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Portable, Versatile Speedlight Unit i-TTL Speedlight optimized for use with Nikon's Creative Lighting System (CLS).
Complete Flash Head Positioning Freedom Bounce 90°up and 7°down with 360° rotation elevates creative lighting freedom.
Wireless Flash Control Wireless Commander Mode controls up to 2 remote Speedlight groups and an unlimited number of compatible Speedlights. When used as a remote speedlight up to 3 Groups can be selected. Four wireless channel options help manage wireless conflicts in multi-photographer environments.
Choose From 3 Light Distribution Patterns Using the simple slider switch on the back of the SB-700, you can optimize light quality by selecting Standard for general illumination, Center-weighted for portraits or Even, for groups or interiors.
Color Filter Identification Automatically identifies mounted hard type color filters and adjusts camera white-balance.* *With select Nikon digital SLRs
Automatic Format Identification Automatically senses the FX or DX-format camera in use and optimizes light distribution.
Firmware Updating Allows uploading of performance enhancement developments.* *With select Nikon digital SLRs
Nikon’s Precision i-TTL Flash Control Delivers precise flash exposures and seamless fill-flash performance—even in challenging lighting situations.
Hot Shoe and Wireless Operation Use on-camera, as a wireless master, commander or remote light source.
Versatile Auto Power Zoom Coverage Smoothly covers lenses as wide as 24mm and up to 120mm in FX-format.
Streamlined Controls and Menus Convenient Rotary Select Dial sets key functions quickly and a prominent Master and Remote control switch simplifies wireless operation.
Flash Tube Overheat Protection To prevent overheating, flash recycle time increases when SB-700 detects heat build-up.
Flash Value (FV) Lock Locks in a specific flash output on the main subject, regardless of aperture, composition or the lens’ zoom position.* *With select Nikon digital SLRs
Drip-Proof Mounting Foot Cover (Water Guard)* Provides enhanced moisture protection. *Optional
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The SB-700 Is Indestructable! I am a professional photographer in San Antonio, TX and I often use my SB-700 flash for off camera flash (OCF). About a week ago I was photographing a family next to a river and I had my flash mounted to an OCF rig and 24" x 24" softbox and sandbagged. A strong gust of wind blew the rig (despite the sandbag) into the river! I rushed over and I was too late... I fished the rig out of the water and immediately pulled the batteries. This flash was totally waterlogged. I was so upset.. This was my 2nd flash in a year! The first flash was stolen along with ALL of my gear (contained in a bag). The LCD display looked like a little aquarium due to all of the water in it. I shook out what I could and let the flash sit by the window in the sun for a week. Just yesterday, I figured I would give it one last try before having to buy a 3rd one. I inspected the flash for water and when there was no sign of moisture I popped the batteries in and WOW! It turned on and the flash is fully operational! I was able to photograph a marriage proposal last night and it didn't give me any issues. I will highly recommend Nikon products to anyone I know! Your products prove to me over and over again that they are built to last and built for work. In a time where nothing lasts long you have created a line of products that stands the test of time and the abuse that photographers who work in the field put them through. I have always and will always use Nikon gear only! You have one happy customer here and I will always do what I can to bring you more business. Thanks for creating such an awesome line of kick butt products! February 15, 2015
Outstanding Flash, works PERFECTLY I had my doubts about flash coming from Canon, but WOW, this flash delivers. TTL is perfect exposure every time. Close or far, the flash knows how much power to apply and over the course of my first weekend shooting with it, I simply could not be happier. December 21, 2014
Great flash unit,read the instrutions first.. Hello,purchased this flash 2 months ago after reading alot of reviews. Was concerned about the battery door issues but took the plunge anyway. So far door is no problem,there is a button on the door for opening and closing.If you by pass the button you could have problems. Flash provided excellent light at a event i shot Sat,tried setting flash to manual but it washed out the picture.Even at 1/2 power it was a washout. Had camera in auto mode and program mode. Bouncing in manual rendered excellent results with a 12 ft ceiling in 1/2 power. Great flash. October 2, 2014
Excellent Flash. I have had this flash for a couple of weeks and I am very pleased with the performance so far. It makes a huge difference to my indoor photography. I have mainly been involved in Nature Photography but now am focusing on Indoor/outdoor portrait. I am still playing with all the settings and possibilities. It is an excellent product, which I have no problem highly recommending to any serious photographer, professional, hobbyist, or otherwise. December 26, 2013
Got to love the remote feature alone! Received as a gift for Christmas 2013. Awesome. The fill light that it provides is night and day from ordinary use of the pop-up flash. December 26, 2013
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SB700 flash ligh

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Hi, my friend is facing a problem for her SB700, the SB700 flash light will on around 2 sec (the light not normal flash but is "ON") when she is on her flash and the D7000 together without press any button. Last time when she attended a wedding party and knew a photographer, the guy said is normal after he check the flash setting, he said " becz the flash setting is through the lens, so that when u on flash and D7000 together, the lens will autofocus, will influence the flash, so that the flash light will on around 2 sec, another reason is becz is using other brand lens. And finally he also said his Sb900 also same, not a problem. Izit true? Anyone here facing the same problem too?
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recycling speed on the SB-700. Is it reliable?

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Reliable in terms of speed? Yes, reliably consistent. It is rated slightly faster than SB-600 that it replaces (faster for alkalines, for NiMH, it's same), although SB-600 is rated slightly more powerful (GN 29 vs. 31). It is also RATED to receycle at same rate 2.5 sec., whether using alkalines or NiMH. HOWEVER, in my personal experience, NiMH recycles noticeably faster. Only Sanyo Eneloop NiMH are worth using; all other NiMH AA are junk due to fast discharge in storage.
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Will the Nikon SB-700 Speedlight work with a Nikon D60

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I currently only possess a Nikon D60. Before I purchase an SB-700 Speedlight, I wanted to confirm that it would work on my camera. So, will the SB-700 work with my Nikon D60?
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Yes it will work.
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SB-700 compatible with D80 and SB-600?

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It's a been a while, so I am a little rusty on my photography lingo. This flash has a commander mode, now I assume that means it can be set to make another flash (set as a slave) flash at the same time, which is what I want. I am looking for a poor-man's lighting set up, that is consequently quite portable. (Camera + 2 speed-lights) I need to know if this flash is compatible with the D-80 and the SB-600. Also of interest to me is the cheapest Nikon flash that will do the trick. Does anyone know what this might be? Thanks!
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SB 700 is compatible with the D80 and the SB600. The SB600 is the least expensive i-ttl compatible speedlight without getting involved with third party set ups.
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Is the SB-700 AF Speedlight compatible with the D90?

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Yes, the SB-700 is compatible with the D90.
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does this have a strobe function?

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The SB-700 Speedlight can be set to Master or Remote mode.
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D5000, SB600

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Unable to get my SB700 mounted on my D5000 to trigger my SB600, is this possible, if so how?
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all flash hotshoes are the same,
what is reason for no mounting???
would ask in Serivice n Support if physically you can not mount.
this seems strange,
the Nikon team will respond very quickly
ask them...
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Recycle Time SB700

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Fully charge but why my sb700 speedlight took recycle time about 20 -30 sec ?
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i would contact "Service and Support" in the above main menu bar.
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SB 700 is giving Zoom Err

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Turn the SB-700 off and On again. If the warning indicator remains, you will need to send your speedlight for service in order to be evaluated by one of our technicians.
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How to setup SB700 as remote with a set of Elinchrom Dlite4's

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Hi, I'm having a problem of setting up my SB700 as a remote/slave flash with my set of Dlite 4s. All works fine when the pop up flash on my D90/D800 is set as commander mode, but I would like to turn pop up flash off. How can I get the SB700 and DLites to flash without the pop up flash triggering them all?

I've set SB700 to remote and changed it to SU400 as advanced gives off a warning noise and set my camera to -- so it doesn't fire the pop up flash, but still struggling.
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You can change the built-in flash settings so that the built-in flash acts as a commander but does not fire. In this case the built-in flash must be raised so it can emit monitor pre-flashes. See page 188 of your D90 manual and page 303 of your D800 manual for more information on this setting.
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24mm zoom postion is displayed in my SB-700 when the lens is in 18mm position.

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When I use my D80 with 18-70mm zoom lens, SB-700 shows 24mm zoom position when I use 18mm.
Other zoom position works fine except this position. (50mm display when the lens is in 50mm.)
I've already tried DX mode & FX-DX mode but it didn't help.
Is this normal?
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Please contact technical support to trouble your issue with the SB-700 flash.
Our contact information can be found at support.nikonusa.com.
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Battery cover for SB700 speedlight?

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I have a Nikon SB 700 speedlight. The cover that holds the batteries in the battery compartment is partly broken at one end. It is supposed to swing open, but one of the pins that hold it in place has snapped off. I can still manage to get it to work, but I would like to replace that battery cover if possible.

Can I do that?
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We recently re-open our online parts store but there are currently no parts listed for speedlights. It is possible to replace the battery cover, but you will have to send the speedlight to our service center to get the battery cover replaced. Feel free to contact technical support for more information. Our contact information can be found at support.nikonusa.com
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Can the speedlight keep up with automatic multiple self-timer pictures?

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I have a D800 camera. I take a lot of pictures using the self-timer. If I set the self-timer to take 5 or 6 pictures automatically, spaced 3 seconds apart between each picture, and shoot subjects that are no more than 15 feet away, will the flash be able to recycle in order to keep up with the self timer? The speedlight is rated to recycle with a minimum time of 2.5 seconds, so if I don't discharge it fully, I would think it should be able to keep up with a few pictures that are shot 3 seconds apart. Is that the case?
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Yes, the flash will keep up with your shots spaced 3 seconds apart.
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Compatibility with D70

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I am using the SB-700 with my D70 with a 300mm zoom lens and a Better Beamer flash extender for bird photography. The subject is frequently washed out, especially when using manual settings, F5.6 and 1/250 sec. The subject distances are ofter in the 50 to 100 ft range. I am wondering if the flash is fully compatible with the D70. I'm new to using the flash in daylight and possibly just need to turn the flash down.
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The SB-700 is fully compatible with the D70. Try using the Speedlight in TTL mode for now until you understands how to use it. If you don't feel like reading the manual, there are many online video tutorials that explains how the flash works. The flash does a fine job in TTL mode. Even pros sometimes uses TTL.
At F/5.6 with the flash on full power and shutter speed at 1/250 with probably a high ISO, and in broad daylight, I expect your images to be washed out.

If the Main time, you can update your d70 firmware from the nikon Link below to improve the focus and and other things.
http://support.nikonusa.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/13580
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Is it compatible with D40X and D90?

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Yes it is.
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Is it compatible with the V1

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No.
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More information is needed to solve this problem. What camera mode and what flash program are you using? The simplest solution might well be to use the "P" camera mode and the "iTTL" setting on the flash.
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I have read that when using the SB-700 in remote mode I can wirelessly use use my D7000 as the command unit without needing to buy a SU-800 by going to the pencil menu>bracketing/flash>flash cntrl..., then put it in commander mode.... However, the question I have is Can the SB-700 be used wirelessly by the D7000 (without needing to buy the SU-800) without having it necessary to fire the built-in flash or no because in order for the D7000 to command the SB-700 the built-in flash needs to be up to send the signal in turn causing it to fire?
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The pop up flash on camera has to be used to control the flash off camera, there is no way round that without buying optional transmitters such as the SU-800. You can limit the residual flash by setting the commander to -- the flash will still fire but the pop up flash will not affect the final image, though if you are close to your subject you may get some residual flash showing.
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Can I set up the D5000's popup flash as the commander for a remote SB700 flash??

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Yes and no, the D5000 doesnt have commander built in so you are unable to control a flash via TTL, you can, however, set the flash to SU-4 mode and control it manually that way.
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http://support.nikonusa.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/17039/~/user's-manual---nikon-sb-700-speedlight
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Where is it made in?

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Is this product made in China or Japan?
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The SB-700 is manufactured in china. Nikon operates factories all across the globe and each operates to the same high standard. While individual products are marked with their country of manufacture, we can't make a blanket statement about which product is produced where.
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is the sb-700 compatible with the d50

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Yes on camera it is compatible, off camera you must use the SU-4 slave mode or a SU-800 commander.
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is the SB-700 AF Speedlight comparible with the Nikon D800

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Can i use the flash wirelessly with my D5200?

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I have a D5200 and i am contemplating on purchasing a flash, but i was just wondering if i can use the SB-700 wirelessly (not connected to the camera in any way)?
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You can use it wirelessly but in SU-4 mode only as the D5200 has no in built commander. If you wanted to make use of wireless cls then you would have to use either another flash or the SU-800, there is also the option of third party triggers but you wouldn't be able to cls again and would therefore have to set the flash manually.
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D700 with SB700 can I turn off the master flash?

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I try to set it as master, and in different mode I try to set the "M" to "---" which suppose to turn the "Master" off? But the master still went off...I am nearly blind........
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Unfortunately, the master flash unit cannot be turn off. If the master flash is too bright even though you've disabled it with --- , you can try using the D700 built in commander as a Master (see custom setting E3 in the camera). We also have the SG-31R IR Panel which can be use to block the built in flash when use as a commander, or you can purchase and SU-800 wireless commander.
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can the SB-700 speedlight work with a d600 camera?

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Yes it will, full functions.
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Will the SB-700 be compatible with a D3100?

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Yes and no, you can use it on camera with full functions, ITTL, however, you cannot use it off camera as the D3100 has no in built commander, that said you can use the flash in SU-4 mode but then you would have to set the flash manually.
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is it possible to use the Auto FP High-Speed Sync with an D5100 or D5200? If so, how do I set it up? Thanks!

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Neither the D5100 nor the D5200 support Auto FP High Speed Sync. Both camera will sync with flashes at shutter speed 1/200s or slower.
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Can I use the SB700 with my D5200?

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On camera yes
Off camera you will be limited to SU-4 mode as the D5200 does not have a commander mode.
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is this flash compatable with a d3000 camera?

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Yes, the D3000 is compatible with SB-700. However, To use the remote feature of this Speedlight, you will need an additional one or the SU-800, SB-900,SB-800, or SB-910.
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