Nikon’s Advanced Wireless Lighting allows you to use up to 3 groups of remote flash speedlights and control the flash output of each group independently. Each group can have it’s exposure individually adjusted by a range of -3.0 to +3.0 EV steps. While this all seems complicated at first sight, Nikon has really made this almost idiot-proof — once you get past setting the Commander and Remote units to trigger properly.
I have collected a short list of online tutorials that take the sting out of these settings:
- KenRockwell: How to Use Nikon’s Strobes Wirelessly (1 remote unit)
- Imaging Resource: Nikon’s Wireless Lighting System At Work (3 remote units)
- Nikon: Advanced Wireless Lighting (6 remote units)
- Moment Corporation: Wireless Flash Settings Illustrated
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