charger AC-VQ900AM
Cases / Straps Exclusive to 700 Soft Carrying Case LCS-AMLC2* (Camera case) Soft Carrying Case LCS-SC20* (System case) Soft Carrying Case LCS- AMSC30 (System case) Lens Accessories Circular PL Filters VF-49CPAM, 55CPAM, 62CPAM, 72CPAM, 77CPAM ND Filters VF-49NDAM, 55NDAM, 62NDAM, 72NDAM, 77NDAM MC Protectors VF-49MPAM, 55MPAM, 62MPAM, 72MPAM, 77MPAM Lens Cases LCL-60AM, LCL-90AM, LCL-140AM Front Lens Caps ALC-F49A, ALC-F55A, ALC-F62A, ALC-F72A, ALC-F77A, ALC-F62Z, ALC-F72Z, ALC-F77Z Rear Lens Cap ALC-R55 Lens Hoods ALC-SH0001, ALC-SH0002, ALC-SH0003, ALC-SH0005, ALC-SH0006 , ALC-SH0007, ALC-SH0008, ALC-SH0009, ALC-SH00010, ALC-SH00011, ALC-SH00013, ALC-SH00014, ALC-SH00016 Others Memory Stick Memory Stick Duo series, Memory Stick PRO-HG Duo series CompactFlash Card NCFB & NCFC Series, NCFD Series Digital Photo Printer DPP-FP90 HDMI Cable VMC-15MHD, VMC-30MHD 700
Shooting Accessories Exclusive to Vertical Grip VG-C70AM
Exclusive to 700 LCD Protect Cover PCK-LH1AM
Exclusive to 700 LCD Protect Sheet PCK-LS1AM
Body Cap ALC-B55 Magnifier FDA-M1AM Angle Finder FDA-A1AM Eyepiece Cup FDA-EP2AM Eyepiece Correctors FDA-ECF05, FDA-ECF10, FDA-ECF15, FDA-ECF20, FDA-ECF30, FDA-ECN10, FDA-ECN20, FDA-ECN30, FDA-ECN40 Remote Commander RM-S1AM Remote Commander RM-L1AM
Shoulder Strap STP-SS2AM (Nylon) Shoulder Strap STP-SH2AM (Genuine leather) Shoulder Strap STP-SB1AM (Neoprene) Shoulder Strap STP-SH1AM (Genuine leather) Shoulder Strap STP-SS1AM (Nylon)
Main specifications of
System Camera type Lens mount Lens compatibility Image Capture Image sensor type Image sensor size Total pixel number Effective pixel number Anti-Dust system Recording Media Slot File system Image format Image size Color space Noise reduction CMOS
Viewfinder Shutter Fixed eye-level system with optical glass type pentaprism 95% 0.9 x, with 50mm lens at infinity Approx. 25 mm from the eyepiece, Approx. 21 mm from the eyepiece frame at -1 diopter -3.0 to +1.0 m-1 Spherical Acute Matte 11 points 0 EV to +18 EV (at ISO 100 equivalent) Single-shot AF, Automatic AF, Continuous AF, Direct Manual Focus, Manual Focus Wide focus area (Auto,11 areas), Spot focus area, Local focus area (11 local areas, selection with the multi-selector) On/Off selectable Type:TTL metering Cell: 40-segment honeycomb-pattern SPC Light metering Range: 0 EV to 20 EV (+2 EV to +20 EV with Spot metering) (at ISO 100 equivalent with F1.4 lens) Mode: Multi segment, Spot, Center weighted Exposure setting Exposure compensation AE bracketing ISO sensitivity (REI) ISO range ISO steps Auto Focus System Built-in flash system Flash metering system Flash mode Flash compensation Manual popup; approx. GN 12 (in meters at ISO 100); coverage of up to 16 mm (in the focal length); approx. 3 sec. recycling time; flash-ready indicator ADI flash / Pre-flash TTL / Manual flash Autoflash, Fill-flash, Rear sync, Slow sync, Manual flash Red-eye reduction, High speed sync (with external flash) +/- 3.0 EV (0.3 / 0.5 EV steps selectable) 3/5 frames, 0.3 / 0.5 / 0.7 EV steps selectable Auto, Program AUTO (with Program Shift), Shutter priority, Aperture priority, Manual, Scene selection (Portrait, Landscape, Macro, Sports action, Sunset, Night view/portrait) +/-3.0 EV, 0.3 EV / 0.5 EV steps selectable Bracket: Cont. / Bracket: Single, with 0.3 / 0.5 / 0.7 EV increments, 3/5 frames selectable AUTO: ISO 200 - 1600 (lower limit / upper limit selectable) ISO100 - 3200 equivalent (Up to ISO 6400 can be set as expanded ISO range) 1/3 EV step Type Speed range Flash sync speed Drive Drive mode Continuous advance rate No. of frames recordable w/ continuous advance Camera Function Depth-of-field preview Auto review LCD Monitor LCD screen size Total number of dots Field of view LCD brightness setting Print Print function Interface HDMI type C minijack HDMI Out USB Out Sync. terminal Video Out Remote Control Wired Wireless PC control Power Power source Battery charger Battery life Power saving mode Others Battery: Solely with the Recheageable Battery Back NP-FM500H (7.2 V) AC adapter: AC-VQ900AM (optional) (7.6 V) BC-VM10 Approx. 650 shots (CIPA measurement) Shut down after 1 / 3 / 5 / 10 / 30 min Approx. 141.7 x 104.8 x 79.7 mm (excl. protrusions) Approx. 690 g (w/o batteries, memory card, body accessories) With optional RM-S1AM or RM-L1AM With RMT-DSLR1 Image data transfer and camera control with supplied software 1920 x1080i 59.94/50 Hz, 1280 x 720p 59.94/50Hz, 720 x 480p 59.94 Hz, 720 x 576p 50 Hz SB2.0 (Hi-Speed), USB Connecting (Mass Storage, PTP, Multi LUN) Adaptable to the sync. terminal of the opposite polarity NTSC / PAL selectable (in Menu) Exif Print, Print Image Matching III, PictBridge, DPOF setting 7.5 cm (3.0 type) TFT 921,600 (640 x 3 (RGB) x 480) dots 100% +/-5 steps Yes (by pressing Depth-of-field preview button) 10 sec. / 5 sec. / 2 sec. / Off selectable Single-frame advance, Continuous advance (H/L selectable), Self-timer (10 sec. / 2 sec. delay, with mirror-up function) Hi: approx. 5 frames/sec. max., Lo: approx.3 frames/sec. PEG (Extra fine): 8, RAW: 17, cRAW (compressed): 24,RAW+JPEG: 11 cRAW+JPEG:12, JPEG (Standard / Fine): No limit (until the memory card is full) Electronically-controlled, vertical-traverse, focal-plane type 1/8000 sec. - 30 sec., bulb 1/250 sec. (Super SteadyShot off), 1/200 sec. (Super SteadyShot on) Type Field of view Magnifiation Eye relief Diopter adjustment Focusing screen Auto Focus System No. of focus points Sensitivity range Focus mode Focus area Eye-Start AF system Auto Focus System
Digital SLR camera with built-in flash and interchangeable lenses Sony mount; compatible with Minolta A-type bayonet mount All Sony lenses and Konica Minolta DYNAX lenses / MAXXUM/
23.5 x 15.6 mm (APS-C type) Approx. 13,053,000 pixels Approx. 12,246,000 pixels Charge protection coating on low pass filter and Image-sensor shift mechanism Memory Stick: Memory Stick Duo, Memory Stick PRO Duo, Memory Stick PRO-HG Duo Dual slot for Memory Stick Duo / CompactFlash FAT 12, 16, 32 JPEG, RAW (ARW 2.0 format), RAW + JPEG RAW: 4288 x 2856, L (12M, 3:2); 4272 x 2848, M (6.4M, 3:2): 3104 x 2064, S (3.0M, 3:2): 2128 x 1424 sRGB, Adobe RGB Long Exp. NR: On/Off, available at shutter speeds longer than 1 sec. High ISO NR: High / Normal / Low, available at ISO 1600 or higher Base Styles: Standard, Vivid, Neutral, Adobe RGB User setting registration: 3 style boxes; Standard, Vivid, Neutral, Adobe RGB, Clear, Deep, Light, Portrait, Landscape, Sunset, Night view, Autumn leaves, B/W, Sepia Adjustable Items: Contrast (-3 to +3 steps), Saturation (-3 to +3 steps), Sharpness (-3 to +3 steps), Brightness (-3 to +3 steps), Zone Matching (-1 to +2 steps) Mode: Off, Standard / Advanced: Auto / Advanced: Level Advanced Level setting: 5 levels DRO advanced bracketing: 3 frames, H/L selectable
White Balance Mode Color temperature Auto, Daylight, Shade, Cloudy,Tungsten, Fluorescent, Flash, Color Temperature / Color filter, Custom 2500 - 9900 k with 19-step Magenta / Green compensation
White balance bracketing 3 frames, H/L selectable Super SteadyShot System Capability Image-sensor shift mechanism Approx. 2.5 EV - 4 EV decrease in shutter speed (varies according to shooting conditions and lens used)
Not waterproof nor splash-proof. HD Output requires a Sony HDMI connector cable; HDTV sold separately. Viewable area, measured diagonally.
Dimension (WxHxD) Weight
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