Sony or Nissin flashes?
I'm intending to set up a small studio and would like to use the Sony flash ratio system on my A65, therefore intending to buy speedlites rather than studio flashes.
Wanting to use three flashes in total, I cannot make up my mind between the top models of Nissin and Sony guns. The Nissin has good reviews but I have read conflicting reports of its ratio capabilities. Cost is obviously a factor, especially when it's x3, but I'd rather pay the $ for something that will work as the manufacturer says it will, rather than be frustrated with firmware glitches that require ironing out.
Anyone care to add their tuppence worth?
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