Speedlite flashes for Nikon cameras
A speedlite flash for your DSLR or compact Nikon camera must be compatible with Nikon i-TTL metering for automatic exposure control. To get this you don’t have to buy a genuine Nikon speedlite flash. Alternatives include flashes from Yongnuo, Godox, Pixel, Shanny or Meike, to name the main 3rd party manufacturers. Apart from the TTL enabled speedlite flashes there are also manual flashes (without TTL metering) which are less expensive but lack some features.
Yongnuo YN860Li is a lithium-ion battery powered speedlite, the latest edition in the Yongnuo’s series of Remote Manual speedlites with 2.4GHz radio transceivers built inside. Recycle time is approximately 1.5 seconds at full power, which is an excellent improvement over the 2.5 – 3 seconds of AA powered speedlites.
Yongnuo YN720 is a lithium-ion powered speedlite, the latest edition in the Yongnuo’s series of Remote Manual speedlites with 2.4GHz radio transceivers built inside. Recycle time is approximately 1.5 seconds at full power, which is an excellent improvement over the 2.5 – 3 seconds of AA powered speedlites.
Yongnuo YN968N II TTL Speedlite for Nikon Cameras is a high-end speedlite compatible with Yongnuo YN622 radio system. Yongnuo YN968N II flash supports i-TTL metering. It features a powerful guide number of 60m (ISO 100, 200mm) as well as a long zoom range of 20-200mm, along with a wide-angle diffuser for 14mm coverage on full-frame cameras.
Godox V350N is a compact speedlite with advanced functions including TTL, high-speed sync, a built-in 2.4 GHz radio system, and a rechargeable lithium-ion battery capable of 500 full power flashes. V350N is a perfect on-camera flash for any photographer who prefer smaller yet powerful flash
Yongnuo YN568EX III Speedlite for Nikon Cameras is a great choice for both professional or advanced amateur Nikon shooters. It is features rich, supporting i-TTL, HSS, 2nd curtain sync, wireless master and optical slave modes, auto and manual zoom, flash exposure compensation, flash exposure bracketing and much more.
Yongnuo YN200 Battery Powered Speedlite features a 200Ws of power from a bare-bulb design, a removable Li-Ion battery for power, and support for TTL and HSS. It also features the 560 PRO radio system, so it will automatically sense whether you’re shooting on Canon, Nikon or Sony and is backwards compatible with any Yongnuo 2.4GHz flash gear.
Yongnuo YN565EX III Flash for Nikon is the newest iteration in the very popular line of Yongnuo flashes for Nikon cameras. YN565EX III is an upgrade from the original YN565EX which was great, powerful, reliable and affordable speedlite for Nikon cameras and mark III version continues the same way
Godox TT350N is an excellent compact size flash unit for Nikon DSLR and Mirrorless cameras that provides TTL, HSS and full 2.4GHz Godox X System radio Master and Slave modes built inside. It is a perfect on-camera flash for any camera system and especially mirrorless systems
Meike MK-MT24 for Nikon is a wireless Macro Twin Flash kit designed for macro photography. The Meike MK-MT24N system, while at first glance seems pricey, comes in at $300. You will quickly realize that it’s actually quite a good price for something specialized that works so well. It opens up a lot of possibilities in macro photography and also simplifies the process tremendously.
Godox V1 is very much anticipated Lithium-ion powered Round Head TTL Speedlight. We must say that it is probably the best flash speedlight on the market. This is a significant jump from the V860II-N in terms of beam pattern, modifier coverage, usability, and TTL reliability
Yongnuo YN968N is a wireless flash speedlite for Nikon DSLR cameras. The YN968N is a high-end flash speedlite that is compatible with Yongnuo YN622 radio system. Yongnuo YN968N speedlite flash supports i-TTL metering. It features a powerful guide number of 60m (ISO 100, 105mm) as well as a long zoom range of 20-105mm, along with a wide-angle diffuser for 14mm coverage on full-frame cameras. Bounce lighting is also possible with tilt from -7 to 150° and rotation left and right 180°.
Godox Witstro AD360II-N is an update to the older manual-power Witstro AD360 flash, with the addition of the TTL mode, an integrated 2.4 GHz transceiver and a new dot-matrix LCD display. The Godox Witstro AD360II-N features an i-TTL hot shoe and an i-TTL/e-TTL radio slave that works with the X1N/X1C/X1S trigger system.
Godox Witstro AD360II-N is a high-powered bare bulb flash with TTL, HSS and built-in 2.4GHz transceiver that gives you studio quality light which is very portable and independent of AC power.