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The Vivitar DF-383 Shoe Mount Flash is an economical full-TTL enabled flash with support for digital SLR cameras. It features a powerful Guide Number of 148'/45 m at 85mm, and features a power-zoom flash head that covers a focal range from 24mm to 85mm.The flash includes a built-in slave function which allows it to be positioned off-camera, and triggered by any second flash. You can also manually adjust the power level of the flash output from full-power down to 1/16th. It is the perfect economical all-purpose flash for any digital or 35mm SLR shooter.
Product Title: Vivitar DF-383-NIK Flashlight
Power Score: 3.8 | 13 Reviews
Parent Retsku: B009NF3PLE
Product Reviews (10)
Okay flash, sometines zoom head would run constently when powered on,would have to tap it to stop. Sleep mode works if you have it on camera. I got two for flash set up slaves sensor is not the best tbey have to br close 15 ft and sensor needs to be point
By cannonclick on Adorama - Apr 9, 2013
My first flash, well bought
I purchased this as a way to learn how to utilize hotshoe flash. I've been pleased with the results. I've since purchased a Nikon flash but still apprciate the ability to use the Vivitar flash in conjuction with the Nikon.
By TRDRollaGTS on Adorama - Apr 17, 2012
For the price.... better than expected
I use this for table top art pic's for this purpose nothing I have found compares in this price range...one downfall..limited on power levels!!!!....don't think it will take a lot of knocking around.....but hey it's [$] and does it well. Better than I exp
By watchwinder on Adorama - Mar 26, 2012
maybe too cheap
Used a Vivitar 283 for weddings / portraits and other events for over 20 years . Built like a tank and still worked perfectly when I parted with it... this 383 doesn't come close in build quality but I wanted higher output than the sb700 and needed the wi
By pk on Adorama - Dec 12, 2011
So far I am very happy with this flash. It performs as required and takes the bumbs and rough handling I give it. Plenty of light for small studio and macro work. Fires consistently with my Nikon.
By Art Jr on Adorama - Sep 26, 2011