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Below, I record the steps I took, along with screen captures from the tutorial.You have to take this literally, press the [On/Off] switch, hold it, and then press the [Pilot] switch.As for the other three lines, the numbers in the B- and M-line are different that those numbers in the newer unit I own.As noted in my review, my two Di866 units work different.Thanks for all your review of this unit and so as this post.

Doing this displays a table on the Nissin's display with two columns of numbers and letters.

I am interested in hearing from others that have used the DM to upgrade their Nissin. Thanks again for all you do on behalf of the Nissin flash units and their owners.

Regards, Jim i am curious to know if the upgrading process introduced more options for the subflash. The sub-flash after the upgrade (and in my newest unit) only go down to 1/8 power.

This is why the screen shots from the last part are from Windows Vista.

However, botching the device driver installation was my fault and has nothing to do with the upgrade.) I remove the USB-cable, and then remove the batteries to exit download mode.

I currently hold two Nissin units (both for Nikon).

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