Although the Canon version have been available for quite some time, the Cells II-N for Nikon appear to have been postponed for a while now, as they were originally scheduled for release around this time last year.
The Cells II-N and Cells II-C can be used as regular manual flash triggers, as well as wireless shutter release.
Another Godox FT-16 transmitter (held in hand) can also then be used to remotely control the power levels of these lights.
Extra Cells II transceivers can also be used as receiver units to fire other lights as well, when using either a Cells II or FT-16 as transmitter.
There have previously been rumours of the Cells II-C for Canon having been discontinued, though the release of the Cells II-N would suggest that is unlikely to be the case.
Exact camera model compatibility with the Cells II-N have not yet been specified. Though they should be compatible with most current Nikon DSLR’s.
UPDATE – 10th April 2015 – From user feedback it appears the Nikon D750 are not currently compatible with the Cells II-N.
Further Update – from August 2015 the Cells II-N are reported as working with the Nikon D750, and with high shutter speeds.
If you find compatibility issues with other camera models please let us know in the comments below this post.
There are also some brilliant deals on the Adorama Streaklight version of the Godox Witstro AVAILABLE HERE (while the deals last).
PRICE AND AVAILABILITY
The Cells II-N are available now from around $32 for single transceivers, and $60 a pair –
Godox – Website