Nikon SB-300 Speedlight Flashgun

June 4, 2019 - Comment

Max Flash Duration:0.6 ms, Supported Exposure Control:I-TTL, Features:Flash tube overheat protection, Shooting Distance:0.6 m – 20 m, Lens Coverage:18mm, Type:Hot-shoe clip-on flash, Vertical Rotation Angle:+120 / 0, Guide Number (m / ISO 100):18, Designed For:Nikon D4s, D5300, Df ¦ Nikon Coolpix P7800, Included Accessories:Carrying case, Required Battery:2 x battery – AAA type, Power Consumption:Recycling time

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Max Flash Duration:0.6 ms, Supported Exposure Control:I-TTL, Features:Flash tube overheat protection, Shooting Distance:0.6 m – 20 m, Lens Coverage:18mm, Type:Hot-shoe clip-on flash, Vertical Rotation Angle:+120 / 0, Guide Number (m / ISO 100):18, Designed For:Nikon D4s, D5300, Df ¦ Nikon Coolpix P7800, Included Accessories:Carrying case, Required Battery:2 x battery – AAA type, Power Consumption:Recycling time – 3.5 sec / 100 flash: – with 2 x AAA type – Nickel Metal Hydride ¦ Recycling time – 4 sec / 70 flash: – with 2 x AAA type – Alkaline

Product Features

  • Portable flash unit: The ideal piece of kit to have at hand when you need more light, or want to add a creative touch to your images. i-TTL compatible
  • Compatible with Nikon D-SLRs and COOLPIX cameras equipped with an accessory shoe
  • Versatile coverage: A guide number of 18/59 (m/ft at ISO 100) lets you illuminate distant subjects even in low-light conditions
  • Direct the light: The flash head tilts up to 120, giving you the freedom to angle the light just the way you want. Get creative with shots by ‘bouncing’ the flash off the ceiling or walls. Dimensions (W x H x D) : Approximately 57.4 x 65.4 x 62.3 mm
  • Easy operation: Simple to operate, the unit attaches directly to the camera’s accessory shoe

Comments

Anonymous says:

Light and portable automatic flash This is an excellent powerful compact flash from Nikon which used the iTTL system so the flash is controlled completely by the camera so one has a 95% chance of getting a properly exposed flash photo. The unit is totally controlled by a suitable Nikon Cameras (I use D3500) even including switching off the unit when the camera goes into stand-by mode and on again when the shutter is pressed half-way. Used with a variety of Nikon lenses it seems to be almost foolproof. You can angle it up for…

Anonymous says:

Not as bad as the reviews would have you believe After reading the online reviews of this little speedlight, I wasn’t expecting much. But I needed a flash for a family party at a club the next day and couldn’t spend too much – so I thought I’d give it a go. To my surprise I’m pleased with my purchase. The build quality seems ok and it came with a pouch to store the flash in. In terms of performance, I got about 90-100 pictures before the recycle time dropped somewhat. That’s using Duracell Power Plus batteries. I’ve got some cracking pictures…

Anonymous says:

Nikon SB-300 Speedlight Flashgun Nice little gun. Very small and pocketable. Runs off a couple of AAA batteries. All controlled through the camers so there are no options on the gun other than an on/off switch, Tilting head useful for softer lighting and red-eye reduction. Just what I wanted for photographing my grandchildren. Would have given it 5 stars but thought it a bit pricey for what it offers. But then it is Nikon so, unfortunately, you pay top dollar for the brand.

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