Thanks for your message @OrangishIt's not possible due to hardware limitation. However we the next release will likely to support Nikon version of the MItros so stay tuned!
Just bought a couple of V6s and found out that they won't work with my Mitros for Nikon. Quite unhappy about that. Is "the version" a software update for the V6, or there is going to be some other hardware?
Hey all, I have just tested the Mitros Nikon version with the R&D team using two V6 transceivers, one TX and RX and a non-Nikon camera set to M mode. We did not measure the output with a light meter but only looked at the images on the camera LCD.We used the SB-600 profile as well as SB-700, and the same problem exhibits - after firing at 1/2 or 1/1 full power, the flash was not willing to recycle, or at least the red LED ready light does not comes on UNLESS i full press the Test Button once (both TX and RX unit works in this case). And after pressing the Test Button once, red LED comes back on, however taking a second shot in 1/1 the actual output was surely not full power. But after that it would work again if we adjusted it to 1/128. From 1/128 up to 1/4 it worked fine.So long story short, the Mitros exhibits the familiar behaviors of a Digital-only TTL protocol flash, where it is constantly looking for full digital TTL information from the camera. So in the case of the V6, it does not transmit TTL wireless and therefore will not support , as observed above, the full power range consistently. As a result, it's unfortuate we can't add this model to the compatibile list.But I guess you could squeeze by the MItros unit by using Nikon profiles while taking the above mentioned precautions. For full support, and as I mentioned in previous posts, the next version of the V6 will support this MItros unit, along other digit-TTL flash models. Thank you all again for bearing with us in the meanwhile.