N-flash: a truly wireless studio flash

Shenzhen Nice Photographic Equipment Co. have unveiled the n-flash, a portable monolight with an integrated lithium battery and built-in wireless radio receiver.

Nice n-flash battery compartment

A range of battery powered flash lighting solutions are available for location photographers, but anything more powerful than a speedlight invariably requires a battery pack that is separate from the flash head. Recent companies to buck the trend include Priolite and Dison whose lights have built-in batteries.

Now Shenzhen Nice Photographic Equipment Co. have unveiled the n-flash, a portable monolight with an integrated lithium battery. The n-flash also has a built in wireless receiver, which means allowing your lighting setup can be entirely free from dangling cables. IGBT power control makes the flash duration shorter at lower power levels, meaning the light can be used for high speed photography.

Nice n-flash battery compartment
Nicefoto n-flash with battery door open


  • Bowens S-fit bayonet
  • IGBT control for fast flash durations
  • FP Flash mode for freezing motion
  • Multi mode for stroboscopic effects
  • Built in 2.4GHz wireless receiver, compatible with Nice Foto triggers (16 channels, range 100m)
  • Interchangeable lithium ion battery
  • LCD control panel
  • Optical slave
  • Pop-out carrying handle
  • Carrying strap lug
  • Modelling lamp with power saving

Nice n-flash

Nice n-flash
Nicefoto n-flash with handle mount fitted


Modeln flash 280An flash 480An flash 680A
Flash Energy280J480J680J
Guide Number3656
Power Adjustment7 stops: full to 1/64 power
Power Source12V 2000mAh Li-ion battery12V 6000mAh Li-ion battery12V Li-ion battery
Modelling Lamp35W35W35W
Recycle Time0.1 - 3.5 seconds
Battery Life300 flashes680 flashes500 flashes
Flash Duration1/2,000 - 1/11,000 second
Stroboscopic Mode5, 10, 15, 20 or 25 flashes at 1-10 Hertz
Nice n-flash with reflective umbrella
Nicefoto n-flash with tilt bracket and umbrella

Where to buy

Update: The n_flash 480A is on sale now for US$500 shipped. For more information, visit nflash.cn.

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.