Camera Flash / Speedlight: Nikon SB-600 Speedlight Flash Unit Flashgun
Model Name: Nikon SB-600 Speedlight Flash Unit Flashgun
Image:Nikon SB-600 Speedlight Flash Unit Flashgun
Fivercam Price (used) UK
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Release Date28 January 2004
Strenght / Power
Guide Number (ISO100, meters) Flash Specs GN 98; 30/98 (ISO 100, m/ft), 42/138 (ISO 200, m/ft) at 35 mm zoom-head position, 20°C / 60°F
Power Level Switching (Vari-power Range)
Head & Coverage
Bounce (Up-Down) Head Movement90° degrees
Swivel (Rotation) Head movement270° degrees
Focal Length Coverage Flash Specs covering 24 to 85mm expands to 14mm with built-in wide-flash adapter
Auto Zoom Head Flash Specs Yes
Flash Related Functions
Flash Durations Flash Specs 1/900 sec. at M1/1 (full) output, 1/1600 sec. at M1/2 output, 1/3400 sec. at M1/4 output, 1/6600 sec. at M1/8 output, 1/11100 sec. at M1/16 output, 1/20000 sec. at M1/32 output, 1/25000 sec. at M1/64 output
Flash Modes(TTL) Flash Specs TTL (TTL, i-TTL and D-T
Flash Exposure Compensation / Correction Flash Specs dial in up to +3 to -3 stops
Secondary Illumination Flash Specs
Wireles Flash
Wireless Operation Flash Specs Yes - Remote (Slave)
Wireless Groups Flash Specs 3
Wireless Channels4
Remote Timing Modes
Other Features
MountHot-shoe mount flash
Off Camera Terminal / External Connectors
Included Accessories
Other Functions
Power Source & Recycle Time
Power Source - Batterry4 x AA batteries (Approx. 200 (Alkaline battery) - lasts Approx. 200 number of flashes (Alkaline battery)
External Power
Minimum Recycle Time (Charging time between shooting) Flash Specs Approx. 3.5 seconds (manual, w/R6 (AA), 4.0 seconds (Lithium Ion AA), 2.9 seconds (NiCd AA), 2.5 seconds (Ni-MH AA)
Battery Life Flash Specs
Dimensions & Weight
Dimensions124 x 90 x 68 mm (4.9 x 3.5 x 2.7 in)
Weight300g (10.6 oz)
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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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