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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
SB-700 AF Speedlight 4.3 5 30 30
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
straight forward and more Read the instructions and tested the flash around the house. It can work in a simple mode or handle any complicated task. Seems bullet proof. Exposures are great right out of the box. Will handle wedding receptions and darkly lit areas very well. Great middle weight contender. December 3, 2013
Great product, for low lighting and fast moving children. Increased the quality of my pictures. I didn't want to spend the money on the speed flash but should have done it long ago. I was thinking of buying a new camera because of poor quality in low light. I now use this flash all the time. It has increased the quality of all my pictures. I never thought a speed flash could do so much. It was well worth the money. My pictures are beautiful in all lighting conditions. I have used this product for 4 months now and love it. Thanks for a great product. October 31, 2013
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The CHA error is related to the memory card, it means that the card might be damage. You will need to format the card or use another one. Please click on the link below for more information on approved memory cards for the D90:
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SB-700 as sub on camera bracket

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I would like to use my built-in flash on D7000 as commander and SB-700 as sub on a flash bracket attached to the camera.
1) Would SB-700 work in this setup?
2) Would iTTL work under such situation?
3) Would iTTL work under such condition when SB-700 is positioned in bounce position?

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Yes, you can use the built-in flash in the D7000 for the SB-700. Also, Either the i-TTL balanced fill-flash mode or the standard i-TTL mode option is available depending on the camera settings. The SB-700 does not have i-TTL mode type selection.
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using my SB700 in remote mode.

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I have 2 SB700 that I recently bought to use with my D90 , this weekend I was doing a shoot using one of the flashes off camera and using the camera in Commander mode, had the camera flash up and set to - - and the sb700 set to ttl I was having problems with the flash not firing, if it was on the right side of me, but if I had it on the left side it seamed to fire fine, I was outside, cloudy day standing about 4 or 5 ft away from the flash.do I have to be inline of sight of a sensor? Inside I never noticed this issue.
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Generally yes, the sensor has to be in line of sight, especially outdoors. I dont know about the SB-700 but with the 900 you can spin the head right round to get the sensor in line with the flash. This is one of the downfalls of using CLS off camera as it tends to be a bit hit and miss, even more so in bright light. Inside is not a problem usually as the signal will bounce off of walls etc.
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Yes you can update but currently there is no firmware update available for the SB-700.
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SB-700

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Can i use my flash wireless with my d5000
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Yes and no, no in that the D5000 is not cls enabled so you are unable to control it, however, you can use the SB-700 in SU4 mode and use the onboard flash to fire it in manual.
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I have a D1x and an SB-28DX flash. What current Nikon flash unit will work with the D1x as I need to replace my flash unit.

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The D1x can use the newer speedlights in manual model only. Please click on the link below for more information:
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what other ports does the body of the flash have?

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does sb-700 have other means to fire the flash like a sc-17 cord or pc jack? which would allow the flash to fire while the line of sight IR system would fail.
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This flash have no PC jack. You'll need SC-17, SC-28 or SC-29.
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Does the SB700 have a simple slave flash function?

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I know the SB700 works with the creative lighting system, but does it have a simple flash activated slave function (i.e. flash triggered by another flash)?
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Yes, It's have SU-4 slave mode.
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Can I use the sb-700 with my Fuji Finepix s3 pro?

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You will need to get in contact with the manufacture of the third equipment for compatibility information with our products.
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Can I use this remotely with my Nikon D2Hs? If yes, how do I pair them?

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Beings as the D2hs has no on board flash you will have to use either another flash as a commander, the SU-800 or third party wireless triggers to control the SB-700.
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Is this compatible to my Nikon D3?

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Yes.
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compatibility

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Is this compatitible with the D700?
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Yes it is.
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Can this flash be used with old Coolpix cameras (more specifically the E5700)?

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The SB-700 is not compatible with old COOLPIX models. The COOLPIX 5700 is only compatible with the SB-80DX, SB-50DX, SB-30, SB-28DX and SB-22 Speedlights.
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Can I use the SB-700 wirelessly with my D5000?

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you would need a SB800 commander, D5000 does not have built in flash commander
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I can use the SB-900 wirelessly with my D7000 without an additional command unit?

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Everything I read seems to indicate that I can use the SB-700 wirelessly with my D7000 without an additional command unit. If this is so, how do I set this up, or are there additional accessories I need to make it work?
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Yes, you can use the built-in flash of the D7000 as a commander for the SB-900.
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Can the SB-700 as a remote flash in manual mode sync with a D70 at full power?

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When using my D70 in "Commander AA" mode and my SB-700 as a slave/remote in Manual mode there seems to be an issue syncing when I dial the power on the SB-700 up past 1/8 +0.7ev. The D70 and SB-700 sync fine at 1/8 +0.7ev and lower power settings when the D70 is in Commander AA mode. Am I doing something wrong, or is there a compatibility issue?
 
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In order to better assist you, please click on the link below:
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Is the SB-700 compatible with PocketWizard Plus II Set if so how do I connect it.

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You will need to get in contact with the manufacture of the third equipment for compatibility information with our products.
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Can I use my Nikon D100 with SB 700 ?

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Please tell pros and cons of SB 700.

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Pros of the SB-700:
Portable, Versatile Speedlight Unit
Complete Flash Head Positioning Freedom
Wireless Flash Control
Choose From 3 Light Distribution Patterns.
Color Filter Identification
Automatic Format Identification Firmware Updating
Nikon’s Precision i-TTL Flash Control
Hot Shoe and Wireless Operation Versatile Auto Power Zoom Coverage Streamlined Controls and Menus
Flash Tube Overheat Protection
Flash Value (FV) Lock
Drip-Proof Mounting Foot Cover (Water Guard)*
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Can I use sb-700 as commander and trigger a sb-600 in slave/remote from a D3?

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Yes , you can.The sb-700 does work as a transmitter to other flashes.And the sb-600 as receiver that can work in slave mode.
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Using a sb700 with a nikon d40 and sb400.

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Can i use the sb400 on camera to trigger the sb700 off camera? I do this with an old flash i have..using one of the cheap optical triggers hooked to the hotshoe of the old flash...i have a nikon d40 camera.
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I don't believe so, You would need a master flash to trigger the SB-700, like the SB-800/900/910 or SU-800 (not sure about SU-4)
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My sb700 is 2 days old and it doesnt work!

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Just yesterday i purchased the sb700, i took a few shoots and it was ok. Today my sb700 doesnt want to fire the light, all the menus, the motors and the monitor works fine, except for the light....whats wrong with it??? Does the bulb got broken?
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Thanks for your help, I tried with with two more packs of batteries, but with no results....here's the video of my flash...
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does the sb 700 have high speed sync

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Does the SB 700 work with D300S

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Thanks Paulo
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will the remote work on my 5100?? if so how??

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Yes and no, it will not work using cls as the D5100 has no in built commander but you can put the flash in to SU-4 mode and use is that way but the flash will have to be controlled manually.
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Can I use A speed light SB700 with my D80

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Can SB-700 control SB-600 remotely?

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I need to control SB-600 remotely,can SB-700 work with it?
 
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Yes, you can setup the SB-700 as a master and the SB-600 as a remote.
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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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