This Neewer 750II with a high Guide Number of 58, compact size, is supporting TTL, M, MULTI flash mode, LCD, 5600K color temperature, and many more comprehensive functions.
Not only does this flash enable users to precisely control brightness, but it also allows easy change of settings, making it perfect for both beginners and professionals. Additionally, the build quality is too rough and tough, giving it overheat protection along with automatic temperature detection.
It also has a power-saving mode to enable a long service life. It also has bonus features such as Sound indicator, PC port, charging socket for the external power pack, and many more.
Moreover, it comes with a wireless trigger sensor, Electrical socket outlet, and PC synchronous interface while its recycle time is just 3 seconds.
Neewer 750II TTL Flash Speedlite review
It is compatible with majority of Nikon cameras including D7200, D7100, D7000, D5500, D5300, D5200, D5100, D5000, D3300, D3200, D3100, D3000, D700, D600, D500, D90, D80, D70, D60, and D50. Not only does it support Multi-flash lighting Application (S1/S2 mode), it also supports front and back curtain synchronous.
It also features a wireless triggering distance of 20–25m when indoors and 10–15m when outdoors. It sports vertical rotation angles from 0-90 degrees while the horizontal rotation angles are from 0-270 degrees.
The power supply is also reliable as it is equipped with 4XAA size batteries. Indeed, it is a powerful flash that comes at the most reasonable price possible!
Let us look into detail the features of Neewer 750II TTL Flash Speedlite with LCD Display for Nikon to understand what makes it so unique:
This flashlight is built to explore the world with innovation. With its big and bright LCD, which allows users to precisely control brightness and also lets them change other settings with ease, this flash has won many hearts due to its ease of use.
Not only that, its compatibility with many Nikon DSLRs such as D5000, D3000, D3100, D3200, P7100, D7000, D700, P7000 Series, D300, D200, D90, D600, D80, D70 Series, D60, D50, D41 Series has made it ideal for both amateurs and experienced photographers.
It is both decently powered and fully featured just like SB-700, but you can buy six of Neewer 750II Speedlight at the price of one SB-700! So it is exactly like the high-end models but cost way less!
Thus, it is an excellent choice for those who want the best value for money and have less than a hundred bucks! But no matter how cheap it is, it doesn’t comprise on performance, as shown below.
Coming on to its performance, it has a 58m Guide Number and supports TTL, M, Multi-flash mode, which enables users to capture the intricate motion states.
The auto output makes it the flash with the most suitable brightness. It also features a flash duration of 1/3 to 1/2s. It can also be triggered wirelessly from 20–25m when shooting inside and 10–15m when shooting outside.
It also supports front and back curtain synchronous so that users can get a fabulous shooting effect. Not only that, but it also promotes Multi-flash lighting Applications: S1/S2 lighting modes, each with their standard menus, which are very handy.
It works well in both TTL and Manual modes. The performance is lovely, and the results always seem just about right. There is a minimal need for TTL compensation.
The Manual Mode Flash Output has 8 Levels (1/1, 1/2, 1/4, 1/8, 1/16, 1/32, 1/64, 1/128) with ±0.3EV micro regulation. It zooms 18 to 180 mm and comes with also pull out wide-angle diffuser and pullout bounce card, which are a bit too thin thus fragile.
The power is also relatively high, and it has all the bounce and tilt and swivel and pullout bounce card options.
To further enhance its performance, this flash can make vertical rotate from 0-90 degrees and horizontally rotate from 0-270 degrees.
This allows the provision of an accurate flashlight at every angle. Then this flash recycles full power level in about 2.5 seconds. The FV Lock and Rear Curtain Sync function also work well. Moreover, it comes with both wheel clamp and pins shoe lock for removing the flash safely.
Then there is a steel hot shoe plate at the foot as well. It is also equipped with a plastic flat slave stand (aluminum threads in the bottom) and a fabric drawstring case. Then the sync voltage is also very safe at five volts.
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Even though the 18 mm zoom stated is very optimistic as I found auto-zoom into 18 mm to be a little stubborn, but it works.
Lastly, there is some incompatibility with the Nikon SC-17 hot shoe extension cord, but there is no problem when this flash is mounted directly on the hot camera shoe.
Coming onto user-friendliness, this flash is effortless to operate. The menus are convenient and have all the necessary features to use it.
The system is natural, comfortable, intuitive, readable, and easy to use. Except for the LCD distance scale, which is given in meters without any option for selecting feet, everything is easy to understand.
The manual that comes with the flash has everything explained from basic flash operations to advance ones. Not only can you easily make them work, but you can easily change the setting as well. The only lacking is that the English translation could be improved.
Nonetheless, this flash is both budget-friendly and user-friendly, unlike the high-end models, which are both expensive and sophisticated!
Not only does it perform well, and it is easy to operate, but it looks good too. The build and design are on point, while the dimensions of 60*190*78 mm make it compact and easy to carry. The build quality is also rough and tough as it is made from sturdy material that lasts.
It can survive harsh usage and can be your travel companion wherever you go. Thus, this flash will last a long time and brighten many of your shoots no matter where you are. It also comes with a protective bag so that you can easily carry it anywhere without damaging it.
It also has other complementary features such as charging socket outlet, which allows for the external power pack, PC synchronous port for Manual flash, and even automatic temperature detection, which leads to overheating protection.
These features will enable this flash to be used both comprehensively and for a more extended period. The Power supply is also top-notch as it is equipped with 4XAA size batteries, which last long. Then there is a power-saving mode, too, which helps preserve the battery life to lengthen service.
However, the ready indicator is missing; thus, the camera viewfinder doesn’t beep to signal ready. The warning of TTL underexposure at full power tell users in advance that compensation is not going to work power demands have to be reduced is also missing from this flash.
Except for these two features, there is no lacking in this flash. These two are minor drawbacks that are common in third party flashes.
Overall the verdict is that in less than $100, this flash offers a lot. There are some disadvantages, but the benefits far outweigh them, thus making it a real bargain.
It is ideal for all sorts of photographers as it gives them a real edge by providing tons of functions without costing a lot.
- High GN: 58
- Compact size
- Wireless trigger sensor
- Electrical socket outlet
- PC synchronous interface
- Support Multi-flash lighting Application (S1/S2 mode)
- Big and clear LCD
- Recycle time 3 second
- Power saving mode
- Accurate brightness control
- Metal hot shoe
- Support front-curtain synchronous
- Temperature detection Automatically
- English translation in the manual could be better
- No beep features
- No warning of TTL underexposure at full power
- Pull out bounce card is a bit thin.
- The LCD distance scale is in meters (no menu to select feet)
- Auto-zoom into 18 mm to be a little obstinate
Neewer 750II Specifications:
- Circuit design: Insulated Gate Bipolar Transistor (IGBT)
- Guide Number: 58meters (ISO 100,105mm)
- Flash mode: TTL, M, Multi
- Wireless triggering distance: 20–30m indoor, 10–15m outdoor
- Flash coverage range: 24, 28, 35, 50, 70, 80, 105mm
- Vertical rotation angle: 0-90 degrees
- Horizontal rotation angle: 0-270 degrees
- Power supply: 4 X AA-size Ni-MH reusable batteries
- Lighting times 100-1500 times
- Recycle time: approximately 3s
- Color temperature: 5600k
- Dimensions: 60*190*78mm
- Flash time: 1/200s–1/20000s
- Flash control: 8 levels of output control (1/128–1/1)
- External ports: Hot shoe, PC port and eternal charging port (Use MK-SD8A)
- Other features: FEC, AEB, Manual zoom, Auto-zoom, PC port
What’s in the box?
- Neewer 750II TTL Flash Speedlite
- Protecting bag
- Mini stand
- Warranty card
Summing it up, this flash Speedlite is precisely like what the brand advertised. It not only has all the features promised, but it also works beautifully. It is also straightforward to operate and set.
From design to build, everything is on point. It is compatible with the majority of Nikon cameras, thus making it ideal for your photography studio. With this Flash Speedlite, Neewer has proved that it is indeed a global leader in photography equipment.
Not only does this product offer professional premium quality, but it is also very durable. This flash shows that Neewer is committed to delivering excellent value along with a great user experience.
So add it to your kit and watch it brighten up your results in all the right ways!