MeiKe releases GT-600 i-TTL flash trigger for Nikon

A low-profile, fully-featured flash trigger has been released for Nikon cameras, called the Meike GT-600N.

Meike GT-600N

Following the launch of its GT-600C E-TTL triggers a couple of months ago, Chinese company Meike (not to be confused with Meidike) has brought out a Nikon version, for i-TTL flashes and cameras.

The MeiKe GT-600 (or MK-GT600) is a 2.4GHz wireless flash triggering system made up of low-profile transmitter and receivers. The transmitter has a top-facing LCD control panel allowing adjustment of up to three groups of off-camera flashes. You can use them in TTL or manual mode.

Meike GT-600N

With all the buttons and dials on top of the trigger, like on the Yongnuo YN-622N-TX there is no room for a TTL pass-through hotshoe, in case you wanted to use an on-camera flash at the same time. Nonetheless MeiKe do fit a decent number of features into a small package, including a PC sync port, decent-sized screen, high-speed sync, remote zoom control and full group adjustment.

Meike GT-600N

The MeiKe MK-GT600N is available now, priced around $80 from eBay, Amazon and other retailers. Visit the manufacturer’s product page for further information.

David Selby
David is a keen photographer and has been editor of Lighting Rumours since 2010. When not writing about lighting, he works as a data scientist at the University of Manchester, UK.