Nikon SB-700 AF Speedlight Flash for Nikon Digital SLR Cameras - Black
Nikon SB-700 flash intelligently transmits filter info to the camera for optimum white balance setting. Buy this Nikon Speedlight flash here at Souq.com.Versatility meets portability with the Nikon SB-700 AF Speedlight Flash for Nikon Digital SLR Cameras. It offers the perfect balance of performance, exposure, and portability for any professional photographer on the go. Its flexible flash head allows for creative lighting freedom for virtually any subject. Achieve incredibly brilliant results and easy, seamless lighting system integration with leading-edge hot shoe operation or wirelessly as a commander, master, or remote light source. With its intuitive menus and streamlined controls, the SB-700 Speedlight allows you to access its wide range of functionality with much-needed ease. Versatile auto power zoom coverage of the flash will enable you to comfortably cover lenses as wide as 24mm or up to 120mm in FX-format.
14-120 mm (DX-format)
24 to 120 mm (FX-Format)
2.8 x 5.0 x 4.1 in
Ideal Exposure Every Time
Optimized to be used with Nikon's Creative Lighting System AKA CLS, the Nikon SB-700 flash is equipped with Nikon’s high-precision Intelligent-Through-The-Lens flash control to deliver accurate flash exposure and class-dominant fill-flash performance, even in some of the most challenging lighting situations. Immediately before the primary flash goes off, the Speedlight SB-700 fires a series of monitor pre-flashes to convey the information about the environment's lighting condition to the camera. The i-TTL then intelligently balances the output of the flash and the scene's ambient light.
Complete Lighting Control
The SB-700 Nikon Speedlight flash features wireless Commander Mode that gives you total control over the compatible CLS products. This handy flash controls up to two remote Speedlight groups along with an unlimited number of compatible Speedlights. When utilized as a remote Speedlight, up to three groups can be selected by the user. Four wireless channel ways help manage various wireless conflicts in multi-photographer environments.