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The next great speedlight from Nikon is here, introducing the Nikon SB-700, a high-performance portable flash with a host of new features designed to make flash photography simple, accurate and creative. The SB-700 is for photographers looking for an on-camera Speedlight offering more power for greater depth-of-field control than the built-in flash or for users looking for a compact Speedlight that can be set up as a Commander or a Remote in wireless flash set-ups as well as those who want to upgrade from their existing or older Nikon Speedlight.What’s in the box: Nikon SB-700 Speedlight Shoe Mount Flash, AS-22 Speedlight Stand for SB-700 (Replacement), SW-14H Diffusion Dome for SB-700 Flash, SZ-3TN Incandescent Filter for SB-700 Speedlight, SZ-3FL Fluorescent Filter for SB-700 Speedlight, SS-700 Soft Case for SB-700 Speedlight Shoe Mount Flash and 1-Year Limited Warranty. Flash Coverage:Multi-step auto zoom covers wide 24-120mm zoom range,Recycling Time:Approx. 2.5 sec. with NiMH or alkaline batteries, 3.5 s with lithium batteries,Number of Flashes:Approx. 160 (Alkaline) 260 (NiMH),Weight (without battery, memory card or body cap): Approx. 360g (14.6 oz.),Other Features:Ready Light, Thermal Cut-out function, Firmware update via compatible DSLR, Hard Color Filters,Dimensions:Approx. 71.0 x 126.0 x 104.5 mm,Power Requirements,Four AA-size 1.5V batteries:Supplied Accessories (may differ by country or area), Speedlight Stand AS-22, Nikon Diffusion Dome SW-14H, Incandescent Filter SZ-3TN, Fluorescent Filter SZ-3FL, Soft Case SS-700. Compatible cameras - All cameras compatible with Nikon Creative Lighting System (other cameras can be used but functionality is reduced)

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  • Portable, Versatile Speedlight Unit
  • Nikon''s Precision i-TTL Flash Control
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  • Hot Shoe and Wireless Operation
  • Wireless Flash Control

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R. Buchmann
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Awesome (and a little pricey). Be aware of different camera limitations. (LONG, but helpful review)
Reviewed in the United States on May 7, 2014
Style: SB-700Product Packaging: Standard Packaging
Most importantly, I am not a professional photographer. I would say I am a very enthusiastic hobbyist when it comes to photography. That being said, I always do my research when it comes to photo gear. For the purpose of this review, I use the Nikon D5100 which is a... See more
Most importantly, I am not a professional photographer. I would say I am a very enthusiastic hobbyist when it comes to photography. That being said, I always do my research when it comes to photo gear. For the purpose of this review, I use the Nikon D5100 which is a "cropped" (DX) sensor. That is somewhat relevant when looking into gear and flashes.

Overall, this is a great flash/speedlight upgrade to the built-in flash on your dSLR. There are cheaper and simpler options available, but if you want to buy a high quality product that has features that will let you expand your photography skills, this is a great option.

Important general things you should be aware of when consider any flash/speedlight upgade: (Final "Pros/Cons" at the bottom)

• Upgrading to an good mounted flash/speedlight will dramatically expand your options when using a flash as well as the overall quality of the photos taken with a flash. Keep in mind, a good mounted flash/speedlight like this can be used indoors AND outdoors to provide fill-light which is helpful when your subject is backlit or you are take shots in low-light.

• One of the primary benefits/goals for upgrading to a mounted flash/speedlight is to obtain better fill-light and softer, more even lighting to reduce or soften shadows. In order to make sure you have the most options, you will want a flash that can rotate up/down as well as left/right. This will allow you to "bounce" the flash off of a ceiling, wall or other reflective surface. This is one of the keys to getting softer shadows and it is super-simple to take advantage of. The SB-700 is 100% capable of doing this, but be aware that some other Nikon or third-party flashes do not rotate or only rotate up/down. If you plan to shoot in portrait mode (vertical orientation) you will need to be able to rotate the flash left/right in order to point at the ceiling.

• There are MANUAL flashes and "Automatic" TTL compatible flashes. The main difference is that MANUAL flashes require that you adjust the flash power/compensation yourself for each shot as the exposure changes and you zoom in/out. There is no "auto" mode like your built-in flash. Flashes that are more "automatic" are TTL compatible which means that use information from your camera (TTL = Through The Lens) to automatically calculate the amount of flash needed for a given shot based on other camera settings that determine the exposure needed. That being said, most experienced photographer comments/reviews I have scene will tell you that MANUAL is the way to go to learn and is perfectly suitable. However, I am sure many of you (like myself) are looking for something that is automatic most of the time, but gives you the option of manual adjustments, (This SB-700 offers both). Many of the cheaper (but not necessarily worse) flashes do not offer TTL or "Automatic" flash adjustment.

• Manufacturers like Canon, Nikon etc have their own proprietary "lighting systems". Think of these lighting systems as a set of rules/standards by which their cameras communicate with "compatible" flashes to properly light a scene with one or more flashes. IMPORTANT: Not all flashes are compatible with these proprietary lighting systems. Nikon''s system is referred to as "CLS" compatible which stands for "Creative Lighting System". This SB-700 is fully compatible with that system, but your camera may not all Nikon cameras have 100% of the hardware capabilities to take advantage of all of the CLS features. More on that later. Many third-party flashes do not offer compatibility with some of these proprietary systems. Some do, but I have read that there can be some compatible issues so be sure to do your research if you go the route of third-party flashes.

• Not all flashes/speedlights (and cameras) are capable of using high shutter speeds (above 1/200 of second or so). In my research, this seems to be an issue with the mid-range dSLRs (Like the D5100 and others) due to the fact that they use a mechanical shutter as opposed to an electrical one. It all has to do with how quickly the shutter can open/close and react to the timing of the flash. I believe this is referred to as flash sync of xSync. What does this mean? Well, if you want/need to use a flash and are hoping to "freeze" fast motion (faster than average at least), some cameras will not be capable of utilizing faster shutter speeds above 1/200 of a second. The special flash/shutter mode that allows this is referred to as "Auto FP" or "HSS" depending on your camera, etc. Is this an issue for you? I was kind of bummed about this and found out about it AFTER I purchased the SB-700. That being said, it really isn''t a huge deal. The drawback to using Auto FP/HSS (if you have it) is that is dramatically decreases the power/light of the flash to about 25%. So you aren''t going to get a ton of light anyway with those higher shutter speeds. Plus, at that point, the speedlight is acting more like a constant light than a true speedlight (to FREEZE motion). Would Auto FP/HSS be helpful in capturing faster than average motion? Probably. Should the lack of Auto FP/HSS on your camera prevent you from buying a flash? Probably not. So, the SB-700 is capable of AutoFP/HSS, but you camera (including the D5100) may not be.

• Master/Slave/Commander Stuff. You will definitely see info about master, slave, commander when researching flashes. This basically comes down to using one or more flashes off-camera (usually wirelessly) to achieve different lighting affects. From my "hobbyist" research, it basically involves a "Master" flash unit "Commanding" one or more "Slave" flashes. In order for a "Master" flash to control a "Slave" flash, the "Master" flash OR camera must have a "Commander" feature/capability. The good news is that the SB-700 is capable of being used as a master or slave flash, BUT the SB-700 does not (I believe) have "commander" functionality built-in (The SB-900 does). If you have a higher-end dSLR, you camera probably has "Commander" functionality built-in so you are good to go. Sadly, the D5100 does not have this functionality. What does this mean? If you want to use the SB-700 off-camera (but by itself) with a camera WITHOUT "commander" functionality, you will either need to use a hot-shoe cable from your camera to the SB-700 OR you will need to purchase an additional "Commander" unit (or the previously mentioned SB-900 mentioned) that attaches to your hot shoe and "adds" commander capabilities to your camera. The good news is that once you have "commander" functionality you can wirelessly control one or more slaves. Bottom line...if you are not concerned about using the SB-700 off-camera or with other flashes you don''t need to worry about this, BUT options are available if you decide to expand you lighting.

• Full-Frame vs Cropped Sensors (FX vs DX) and Flash Zoom modes. I won''t get into everything about sensors (because I don''t know everything about them), but I will say that not all flashes are fully compatible with both FX and DX format cameras/sensors. I THINK this ultimately means that the actually power and exposure of the flash will not be fully utilized by your camera if you have a DX camera (Like the D5100) and use a FX only flash. So if you buy a cheaper "high-power" flash, your DX camera may not get to use all of the advertised flash power. A lot of the time you will see stuff about GN or "Guide Number" this (I believe) has a lot to do with the flash power at different focal lengths and subject distances. The good news is that the SB-700 DOES support both FX and DX formats so you are somewhat future-proofed.

WOW. Ok, so If you made it this far, I am sure you are serious about a new flash. Hopefully I help you and saved you some time. Below is my "summary" of "pros/cons:

Pros:
Very versatile flash/speedlight upgrade
Can be used in "Automatic" mode OR Manual mode.
Fully compatible with Nikon CLS system
Supports both FX and DX cameras/sensors
Can rotate vertically and horizontally (ideal for bouncing in landscape AND portrait orientation)
Includes built-in diffuser and bounce panel
Also includes mountable diffuser dome for direct flash use
Supports automatic TTL and Manual modes
LCD Display is clear, backlit and easy to use
Offers master/slave capabilities for expanded lighting setups. No built-in commander though.
Most professional features for a more reasonable cost
Well-built and sturdy
Nice, laser-like pre-flash for proper focusing and exposure
From other reviews I have ready, it has a very fast "recycle" time which means you can take multiple shots with flash in quick succession. It seems to work well for me, but I have not calculated this myself.

Cons:
Pricey for non-professionals - although worth the price.
Have to be careful to depress side button when rotating. A little stiff
Definitely adds some size and weight to your setup. There are smaller/lighter options available.
You can get MANY of these features from third-party flashes/speedlights for LESS money, BUT you sacrifice full CLS/iTTL compatibility and probably are not getting the same level of product. The other feature usually missing from third-party flashes is either an "Automatic" mode and/or full support for FX & DX sensors.
For mid-range dSLRs (Including d5100), you can''t utilize Auto FP or HSS for higher than 1/200 of a second shutter with the flash.
Cameras without "Commander" functionality can''t use the SB-700 as a master without the use of a hot-shoe cable OR a separate "Commander" unit. There is not ability to "trigger" the SB-700 via the built-in flash of the D5100 and many others.

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Sunshine Test Lab
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Nikon SB-700 is All You Need
Reviewed in the United States on December 12, 2017
Style: SB-700Product Packaging: Standard Packaging
The SB-700 is a very capable and powerful flash. I have used it on multiple venues, both casual and professional, with excellent results. I pair it with a Nikon D750 body attached and off-cam remotely. As an experienced shooter, I never felt I needed a larger flash to cover... See more
The SB-700 is a very capable and powerful flash. I have used it on multiple venues, both casual and professional, with excellent results. I pair it with a Nikon D750 body attached and off-cam remotely. As an experienced shooter, I never felt I needed a larger flash to cover what I do. Most users may not need a larger flash for averge shooting conditions - this includes; groups, couples, individual portraits, products, industrial photography. Example, the SB-700 has plenty of reach for wider group shots out to 10-12 ft. coverage at 35mm/f-4 to f-5.6. I rarely need to go above ISO 400 for near dark conditions. Higher ISO quality camera bodies are now making larger flashes obsolete. If you are a novice the Nikon TTL system is as simple as set, point and shoot. As a beginner you will get fantastic results in full auto mode with most modern Nikon equipment. Do not be intimidated with an external speedlite as a beginner, they are fun, easy to learn and creative. Advanced users will appreciate the lightweight handling, flexible control options and battery efficiency. I rarely need to shoot at full power and am usually dialing power back. For daylight portrait work I pair this with a 24” octagon softbox for perfect fill light using remote triggers. The price of an SB-910/5000 can almost buy you two SB-700’s. That’s a great value. I can shoot any venue with a 700 and often use more than one for shadowing. The recycle is instant while off full power for hundreds of firings on the same batteries. Hey, the SB-700 works for me, put it to work for you. It’s a great tool and superior quality over aftermarket budget flashes. Now go shoot some pictures!
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Moose
3.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
More fragile than older speedlights
Reviewed in the United States on December 5, 2018
Style: SB-700Product Packaging: Standard Packaging
So, I''ve had an SB800 for a decade or more. Still works. It has been in my camera bag and traveled with me around the world, literally and figuratively, for a lot of years. Got an SB-700 a year and a month ago. I''ve used it a few times, not very many. About 1... See more
So, I''ve had an SB800 for a decade or more. Still works. It has been in my camera bag and traveled with me around the world, literally and figuratively, for a lot of years.

Got an SB-700 a year and a month ago. I''ve used it a few times, not very many. About 1 week after the warranty expired it failed. Won''t turn on. My camera bag got dropped, but the SB800, my camera, and everything else were also in it with no damage, but the 700 failed. $200 repair, one week out of warranty, and there''s literally NO external damage. It looks like new, in fact, as I''m much less hard on equipment than in years past when I always traveled with a camera.

Functionally, it works OK. The pictures are fine, properly exposed, and it seems to communicate OK with the master when used as a remote slave.

Practically, it''s a little hard to operate the on/off switch and get it into the right mode. I appreciate the physical switch as opposed to having to press and hold and scroll menus, so I get the idea, but it''s small enough that pushing the button and finding the right detent is kind of award.

Feature set is adequate, though for this price... geez this thing is expensive. Way more expensive than it should be considering how it''s really a fragile consumer item, not a durable, professional tool.

I''ve been using Nikon products almost exclusively for 25 years, and am a fan of their Nikkor lenses. But this particular product is a sad disappointment for the price.
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voldemortified
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Portable Powerhouse will Take your Photography to Another Level
Reviewed in the United States on July 22, 2017
Style: SB-700Product Packaging: Standard Packaging
If you''re thinking about upgrading from your camera''s integrated flash, then this unit is a no brainer. The quality of your pictures will skyrocket if you use this flash to provide additional light and bounce it appropriately off of the ceiling or wall. It''s also a great... See more
If you''re thinking about upgrading from your camera''s integrated flash, then this unit is a no brainer. The quality of your pictures will skyrocket if you use this flash to provide additional light and bounce it appropriately off of the ceiling or wall. It''s also a great unit that is flexible to accommodate your growing skill and equipment.

The SB-700 has easily replaced my SB-900 for mobile lighting at events, gatherings, and while traveling. It offers nearly the same light output as its big brother while being imminently more portable. It''s also much easier to use than the old SB-600''s limited user interface.

It also integrates well into a multi-light setup. I use a set of pocket wizards to trigger an SB-900 key light, and this SB-700 as a fill. It''s a powerful and flexible setup that with a couple of cheap umbrellas and lightstands offers outstanding output.
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Nolongerwillingtoshareit
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
This is my second one
Reviewed in the United States on January 8, 2014
Style: SB-700Product Packaging: Standard Packaging
Much cheaper than the 900 or 910, easy to use. It''s plenty strong enough for portraiture. (Dare I say sometimes too strong even when dialed all the way down when you are in close quarters and can''t move it back and your modifiers only modify so much?). Believe it or not,... See more
Much cheaper than the 900 or 910, easy to use. It''s plenty strong enough for portraiture. (Dare I say sometimes too strong even when dialed all the way down when you are in close quarters and can''t move it back and your modifiers only modify so much?). Believe it or not, 1/128th of a second is occasionally a little more than I want.

I''ve used it at up to 30 feet (ish) at events and gotten some light on the scene. My true problem is that my camera''s sync speed (1/250) isn''t high enough to suit me for action shots shot with a wide open aperture in bright light, even with an ND filter and my camera doesn''t have a flash sync override feature. That''s not the speedlight''s lack.

I use plain old rechargeable AA batteries - no buying some esoteric hard to find or insert batteries. I used to shoot all day events for a park and always had plenty of juice left. The ONLY time I ever ran out and needed to swap in a new set, was when I shot 700+ pictures for a wedding.

I''ve read that the flash will slow down if it is getting warm (versus shutting off in the 900). It''s never been a problem for me - any slowdown has been barely noticeable, if indeed, it''s even happening. But again, I''m shooting mostly portraits or things that aren''t zooming around. If you are wanting to shoot stop action, multiple frames, over and over, you will likely get some heat-caused slowdown. (Nikon users, be aware that shooting in Jpeg instead of RAW/NEF and turning off Active-d lighting in your camera will bring back some frame speed for you-just an FYI).

I bought my first around two years ago and have used it well - I do try not to ABUSE it however. Nothing has ever broken off, it still works great. Hence my decision to add another one for more light control that''s portable.

If you are looking to buy your first flash - I recommend it. It has more capabilities than the lesser versions and it''s not hard to learn. Get a Dummies book, or the DVD that Nikon put out on this speedlight if the manual makes you blind. You will outgrow a lesser flash faster than you think if you plan on using flash in general. The iTTL feature is nice. You will also have the choice of using it in manual or with your guide number. I''ve since purchased Flex5 radio triggers by Pocket Wizard that will work without requiring line of sight and also work with the iTTL feature. I''ve put out a little money on all this over the last two years, but not an exorbitant amount and my equipment is shaping up around my needs fairly well. (When I win Lotto, I''ll finally buy a full frame camera) ;)

The only thing I can really complain of, which users of even the 910 have posted - is "Nikon-why don''t you put a battery charge scale on it?" It''d be nice to know.
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T Bruce
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Fast recycle time and good Nikon quality
Reviewed in the United States on April 14, 2019
Style: SB-700Product Packaging: Standard Packaging
Works great. Sips batteries and the flash recycles from a full-power blast remarkably fast compared to my older Canon 550EX that I came from. It seems a bit pricey for what it is, but overall I''m pleased with the results and the build quality. One feature I miss... See more
Works great. Sips batteries and the flash recycles from a full-power blast remarkably fast compared to my older Canon 550EX that I came from. It seems a bit pricey for what it is, but overall I''m pleased with the results and the build quality.

One feature I miss is multi-flash capability. That is, sequential strobe output at a user-specified frequency. My 20 year old 550EX had this feature and could strobe from 1-200 Hz. Really useful for creative shots. I didn''t use it enough, though and couldn''t justify the significantly higher cost of the SB-5000 as a hobbyist.

Some reviewers complained that the push-button on the side to allow swivel and tilt is difficult to actuate. The button has a rubber cap which does sort of mute any tactile feedback from the mechanism, but after a day or two I found it to be a non-issue. Would definitely make the same purchase again.
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Katie
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
best speedlight available!
Reviewed in the United States on November 24, 2019
Style: SB-700Product Packaging: Standard Packaging
I''m a professional real estate photographer and have been using these flashes for years. I work them hard and they last a long time. I''ve tried other less expensive brands here and there but they''ll only last a few months to a year and burn out due to my heavy use. These... See more
I''m a professional real estate photographer and have been using these flashes for years. I work them hard and they last a long time. I''ve tried other less expensive brands here and there but they''ll only last a few months to a year and burn out due to my heavy use. These flashes last 3-4 years a piece and someone using it less frequently could probably get 5-10 years out of one! Worth the price. I won''t waste my money on cheap off brands when it comes to my speed lights ever again.
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5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Excellent Speedlight!
Reviewed in the United States on June 5, 2016
Style: SB-700Product Packaging: Standard Packaging
It''s a little frustrating for me as I had a SB-28 for my old film Nikon, but it had to be used manually on my D90. This baby works wonders! It adjusts to the camera and ambient light with amazing ability. I shot a concert recently that wasn''t lit for photography. I did some... See more
It''s a little frustrating for me as I had a SB-28 for my old film Nikon, but it had to be used manually on my D90. This baby works wonders! It adjusts to the camera and ambient light with amazing ability. I shot a concert recently that wasn''t lit for photography. I did some shots with the flash and some without. The flash gave my beautiful pictures without drowning out or lighting up everything. I no longer gets complaints about my flash being too bright.
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5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
二度とニコンは買わないと決心させてくれた素晴らしい商品ですね!
Reviewed in Japan on August 26, 2019
普段はカメラはニコンを使用しているので、ストロボもどうせなら同メーカーにしたいと 初めてのストロボをこちらの商品に決めました。 お付き合いの程度は週に1回~2回ほど、約50回ほどのシャッターを押し その度に美しい光を僕に与えてくれました。 撮影やカメラの素人が使うには、もったいないくらいの素敵なストロボと出会うことができたと思っていました。 いつも室内で使いながら、大切なものなので普段からなるべく丁寧なお付き合いを心がけてきましたが、 保証された期間1年から3か月を過ぎたある日に突然、 シャッターを押すと、少しの発光はしますが、...See more
普段はカメラはニコンを使用しているので、ストロボもどうせなら同メーカーにしたいと 初めてのストロボをこちらの商品に決めました。 お付き合いの程度は週に1回~2回ほど、約50回ほどのシャッターを押し その度に美しい光を僕に与えてくれました。 撮影やカメラの素人が使うには、もったいないくらいの素敵なストロボと出会うことができたと思っていました。 いつも室内で使いながら、大切なものなので普段からなるべく丁寧なお付き合いを心がけてきましたが、 保証された期間1年から3か月を過ぎたある日に突然、 シャッターを押すと、少しの発光はしますが、 光量が明らかに減ってしまうという故障が起きてしまいました。 すぐさまニコンのピックアップサービスを使い 修理センターへストロボを送ったところ、届いたメールには 故障原因もなく、お見積り金額23,500円のみ。 今後の使用の参考にしたいとNikon修理コールセンターへ直接電話をかけるも、 非常に愛想の悪い女性から故障についてのお詫びの言葉もなければ、 こちらが壊したことが前提のような受け答えはまるでクレーム対処そのものでした。 結局、故障した原因もわかないままに修理の依頼をするかしないかは、 今ここで決めなければならないとのことでした。 せめて電話を受けた際に、少しでも申し訳なさそうな姿勢や言葉があれば 修理を依頼し、再びあのストロボとよりを戻そうかとも考えました。 しかし、電話の受話器から耳へと伝わってくる悪魔のようなコールセンターの女性の態度と また1年後に故障するかもしれないストロボへ、毎年2万円を捧げながらお付き合いしてくのならば、 いっそ別の新しい出会いに期待をしたいと考え、修理をお断りすることにしました。 結局、使い物にならなくなってしまった大切な大切なストロボは、 その場で破棄をしてもらうこともできずに 手切れ金としてピックアップサービスの料金と往復の送料、計2,900円程を納め 役立たずのゴミを手元に戻すことにしました。 このようなことから私は今後、カメラ含めニコンとのお付き合いを 解消させていただくことにしました。 保障期間が外れたらすぐ故障する前提で、年間約2万円を捧げながら 故障の原因もわからずに、コールセンターに叱責をいただきながら それも楽しみ方の一つと思いこのストロボと 付き合っていきたいという方には是非オススメの商品です!!
普段はカメラはニコンを使用しているので、ストロボもどうせなら同メーカーにしたいと
初めてのストロボをこちらの商品に決めました。

お付き合いの程度は週に1回~2回ほど、約50回ほどのシャッターを押し
その度に美しい光を僕に与えてくれました。
撮影やカメラの素人が使うには、もったいないくらいの素敵なストロボと出会うことができたと思っていました。

いつも室内で使いながら、大切なものなので普段からなるべく丁寧なお付き合いを心がけてきましたが、
保証された期間1年から3か月を過ぎたある日に突然、
シャッターを押すと、少しの発光はしますが、
光量が明らかに減ってしまうという故障が起きてしまいました。

すぐさまニコンのピックアップサービスを使い
修理センターへストロボを送ったところ、届いたメールには
故障原因もなく、お見積り金額23,500円のみ。

今後の使用の参考にしたいとNikon修理コールセンターへ直接電話をかけるも、
非常に愛想の悪い女性から故障についてのお詫びの言葉もなければ、
こちらが壊したことが前提のような受け答えはまるでクレーム対処そのものでした。
結局、故障した原因もわかないままに修理の依頼をするかしないかは、
今ここで決めなければならないとのことでした。

せめて電話を受けた際に、少しでも申し訳なさそうな姿勢や言葉があれば
修理を依頼し、再びあのストロボとよりを戻そうかとも考えました。

しかし、電話の受話器から耳へと伝わってくる悪魔のようなコールセンターの女性の態度と
また1年後に故障するかもしれないストロボへ、毎年2万円を捧げながらお付き合いしてくのならば、
いっそ別の新しい出会いに期待をしたいと考え、修理をお断りすることにしました。

結局、使い物にならなくなってしまった大切な大切なストロボは、
その場で破棄をしてもらうこともできずに
手切れ金としてピックアップサービスの料金と往復の送料、計2,900円程を納め
役立たずのゴミを手元に戻すことにしました。

このようなことから私は今後、カメラ含めニコンとのお付き合いを
解消させていただくことにしました。

保障期間が外れたらすぐ故障する前提で、年間約2万円を捧げながら
故障の原因もわからずに、コールセンターに叱責をいただきながら
それも楽しみ方の一つと思いこのストロボと
付き合っていきたいという方には是非オススメの商品です!!
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Peter Frost
3.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Great iTTL performance. Manual settings are a nightmare
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on November 30, 2016
The SB-700 uses an iTTL optical (infra-red) system to communicate exposure information from a camera. This works very well, with good quality and accurate light production. The drawbacks: the camera’s popup flash fires an optical signal that can produce reflections on a...See more
The SB-700 uses an iTTL optical (infra-red) system to communicate exposure information from a camera. This works very well, with good quality and accurate light production. The drawbacks: the camera’s popup flash fires an optical signal that can produce reflections on a background and can cause humans/animals to blink – meaning the subjects have their eyes closed when the actual shot is taken. The answer is to purchase a Nikon SG-31R shield that hides the optical light, but lets through the required signal - off-camera, there has to be a clear line of sight from the camera’s popup and the flash unit, otherwise nothing happens. The sensor on the flash unit is only on its right-hand side, but it is quite sensitive to the popup signal - ambient light can confuse the monitoring system Using the flash unit’s Manual Mode is an alternative – off-camera requires a PC lead from camera to flash unit or a radio transmission/receiving system set up on both, or the use of iTTL trigger. In Manual Mode, the flash unit does not acknowledge the camera''s ISO and Aperture settings. Most sensible flash units allow the input of the ISO and F-Stop settings which are being used on the camera – but not the Speedlight. The Guide Number is given (this is the distance of the flash unit to the subject, multiplied by the F-Stop (ie GN of 28 at 100 ISO provides light to 7 metres at F4 or 4 metes at F7 etc or it will reach 7 metres at F8 at 400 ISO). The only control of the light intensity is to employ the Speedlight’s facility to fire at maximum, or ½, ¼ etc of its maximum. Discovering the percentage of this maximum requires a tape measure, a calculator, paper and pencil, strong coffee/tea and a string of mathematical equations – this is insanity. Nikon should publish a selection of suggested maximum percentages, across a range of distances, F-Stops and ISOs. The flash unit comes with a decent pouch, coloured filters, a removeable foot and a useful manual in English. Tips: - in iTTL Mode, switch off the camera’s popup flash, unless it is really needed. The information is still sent to the flash unit - disable unused matching groups, to reduce the number of preflashes from the camera - the flash unit has various choices of narrow or wide-angle light dispersal. Ensure that the focal length of the camera’s lens is not wider than that set on the flash unit, otherwise there will be a fall-off of light at the edges of the shot - if the camera is a Nikon, use flash white balance, not auto white balance, as Nikons can produce a bluish tint
The SB-700 uses an iTTL optical (infra-red) system to communicate exposure information from a camera. This works very well, with good quality and accurate light production. The drawbacks: the camera’s popup flash fires an optical signal that can produce reflections on a background and can cause humans/animals to blink – meaning the subjects have their eyes closed when the actual shot is taken. The answer is to purchase a Nikon SG-31R shield that hides the optical light, but lets through the required signal
- off-camera, there has to be a clear line of sight from the camera’s popup and the flash unit, otherwise nothing happens. The sensor on the flash unit is only on its right-hand side, but it is quite sensitive to the popup signal
- ambient light can confuse the monitoring system

Using the flash unit’s Manual Mode is an alternative – off-camera requires a PC lead from camera to flash unit or a radio transmission/receiving system set up on both, or the use of iTTL trigger. In Manual Mode, the flash unit does not acknowledge the camera''s ISO and Aperture settings. Most sensible flash units allow the input of the ISO and F-Stop settings which are being used on the camera – but not the Speedlight. The Guide Number is given (this is the distance of the flash unit to the subject, multiplied by the F-Stop (ie GN of 28 at 100 ISO provides light to 7 metres at F4 or 4 metes at F7 etc or it will reach 7 metres at F8 at 400 ISO). The only control of the light intensity is to employ the Speedlight’s facility to fire at maximum, or ½, ¼ etc of its maximum. Discovering the percentage of this maximum requires a tape measure, a calculator, paper and pencil, strong coffee/tea and a string of mathematical equations – this is insanity. Nikon should publish a selection of suggested maximum percentages, across a range of distances, F-Stops and ISOs. The flash unit comes with a decent pouch, coloured filters, a removeable foot and a useful manual in English.
Tips:
- in iTTL Mode, switch off the camera’s popup flash, unless it is really needed. The information is still sent to the flash unit
- disable unused matching groups, to reduce the number of preflashes from the camera
- the flash unit has various choices of narrow or wide-angle light dispersal. Ensure that the focal length of the camera’s lens is not wider than that set on the flash unit, otherwise there will be a fall-off of light at the edges of the shot
- if the camera is a Nikon, use flash white balance, not auto white balance, as Nikons can produce a bluish tint
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Jim Bowen
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Takes a little practice, but it''s good
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on May 31, 2021
Most cameras come with an on-camera flash. The problem with that is that it gives you very little flexibility, when it comes to how you use it. You can only light your subject one way. You can vary the intensity a little, depending on the camera, but the flexibility is...See more
Most cameras come with an on-camera flash. The problem with that is that it gives you very little flexibility, when it comes to how you use it. You can only light your subject one way. You can vary the intensity a little, depending on the camera, but the flexibility is minimal. With this flash, it has a number of be benefit that allow you to improve the quality of the image you produce. First. you can change the direction in which the emitted light flows, This allows you to highlight things that might draw out you subject more.
Most cameras come with an on-camera flash. The problem with that is that it gives you very little flexibility, when it comes to how you use it. You can only light your subject one way. You can vary the intensity a little, depending on the camera, but the flexibility is minimal.

With this flash, it has a number of be benefit that allow you to improve the quality of the image you produce. First. you can change the direction in which the emitted light flows, This allows you to highlight things that might draw out you subject more.
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Hails McBails
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Extremely pleased
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on January 6, 2021
I''ve previously bought ''other branded'' speed lights because of the cost but finally decided to purchase the real thing and I couldnt be happier. I shouldve bought this speedlight years ago. You can immediately tell the quality of the speedlight on opening the box and it...See more
I''ve previously bought ''other branded'' speed lights because of the cost but finally decided to purchase the real thing and I couldnt be happier. I shouldve bought this speedlight years ago. You can immediately tell the quality of the speedlight on opening the box and it just kept coming. If anyone is resiting buying this because of the price -dont - it is well worth the money.
I''ve previously bought ''other branded'' speed lights because of the cost but finally decided to purchase the real thing and I couldnt be happier. I shouldve bought this speedlight years ago. You can immediately tell the quality of the speedlight on opening the box and it just kept coming. If anyone is resiting buying this because of the price -dont - it is well worth the money.
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Gill Ellis
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Expensive but worth it
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on March 17, 2017
This is SO much better than the on-camera flash. It can be angled upwards and sideways for bounce flash and has its own built in reflector for soft and even lighting. Great that it comes in its own padded box, along with a diffuser and coloured filters.Very easy to use with...See more
This is SO much better than the on-camera flash. It can be angled upwards and sideways for bounce flash and has its own built in reflector for soft and even lighting. Great that it comes in its own padded box, along with a diffuser and coloured filters.Very easy to use with my Nikon D5100. I haven''t tried anything fancy with it, but the capability is there (in the flash, that is, not necessarily in me!).
This is SO much better than the on-camera flash. It can be angled upwards and sideways for bounce flash and has its own built in reflector for soft and even lighting. Great that it comes in its own padded box, along with a diffuser and coloured filters.Very easy to use with my Nikon D5100. I haven''t tried anything fancy with it, but the capability is there (in the flash, that is, not necessarily in me!).
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The next great speedlight from Nikon is here, introducing the Nikon SB-700, a high-performance portable flash with a host of new features designed to make flash photography simple, accurate and creative. The SB-700 is for photographers looking for an on-camera Speedlight offering more power for greater depth-of-field control than the built-in flash or for users looking for a compact Speedlight that can be set up as a Commander or a Remote in wireless flash set-ups as well as those who want to upgrade from their existing or older Nikon Speedlight.What’s in the box: Nikon SB-700 Speedlight Shoe Mount Flash, AS-22 Speedlight Stand for SB-700 (Replacement), SW-14H Diffusion Dome for SB-700 Flash, SZ-3TN Incandescent Filter for SB-700 Speedlight, SZ-3FL Fluorescent Filter for SB-700 Speedlight, SS-700 Soft Case for SB-700 Speedlight Shoe Mount Flash and 1-Year Limited Warranty. Flash Coverage:Multi-step auto zoom covers wide 24-120mm zoom range,Recycling Time:Approx. 2.5 sec. with NiMH or alkaline batteries, 3.5 s with lithium batteries,Number of Flashes:Approx. 160 (Alkaline) 260 (NiMH),Weight (without battery, memory card or body cap): Approx. 360g (14.6 oz.),Other Features:Ready Light, Thermal Cut-out function, Firmware update via compatible DSLR, Hard Color Filters,Dimensions:Approx. 71.0 x 126.0 x 104.5 mm,Power Requirements,Four AA-size 1.5V batteries:Supplied Accessories (may differ by country or area), Speedlight Stand AS-22, Nikon Diffusion Dome SW-14H, Incandescent Filter SZ-3TN, Fluorescent Filter SZ-3FL, Soft Case SS-700. Compatible cameras - All cameras compatible with Nikon Creative Lighting System (other cameras can be used but functionality is reduced)

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Features

  • Portable, Versatile Speedlight Unit
  • Nikon''s Precision i-TTL Flash Control
  • Complete Flash Head Positioning Freedom
  • Hot Shoe and Wireless Operation
  • Wireless Flash Control

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