Camera Flash / Speedlight: Nikon SB-300 Speedlight Flash Unit Flashgun
Model Name: Nikon SB-300 Speedlight Flash Unit Flashgun
Image:Nikon SB-300 Speedlight Flash Unit Flashgun
Fivercam Price (used) UK
eBay Price (used) UK
Release Date6 August 2013
Strenght / Power
Guide Number (ISO100, meters) Flash Specs 18/59 (ISO 100, m/ft)
Power Level Switching (Vari-power Range)0.6 m to 20 m (2 ft to 66 ft); varies with ISO sensitivity, bounce angle, and aperture
Head & Coverage
Bounce (Up-Down) Head MovementFlash rotates vertically up to 120° with stops where the flash is pointing directly ahead and at 60°, 75°, 90°, and 120°
Swivel (Rotation) Head movement
Focal Length Coverage Flash Specs Covers angle of view of 27 mm lens (FX format) or 18 mm lens (DX format)
Auto Zoom Head Flash Specs
Flash Related Functions
Flash Durations Flash Specs Lights for about 1/1650 s when fired at full power
Flash Modes(TTL) Flash Specs
  • Flash control mode: i-TTL, manual
  • Flash mode: Fill flash (front-curtain sync), front-curtain with slow sync, rear- curtain sync, and rear-curtain with slow sync
Flash Exposure Compensation / Correction Flash Specs
Secondary Illumination Flash Specs
Wireles Flash
Wireless Operation Flash Specs
Wireless Groups Flash Specs
Wireless Channels
Remote Timing Modes
Other Features
MountHot-shoe mount flash
Off Camera Terminal / External Connectors
Included AccessoriesSoft Case SS-DC1
Other Functions
Power Source & Recycle Time
Power Source - BatterryTwo AAA alkaline or NiMH batteries
External Power
Minimum Recycle Time (Charging time between shooting) Flash Specs
  • Alkaline: Approx. 4.0s (Endurance*3/recycling time*2: 70 or more uses/4.0-30s)
  • NiMH Approx. 3.5s (eEndurance*3/recycling time*2: 110 or more uses/3.5-30s)
Battery Life Flash Specs
Dimensions & Weight
DimensionsApprox. 57.4 x 65.4 x 62.3 mm (2.3 x 2.6 x 2.5 in.)
  • Approx. 120 g (4.2 oz), including two AAA alkaline batteries
  • Approx. 97 g (3.4 oz), body only
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Fivercam Wiki information:

There are three ways to trigger off-camera flash units wirelessly: via infrared, radio signals or a hybrid method that involves both infrared and radio. The infrared system works like the TV remote; there need to be a direct line of sight for the signal to reach the destination. The radio signal has no line-of-sight limitations, but comes at a rather high cost. The hybrid system simply takes the infrared signal from the commander, converts it over to radio and then converts it back to infrared on slave units.

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