Ok, in response to buddingphotographer, I am not familiar with iTTl. I’ve just been learning to use my flash outdoors, and now my mentor is ready to hire me to help cover some major golf tournaments. He said that I would need to step up the power on the flash, as well as shoot faster than the onboard could. My understanding from my research, is that a good flash is a major factor in getting pro shots indoors and out. At this time I think that I only need one. I have also done some photography at the HEAV convention, and while flash use was restricted, there were a lot of places I could have used it! Where would the iTTL come into play? I also do some things like our church photo directory, which is indoor shooting. I’m not looking to throw a ton of money into this right now, but I want to make sure that I get somthing that will last, and preform very well, as the job I’ll be doing has to be done right the first time! If I get the Nikon I’m thinking about getting it used for around $225. Which Youngno did you recommend? What application would y’all use several lights in?
And timtam, my camera does support the CLS, not exactly sure what that is though. Somthing to do with wireless? I have a D5200, and the owner’s manual does not really explain it. I will be doing group photos of some college professors and staff soon, as well as some real estate coverage. I know I’ll need a flash for that as well.