Excerpt: What can I say: it's a top-of-the-line Nikon that performs very nicely, as you'd expect. If I could change anything it would be the remote communications. I would rather that radio instead of optical was available so that remotes could be placed anywhere and behind things (like inside light boxes).
Excerpt: This is the 4th Nikon SB-910 flash unit I've purchased! Not because the first 3 failed, but because the first 3 worked flawlessly! I just needed one more unit for studio and location work. All of my SB-910 flashes have they own Pocket Wizard Flex TT5 (also available from B&H) These units have been everything I need for a small one-man photo business.
Pros: Consistent Output, Durable, Easily Interchangeable, Lightweight, Strong Construction
Excerpt: I love this flash! I used the 900 for a long time but upgraded to the 910 because my two 900's were stolen. The 910 doesn't overheat and shut off like the 900's did and so it's a definite upgrade. I love bouncing the light for a nice soft light, or using just a hint of power for just a little fill. I like flash that looks natural and with lesser power and bouncing you really have the capabilities to make flash lighting look soft, natural, flattering, and beautiful.
Excerpt: This is my second SB-910. The functionality is amazing. A really like that the orange and green filters are included. This light is very powerful. In my tests I found I could use it for distances considerably beyond the range appearing in the display on the back. The only drawback is that one needs a course in how to use all the functionality provided.
Excerpt: Really had a pleasant surprise with this purchase. I have had numerous ttl flashes before, but never owned a Nikon flash. Their CLS system & HSS really works & makes life much easier. I never really used the ttl on other flashes...used manual almost all the time. The CLS system really seems to work & the remote triggering system is reliable. I had quit using my radio triggers long ago due to being unreliable and went to wired and slave modes.