Camera Flash / Speedlight: Nikon SB-N7 Speedlight Flash Unit Flashgun
Model Name: Nikon SB-N7 Speedlight Flash Unit Flashgun
Image:Nikon SB-N7 Speedlight Flash Unit Flashgun
Fivercam Price (used) UK
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Release Date
Strenght / Power
Guide Number (ISO100, meters) Flash Specs Max Guide No at ISO 100: 59ft./18m
Power Level Switching (Vari-power Range)
Head & Coverage
Bounce (Up-Down) Head MovementYes, 0 to +120°
Swivel (Rotation) Head movementNone
Focal Length Coverage Flash Specs
Auto Zoom Head Flash Specs None
Flash Related Functions
Flash Durations Flash Specs 1/1650 Second
Flash Modes(TTL) Flash Specs Nikon i-TTL
Flash Exposure Compensation / Correction Flash Specs -3 EV to +1 EV (in 1/3 EV steps) In-camera control
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 ConnectorsNone
Included Accessories
Other Functions
Power Source & Recycle Time
Power Source - Batterry2 x AAA Alkaline, Rechargeable NiMH Batteries
External Power
Minimum Recycle Time (Charging time between shooting) Flash Specs
Battery Life Flash Specs
Dimensions & Weight
Dimensions2.3 x 2.7 x 2.5" / 57.4 x 68.4 x 62.3 mm
Weight4.20 oz / 119 g with batteries and wide-angle adapter
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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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