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Nikon's flagship Speedlight for enthusiasts and professionals.

Engineered for FX and DX-format D-SLRs and COOLPIX P7000 Series cameras, the SB-910 offers unparalleled lighting performance in the field and in the studio. Featuring Nikon's versatile i-TTL (intelligent through-the-lens) metering for on camera or wireless flash control, the SB-910 can operate as a hot shoe mounted Speedlight, remote unit or wireless Commander. And with refined operability including illuminated buttons for use in low light and improved thermal cut out protection, the SB-910 is the perfect partner to your D-SLR.

Unparalleled lighting performance

Seamless integration with Nikon's Creative Lighting System

The SB-910 Speedlight operates as a hot shoe mounted Speedlight, remote unit or wireless Commander (with up to four channel options) capable of controlling as many as three remote groups (A,B and C) and an unlimited number of SB-910, SB-900, SB-700 or SB-R200 units. With a host of pro flash features including; precision i-TTL flash control, Manual with Power Ratio, three illumination patterns for specific shooting environments, wide zoom range from 17-200mm, and streamlined controls and menus—it's no wonder that Nikon is the overwhelming choice when it comes to flash photography.

On the road or in the studio, the perfect partner

Real world simplicity with advanced automation

At the heart of the SB-910 is Nikon's i-TTL flash control which enables Nikon Speedlights to share critical exposure information with CLS compatible D-SLRs. All of the complex lighting calculations are computed for you instantly with consistently accurate results in just about any lighting situation. Using the SB-910 as a Commander or the in concert with the SU-800 Commander or D-SLR with built-in Commander operating as the Master controller, you can wirelessly manage and fire up to three groups of remotely positioned SB-910, SB-900, SB-700 and SB-R200 Speedlights. Additionally, each group can contain any number of Speedlights and any mix of these Speedlights. SB-910 can also be set as a Remote Speedlight for complete system integration and control.

Improved control and convenience

Versatile flash for enthusiasts and professionals

SB-910 offers an improved interface, adding a dedicated Menu button and illuminated buttons for control in low light. Additionally, hard type color correction filters are now used, providing durability and convenience when used with a camera set for Auto white balance. And when taking pictures in certain situations such as in rapid sequence, to prevent the flash tube from overheating, an improved thermal cut out protection has been adopted that slows recycling instead of cutting off the flash.
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YOU GET WHAT YOU PAY FOR I have the SB 910 for just one day. Right out of the box, I am very satisfied. As I have said previously, when you work with a system, there is no reason to go outside the box and purchase an inferior product. Just the feel upon opening the box you have your answer. There are many compatible products on the shelf that are quite a bit lower in price, but you get what you pay for when purchasing a Nikon product. Quality build and works exactly the way it was designed. I will now be using this along with two SB 600 and a SU 800 I previously have been working with. I primarily shoot with a D7100, MBD15 battery grip and a 17X55 mm F2.8. Original manufactured products are the only way to go..Just add your creativity and you will be very satisfied. December 8, 2014
excellent speedlight, nikons, best!!!! I"ve owned various nikon speedlights, through the years, the 910 in my opinion, incorporates all of what was missing in previous versions, such as the 900, bravo, Nikon for making such a fine speelight, as the 910 March 30, 2014
Great update to a great accessory The Nikon SB-910 has many improvements over my previous Nikon SB-800 Flash. Somewhat intuitive, lightweight and sturdy. I am very pleased with the performance and do not regret upgrading to the SB-910. December 7, 2013
So awesome! I love being able to use this flash off camera for all my needs! Someday I want to buy multiple but for now just one works great! November 27, 2013
A Very Versitile Flash I purchased the SB-910 several months ago. Yes the price tag is a bit high however the SB-910 is made in Japan accounting for some of the higher price than say the SB700. Overall it is and extremely good versatile flash, definitely pro level. The SB-910 is slightly larger in size than the SB-700 and the old SB-800. The Graphic User interface is excellent. It is very easy to switch modes and features. The dedicated function buttons (which change functions when a different mode is used), adds to the versatility of the flash. The flash has modeling flash capability via the menu options. I also like the fact that as a pro level flash one has the option to select between iTTL and TTL flash modes, not an option on the SB700. Some of the modes of the flash are: flash value lock, repeating, manual, auto aperture and advanced wireless flash, The flash in Commander Mode can control 3 other flashes. The flash comes with a flash stand, fluorescent filter and an incandescent filter. The flash also comes with a diffuser dome, not to mention the built in diffuser panel. If you use a flash in your photography often whether pro or serious amateur often the SB-910 is flash is worth serious consideration. November 3, 2013
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Can i use SB-910 as master to trigger SB-80DX as off camera slave?

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I know SB-80DX has this remote trigger function but i'm curious about this function.
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Yes - you can indeed use the SB-910 as the master to trigger the SB-80DX as a slave.
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what is the warranty period

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Warranty is one year from date of purchase.
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Is this flash compatible with my D7100?

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Fully compatible.
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Is the SB 910 speedlight compatible with the D 90 and the D7100? How hard is it for first timers? Do you just attach and go?

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Yes. The SB-910 is fully compatible with the D90 and D7100. It is currently Nikon Most powerful speedlight. The SB-910 is very easy to learn and there are many easy tutorials available for it. The Rotary Select Dial easily sets key flash functions quickly and a prominent Master and Remote control switch simplifies wireless operation.You can change the mode simply by pressing the mode button. In TLL mode, you can shooting without changing the flash setting. The SB-910 delivers precise flash exposures and a natural balance between foreground and background–even in challenging lighting situations. It also has all the functions you will need for advance flash photography.
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All Nikon SB-910 speedlights are the same.
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can the SB-910 and SB-600 be used together? Is there any other equipment needed?

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I'm using a Nikon D5300 with an SB-600 and considering adding the SB-910. What additional items will i need if any?
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The SB-910 and the SB-600 can be used together without any other additional items. Either speedlight can be used as a commander to control the other flash.
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I have a D800 will this flash work wirelessly with my camera?

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The SB-910 will operate remotely with the D800.
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external battery Pack, does one exist?

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Yes, the SD-9 battery pack, you can also use the SD-8a
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Would the SB-910 work for macro?

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I'm looking for a do-all flash and was wondering if the SB-910 would work on my D7000 with 85 Micro Nikkor for true macro work outdoors & in?
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It will be good for macro as you can also use it off camera to get some good results.
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How do I use the 910 wirelessly? I have 2 units, and wish to trigger both off camera.

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Setting up SB-910 Speedlights to function wireless is pretty straightforward, but without knowing what camera you are using it is difficult to give you exact instructions. Instructions on setting up the SB-910 for Wireless Multiple Flash-Unit Photography can be found starting on page D-1 of the SB-910 manual. If your DSLR has the capability to command wireless lighting, then your DLSR manual should include instructions on setting up Commander Mode.

A copy of the SB-910 manual can be downloaded from here:
https://support.nikonusa.com/app/an...

You can find downloads for Nikon's DSLR Manuals at this address:
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Also check out this article from Nikon's Learn & Explore section:
http://www.nikonusa.com/en/Learn-An...

For further assistance please contact Nikon Support: https://support.NikonUSA.com
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Is the SB-910 AF Speedlight compatible with the Nikon D4 and/or D4S cameras?

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Neither one was listed in the compatibility list online. Is this speedlight easy to use for beginners in flash photography?
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The SB-910 works just fine on the D4/s, however, if you want to use it off camera you will need either another flash or the SU-800 to control it as neither the D4 or 4s has an on board flash to use as a commander for the speed light.
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SB 901 with SC 17

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Can I use the SB 901 with the TTL sync cord SC 17?
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Sc-17 will work with the SB-910 but the hotshoe lock won't engage.
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Is the SB-910 compatible with D70?

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Yes it is
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Thanks!
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The SB-910 is fully compatible with the D7100. To use off camera just set the SB-910 on the included stand, hand hold it or some other type of stand choose the correct camera and flash settings and fire away.
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Is this flash compatable with Nikon D4 camera?

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Yes it is, though for off camera use you would require either another or the SU-800 to control it as the D4 has no on board flash.
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Do I need additional receiver/transmitters?

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I am considering purchase of a 3 flash system. If I have 1 SB910 mounted on camera and 2 others remote do I require additional transmitter/receives equipment or is the wireless function built in?
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No, no additional transmitter is needed. Set up the one on the camera as the master and the two off-camera units as the remotes. You can adjust the output of the various units through your camera's menu. Be sure you have all three units set to transmit/receive on the same channel.
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can you meter TTL (through the lens) when the flash is NOT mounted on the camera?

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I am using a nikon d7000, I am wondering whether the SB-910 will meter through the camera meter system wirelessly when in remote mode without the need to purchase a radio flash trigger kit / hotshoe
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Off camera cable

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I often shoot from a hide (blind) and need to have the 910 mounted on a tripod OUTSIDE the hide while the camera, a Nikon D5200 (and I) are inside, is there a cable available which connects the camera to the flash for firing and if so what is it called and where do I get one.
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SC-28 or SC-29 hot shoe cord.
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What is the color temperature of this flash?

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Nikons default daylight setting is 5400k. When you use the supplied filters the SB910 will auto adjust temp.
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How much lumens does this flash usually put out at full power?

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This information is not in the published specifications of the SB-910.
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Can the SB 910 be used as a slave with a non Speedlight flash master ?

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It has both a remote and SU4 mode.
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How do I use this flash with my D300s?

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1) I can't seem to get just the correct amount of light, I either blow out the pic with too much light or get a very dark pic with almost no light, I don't know what the proper settings are to get the right amount of light.

2) I am going to take portrait shots at my sons wedding in Jan & I need to know what settings to use & how to use the bounce flash card to accomplish this & the right amount of light with that bounce flash card??

I didn't save the pics that were too light or dark so I can't send any files & I haven't used the bounce flash card much at all as yet because I'am not sure what to set the flash to on my D300s.

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Can't teach flash photography in this small box. Suggest you read and watch videos on Nikons Learn-And-Explore :
http://www.nikonusa.com/en/Learn-And-Explore/Article/hsfv9ony/flash-photography-on-location.html
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What are the best settings on the SB910 for stroposcopic effects

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What are the best settings (i.e.) frequency of flash firing, number of flashes etc for a SB 910 Flash?
I would like to get the 3 separate flashes on a long 20 second exposure, recommendations would be most welcome! Thanks
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Repeating Flash Mode can be used to fire repeatedly during a single exposure to create stroboscopic multiple effects. Here is an article with a video on how to create a stroboscopic effect with the Nikon Speedlights: http://www.nikonusa.com/en/Learn-An...
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