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About Fantasea Nano Flash #6115

The Nano Flash is perfect for all digital aim-and-shoot cameras, including those with the pre flash function. The "Nano" is an ultra compact digital slave strobe and underwater protective housing kit. The strobe unit triggers in sync with the digital cameras internal flash by a small light sensor in the strobe body. Simple operation, good performance and small size, make the "Nano" a must have accessory for underwater digital camera imaging, or for anyone who needs waterproof strobe protection for wet outdoor sports and severe environments. Furthermore, the strobe can be removed from the housing and used as a land strobe in dry conditions.

The Nano Flash is a simple and compact lighting set, designed to be mounted on YS Connector. The flash has a guide number 12 (Air: ISO 100 x 1 meter. At one foot: the guide number is 39). The Nano Flash is powered by 2 x AAA batteries and is depth rated to 200' (60 meters). The flash features 3 pre-flash modes to suit a wide variety of digital cameras. Whether your camera is capable of manual mode, or has one or two pre-flashes to set exposure, the Nano Flash ensures correct exposure with all such camera types.

The Nano Flash measures (D x W x H) 1.9" x 3.8" x 4.1" (47mm x 97.5mm x 104.5mm), weighs 7oz (200g) and is made from durable polycarbonate and stainless steel. The flash comes with the underwater housing, diffuser holder, 3 diffusers, spare O-ring, silicone grease and the Nano adapter kit. Also included with the flash is an owner's manual and the flash is covered by a 12 month limited warranty.

Warranty Information

This product has a limited warranty of 12 months.

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Fantasea Nano Flash #6115 Features

  • Fantasea Nano Flash
  • Perfect for All Digital Aim-and-Shoot Cameras
  • Great for Camera's with Pre-Flash Function
  • Ultra Compact Digital Slave Strobe
  • Strobe Triggers in Sync with Digital Cameras Internal Flash
  • Simple Operation, Good Performance and Small Size
  • Great for Waterproof Strobe Protection in Wet Outdoor Sports & Severe Environments
  • Mounts on Standard Cold-Shoe on Various Camera Housings
  • Strobe Removable from Housing & Used as Land Strobe in Dry Conditions
  • Mounts on YS Connector
  • Guide Number 12 (Air: ISO 100 x 1 meter. At one foot: the Guide Number 39)
  • Power: 2 x AAA Batteries
  • Depth Rating: 200' (60 meters)
  • 3 Pre-Flash Modes: Suits Wide Variety of Digital Cameras
  • Works with Cameras with Manual Mode, 1 or 2 Pre-Flashes
  • Nano Flash: Ensures Correct Exposure with All Such Camera Types
  • Dimensions: (D x W x H) 1.9" x 3.8" x 4.1" (47mm x 97.5mm x 104.5mm)
  • Weight: 7oz (200g)
  • Construction: Durable Polycarbonate and Stainless Steel
  • Includes:
    Diffuser Holder
    3 Diffusers
    Spare O-Ring
    Silicone Grease
    Nano Adapter Kit
  • Owner's Manual
  • 1 Year Limited Warranty

Fantasea Nano Flash #6115 Specifications

Body Material
Polycarbonate and Stainless Steel
Guide Number
12 (Air: ISO 100 x 1 meter. At one foot: the guide number is 39)
Batteries
2 x AAA
Dimensions
(D x W x H) 1.9" x 3.8" x 4.1" (47mm x 97.5mm x 104.5mm)
Weight
7oz (200g)
Weight [with packaging]
0.85 lb
Mfr #
SKU
FNTNF

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4.3

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  • Easy to use (3)
  • Weather proof (3)

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    • Diving (3)

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    4.0

    Strong Strobe for it's size

    By Fox

    from Maui, HI

    About Me Pro Photographer

    Verified Buyer

    Pros

    • Easy To Use
    • Water-tight Seals

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Diving

      Comments about Fantasea Nano Flash #6115:

      Great bang for your buck. Small and light easy to use. I have it sync up to my camera with a sync cord and it provides plenty of light to bring out the colors and details of my subject.

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      5.0

      Perfect![...] as stated

      By Dane

      from Vancouver BC

      About Me Casual Photographer

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      Pros

      • Easy To Use
      • Functional
      • Good Depth Range
      • Water-tight Seals

      Cons

        Best Uses

        • Diving
        • Snorkeling

        Comments about Fantasea Nano Flash #6115:

        Works perfectly

        Service and delivery comments:

        Delivery was prompt and hassle free

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        4.0

        Great for amateur underwater shooters

        By MR_Photo

        from Honolulu, HI

        About Me Hobbyist/Enthusiast

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        Pros

        • Easy To Use
        • Functional
        • Water-tight Seals

        Cons

        • Difficult to Sync

        Best Uses

        • Diving

        Comments about Fantasea Nano Flash #6115:

        External Flashes will bring new color to tired blue pictures.I own 2 Nano's and a double set from Fantasea. I have been satisfied with the quality of the strobes. Synchronization uses a Fiber Optic cable which syncs with your camera's built in flash, which means it's almost universally compatible. Difficulty in syncing the flash depends on your camera case. I was unable to slave one flash off of the other, so I must connect both strobes to my camera case. This required modifying the adapters (picture attached) as I could squeeze to adapters to the small case.I am able to take about 50 pictures before changing batteries. Depending on dive length I may have to change during surface interval. I recommend turning the strobes off on the surface as it drains battery quickly if left on.[...]

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        Shopper  I'm a newbie at external flashes. I have a Canon GS11 withh water proof case. I sometimes have exposure problems using the built in flash, with half of the frame being very "hot" and the other half very dark. This is due to the construction of the water proof case. Is it possible to use the Nano with the Canan GS11 without having the camera's built in flash fire, and just have the Nano fire?
        Tom T  Use of the Canon flash is required to trigger your Nano flash to fire. Are you using the fiber optic cord? If so, you can use black electrical tape to cover the spot on the outside of the Canon case where your FO cable attaches (thus "covering" your Canon flash). Even better, get a second Nano to balance your lighting.
        Shopper  I'm a newbie at external flashes. I have a Canon GS11 withh water proof case. I sometimes have exposure problems using the built in flash, with half of the frame being very "hot" and the other half very dark. This is due to the construction of the water proof case. Is it possible to use the Nano with the Canan GS11 without having the camera's built in flash fire, and just have the Nano fire?
        Tom T  Use of the Canon flash is required to trigger your Nano flash to fire. Are you using the fiber optic cord? If so, you can use black electrical tape to cover the spot on the outside of the Canon case where your FO cable attaches (thus "covering" your Canon flash). Even better, get a second Nano to balance your lighting.
        Shopper  I'm a newbie at external flashes. I have a Canon GS11 withh water proof case. I sometimes have exposure problems using the built in flash, with half of the frame being very "hot" and the other half very dark. This is due to the construction of the water proof case. Is it possible to use the Nano with the Canan GS11 without having the camera's built in flash fire, and just have the Nano fire?
        Tom T  Use of the Canon flash is required to trigger your Nano flash to fire. Are you using the fiber optic cord? If so, you can use black electrical tape to cover the spot on the outside of the Canon case where your FO cable attaches (thus "covering" your Canon flash). Even better, get a second Nano to balance your lighting.
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