Summary: Wish I have more $$$ to get two more. And, thx newegg! Fast shipping and low price.
Pros: Excellent! Work great with Nikon DSLR, can set the flash as wireless module and built-in DSLR as master. Also, work with certain Nikon point-and-shoot cameras. I have both D7000 and N65, it works great on both.
Cons: A bit noisy on the flash servo. Nikon should use the AF-s lens servo instead.
Excerpt: If you’re a serious photography amateur or a professional photographer, you will have a proper external flash on your DSLR. I have used both the Nikon SB-600, the SB-800, and now have had the chance to try the new SB-900. Here’s a quick rundown of what is changed from the …
Summary: l bought this flash to replace my SB800. What l love from this flash is the main switch that you can turn to put the falsh on remote instead to programm it like the SB800. SO it is faster.
Pros: - Very accurate and stable on light, even on many pictures, - Multi-step auto zoom covers wide 17-200mm zoom range,, - Automatically detects Nikon FX and Nikon DX formats and selects suitable light distribution,, - Improved booster circuit for high-speed recycle time: Recycle time using four AA-s...
Summary: a good product and brand is also vey good as you can experience the shooting moments in this and enjoy the moment and capture the moments every where with this Nikon . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Summary: very easy to use, quite powerful, great all rounder. Had a SB-600 before this and find this has a fair bit more bang for your buck which is always good. Would recommend to anyone looking for more power in a small unit
Delightful experience! This speedlight is on my D7000 all the time!
20 September 2011
Summary: Excellent flash! At the beginning i was still hesitating which to buy between SB-700 and SB-900, in the end i made the decision to get the SB-900 instead; simply because it is the best and the flagship of Nikon's speedlight.