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Seite 1 - User’s Manual

User’s ManualAutofocus SpeedlightEnEn

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APreparationA–10Q&A Index Flash photography 2 (with wireless SB-910)Question Key phrase0How do I take pictures using multiple fl ash units? Advance

Seite 3 - Included items

E–18EFunctionsFlash Photography Support Functions Power zoom functionThe SB-910 automatically adjusts the zoom head position to match the lens focal

Seite 4 - About this user’s manual

E–19EFunctionsPower zoom function canceled Power zoom function can be canceled in the custom settings. (0B-18)An “• ” above the “ ” indicator appears

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E–20EFunctionsFlash Photography Support FunctionsAF-assist illumination/ canceling fl ash functionAF-assist illumination can be activated or cancele

Seite 6 - Terminology

E–21EFunctions ISO sensitivity manual settingISO sensitivity can be set manually in the custom settings. (0B-19)ISO sensitivity can be set at from 3

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E–22EFunctionsFlash Photography Support FunctionsSU-4 type wireless multiple fl ash-unit photography (0D-12)When the camera’s depth-of-field preview

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E–23EFunctions Thermal cut-outThe SB-910 features a function that offers protection against damage to the fl ash panel and body from overheating. This

Seite 9 - Q&A Index

E–24EFunctionsFunctions to Be Set on the CameraThe following functions are available when used with cameras so equipped. Set these functions on the ca

Seite 10 - Settings and operations

E–25EFunctions Flash value lock ( FV lock)The SB-910 sets the fl ash output to locked fl ash exposure. This maintains the subject’s illumination, even i

Seite 11 - Table of Contents

E–26EFunctionsFunctions to Be Set on the Camera Rear-curtain syncIn normal fl ash photography, when photographing fast-moving subjects at low shutter s

Seite 12 - Functions

F–1FFor Use with Non-CLS-compatible SLR CamerasFor Use with Non-CLS-compatible SLR CamerasF Using the SB-910 with non-CLS-compatible SLR cameras is po

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A–11ATable of ContentsA PreparationAbout the SB-910 and This User’s Manual ...A-2Q&A Index ...

Seite 14 - For Your Safety

G–1GFor Use with COOLPIX CamerasFor Use with COOLPIX CamerasGUsing the SB-910 with COOLPIX cameras listed below is possible, although some functions

Seite 15 - Preparation

G–2GFor Use with COOLPIX Camerast CLS-compatible COOLPIX cameras Wireless multiple flash-unit photography is possible when an SB-910, SB-900, • SB-800

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H–1HTips on Speedlight Care and Reference InformationTips on Speedlight Care and Reference InformationHThis section explains troubleshooting, Speedlig

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H–2HTips on Speedlight Care and Reference InformationProblem Cause Solution0Remote fl ash unit does not fi re.The distance between the master fl ash unit

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H–3HTips on Speedlight Care and Reference InformationTroubleshootingWarning indicator Cause Solution0Safety circuit activation indicator appears.All f

Seite 19 - Check before Use

H–4HTips on Speedlight Care and Reference Information Guide Number, Aperture and Flash-to-subject DistanceThe guide number (GN) indicates the amount

Seite 20 - Speedlight Parts

H–5HTips on Speedlight Care and Reference InformationNever use thinner, benzene or other active agents when cleaning the Speedlight, as this may damag

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H–6HTips on Speedlight Care and Reference Information Operating locationAn extreme temperature change can cause condensation to form inside the • SB-9

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H–7HTips on Speedlight Care and Reference InformationNotes on BatteriesBecause flash consumes a large amount of battery power, batteries may not • op

Seite 23 - Activating key lock

H–8HTips on Speedlight Care and Reference InformationAbout the LCD Panel Characteristics of the LCD panelDue to the directional characteristics of LC

Seite 24 - Function Buttons

APreparationA–12Table of ContentsE FunctionsSwitching Illumination Patterns ... E-2Bounce Fl

Seite 25 - Basic Operations

H–9HTips on Speedlight Care and Reference Information Updating FirmwareThe latest Nikon fi rmware can be downloaded from the Nikon website.Firmware is

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H–10HTips on Speedlight Care and Reference InformationOptional AccessoriesSpeedlight Stand AS-21 Same as that provided with this SB-910. Color Fi

Seite 27 - Low battery power indicator

H–11HTips on Speedlight Care and Reference InformationOptional Accessories External power sourceUse of an optional external power source provides a s

Seite 28 - Adjusting the flash head

H–12HTips on Speedlight Care and Reference InformationSpecifi cationsExternal power sourceBatteriesMin. recycling time (approx.)*1Min. number of fl ashe

Seite 29 - Turn the SB-910 and the

H–13HTips on Speedlight Care and Reference InformationSpecificationsElectronic constructionAutomatic Insulated Gate Bipolar Transistor (IGBT) and seri

Seite 30 - Selecting the flash mode

H–14HTips on Speedlight Care and Reference InformationBounce capabilityFlash head tilts down to 7° or up to 90° with click-stops at −7°, 0°, 45°, 60°,

Seite 31 - Settings and the LCD

H–15HTips on Speedlight Care and Reference InformationSpecificationsFlash compensation−3.0 EV to +3.0 EV in increments of 1/3 EV steps in i-TTL, auto

Seite 32 - Custom settings

H–16HTips on Speedlight Care and Reference InformationIn FX format, standard illumination pattern ISO sensitivity Zoom head position (mm)128006400 32

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H–17HTips on Speedlight Care and Reference InformationSpecifications Angle of coverage (in FX format)Zoom head position setAngle of coverage (°)Vertic

Seite 34 - Setting My Menu

H–18HTips on Speedlight Care and Reference Information Guide number tableThe SB-910 guide numbers differ depending on the camera’s image area, illumi

Seite 35 - Display mode

A–13AH Tips on Speedlight Care and Reference InformationTroubleshooting ...

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H–19HTips on Speedlight Care and Reference InformationSpecificationsGuide number table (in FX format)Standard illumination pattern, at ISO 100; m/ft

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H–20HTips on Speedlight Care and Reference InformationGuide number table (for auto FP high-speed sync)Standard illumination pattern, at ISO 100; m/ft

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H–21HTips on Speedlight Care and Reference InformationSpecifications Min. number of flashes/ recycling time for each battery typeBatteries Min. recyc

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H–22HTips on Speedlight Care and Reference InformationIndexRefer to “Speedlight Parts” (• 0B-1) for names of parts.AAccessories ...

Seite 40 - i-TTL Mode

H–23HTips on Speedlight Care and Reference InformationIndexFlash-ready indicator (in remote mode) ... D-20Fluoresc

Seite 41 - Setting i-TTL mode

H–24HTips on Speedlight Care and Reference InformationNon-TTL auto fl ash mode ... C-8Number of fl ash fi rings ... C-19OOFF (

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User’s ManualAutofocus SpeedlightPrinted in JapanTT1L04(11)8MSA4411-04EnNo reproduction in any form of this manual, in whole or in part (except for br

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APreparationA–14For Your SafetyBefore using your product, please read the following safety precautions carefully and thoroughly to ensure correct and

Seite 44 - Auto Aperture Flash Mode

A–15APreparationThe flash unit should never be submerged in liquid or exposed to rain, 6. saltwater or moisture unless it is properly protected from t

Seite 45 - Monitor pre-fl ashes

APreparationA–16For Your Safety CAUTIONS for SpeedlightsDo not touch the flash unit with wet hands,1. as this could cause an electric shock.Keep the

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A–17APreparationIf corrosive liquids seep from the batteries and get in your eyes, 7. immediately wash your eyes with running water and consult with a

Seite 47 - Non-TTL Auto Flash Mode

APreparationA–18For Your Safety CAUTION for BatteriesDo not throw or apply strong physical shocks to the batteries as this could cause batteries to le

Seite 48 - Non-TTL Auto Flash Mode

A–19APreparationCheck before Use Tips on using the SpeedlightTake trial shotsTake trial shots before photographing important occasions such as wedding

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APreparationA–2About the SB-910 and This User’s ManualThank you for purchasing the Nikon Speedlight SB-910. To get the most out of your Speedlight, pl

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B–1BOperationOperationBSpeedlight PartsPUSH2546311097131211151416178 1 Flash head 2 Flash head tilting/rotating lock release button (0B-9) 3 Bat

Seite 51 - Press the [OK] button

B–2BOperation20212224191823 18 Flash head tilting angle scale (0E-4) 19 Flash head rotating angle scale (0E-4) 20 Sync terminal cover 21 Sync termi

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B–3BOperationSpeedlight Parts25263433313230292827 25 [MODE] buttonSelects fl ash mode (0B-11) 26 [MENU] buttonDisplays custom settings (0B-13) 27 Fun

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B–4BOperationt Activating key lockKey lock iconPress function buttons 1 and 2, between which a lock icon is printed, simultaneously for 2 seconds. Th

Seite 54 - Manual Flash Mode

B–5BOperationFunction ButtonsThe assigned function or setting for each button differs according to the fl ash mode and settings of the SB-910.Function

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B–6BOperationThis section covers basic procedures in i-TTL mode in combination with a CLS-compatible camera.v Notes on continuous fl ash photographyTo

Seite 56 - Manual Flash Mode

B–7BOperationBasic Operations Compatible batteries and replacement/rechargingWhen replacing batteries, use four fresh AA-size batteries of the same

Seite 57 - Repeating Flash Mode

B–8BOperation Low battery power indicatorWhen battery power is low, the icon shown at the left appears on the LCD and the SB-910 stops functioning. R

Seite 58 - Repeating Flash Mode

B–9BOperationBasic Operations Detaching the SB-910 from the camera Make sure the SB-910 and the camera body are turned off, turn the lock lever 90° to

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B–10BOperationSTEP 4Turning the SB-910 and camera on Turn the SB-910 and the camera body on.LCD exampleThe image below is the SB-910 LCD example unde

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A–3APreparation Included itemsCheck that all items listed below are included with the SB-910. If any items are missing, inform the store where the SB-

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B–11BOperationBasic OperationsSTEP 5Selecting the flash mode Press the [MODE] button to highlight the fl ash mode. Rotate the selector dial to display

Seite 62 - Photography Setup

B–12BOperationSettings and the LCDIcons on the LCD show the status of settings. Displayed icons vary according to selected fl ash modes and settings.Th

Seite 63 - Advanced Wireless Lighting

B–13BOperation Custom Functions and Settings Various operations for the SB-910 can be easily set using the LCD. Displayed icons vary according to the

Seite 64 - Master fl ash unit

B–14BOperation Rotate the selector dial to highlight the chosen setting, and then press the [OK] button.Highlighted while selected• Press the [OK] but

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B–15BOperationCustom Functions and Settings Setting My MenuWhen a custom settings page is displayed, only the custom settings items that are set as

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B–16BOperationt Custom settings page display function and display modePage display functionCustom settings pages can be changed with function buttons

Seite 67 - [ MASTER]

B–17BOperationCustom Functions and Settings Available custom functions and settings(Bold: default)Non-TTL auto fl ash mode option (0C-5, C-8)Auto aper

Seite 68 - Setting the Remote Flash Unit

B–18BOperationTest fi ring fl ash output level in i-TTL mode (0E-21)M1/128: Approx. 1/128M1/32: Approx. 1/32M1/1: FullFX/DX format selection (0A-6)When

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B–19BOperationCustom Functions and Settings ISO sensitivity manual setting (0E-21)Setting ISO sensitivity within the range of between 3 and 8000.100:

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B–20BOperationZoom head position manual setting with broken built-in wide panel (0E-11)Selecting whether the zoom head position can be manually set or

Seite 71 - Repeating flash photography

APreparationA–4About the SB-910 and This User’s Manual About the SB-910The SB-910 is a high-performance Speedlight compatible with Nikon Creative Ligh

Seite 72 - 2. Remote flash unit setting

C–1CFlash ModesFlash ModesC i-TTL ModeInformation obtained by monitor pre-fl ashes and exposure control information is integrated by the camera to auto

Seite 73 - Remote mode LCD example

C–2CFlash Modes Setting i-TTL mode Press the [MODE] button. Rotate the selector dial to display or . Press the [OK] buttoni-TTL mode LCD example :

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C–3CFlash Modesi-TTL ModeEffective flash output distance range in i-TTL modeThe effective fl ash output distance range is indicated by numbers and a ba

Seite 75 - (manual) mode:

C–4CFlash Modesv When insuffi cient fl ash output for correct exposure is indicatedWhen the flash-ready indicators on the • SB-910 and in the camera’s

Seite 76 - [Setting AUTO mode (example)]

C–5CFlash Modes Auto Aperture Flash ModeThe SB-910’s light sensor for non-TTL auto fl ash measures the fl ash that is refl ected on the subject, and the

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C–6CFlash Modest Monitor pre-fl ashesMonitor pre-flashes can be activated or canceled as a non-TTL auto flash mode • option in the custom settings. (0

Seite 78 - Remote Flash Units

C–7CFlash ModesAuto Aperture Flash Mode Taking a picture in auto aperture flash mode Make sure the actual fl ash-to-subject distance is within the effe

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C–8CFlash Modes Non-TTL Auto Flash ModeThe SB-910’s light sensor for non-TTL auto fl ash measures the fl ash that is refl ected on the subject, and the

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C–9CFlash ModesNon-TTL Auto Flash Modet Monitor pre-fl ashesMonitor pre-flashes can be activated or canceled as a non-TTL auto flash mode • option in

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C–10CFlash Modes Taking a picture in non-TTL auto flash mode Press function button 3 to highlight the aperture. Rotate the selector dial to set apertu

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A–5APreparationt Tips on identifying CPU NIKKOR lensesCPU lenses have CPU contacts.The SB-910 cannot be used with IX-Nikkor lenses.• CPU contacts

Seite 83 - Functions

C–11CFlash ModesNon-TTL Auto Flash Modet Checking exposure before taking a pictureTest fi re the Speedlight under the same conditions and with the same

Seite 84 - Center-weighted

C–12CFlash Modes Distance-priority Manual Flash ModeIn this fl ash mode, when the fl ash-to-subject distance value is entered, the SB-910 automatically

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C–13CFlash ModesDistance-priority Manual Flash Mode Taking a picture in distance-priority manual flash mode Press function button 3 to highlight fl ash

Seite 86 - Bounce Flash Operation

C–14CFlash Modest When the SB-910’s fl ash head is tilted or rotated while in distance-priority manual fl ash mode When the Speedlight is used in distan

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C–15CFlash Modes Manual Flash ModeIn manual fl ash mode, aperture and fl ash output level are manually selected. This allows for control of exposure and

Seite 88 - Nikon Diffusion Dome

C–16CFlash Modes Taking a picture in manual flash mode Press function button 2 to highlight the fl ash output level. Set the fl ash output level by r

Seite 89 - Zoom head position indicator

C–17CFlash ModesManual Flash ModeSetting the fl ash output levelHighlight the fl ash output level, and then rotate the selector dial to change the fl

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C–18CFlash Modes Repeating Flash ModeIn repeating fl ash mode, the SB-910 fi res repeatedly during a single exposure, creating stroboscopic multiple-exp

Seite 91 - Taking Close-up Photographs

C–19CFlash ModesRepeating Flash Mode Setting flash output level, number and frequency of flash firingsThe • number of flash firings is the number of

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C–20CFlash Modes Taking a picture in repeating flash mode Press function button 2 to highlight the fl ash output level. Rotate the selector dial to cho

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APreparationA–6About the SB-910 and This User’s Manual Terminology Default settingsFunction and mode settings at the time of purchase Nikon Crea

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C–21CFlash ModesRepeating Flash ModeCamera’s LCDCamera’s LCD Calculate the aperture f-number from the fl ash-to-subject distance and the guide number,

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C–22CFlash Modest Checking fl ash operation before taking a picture Test fi re the Speedlight under the same conditions and with the same Speedlight and

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D–1DWireless Multiple Flash-unit PhotographyWireless Multiple Flash-unit PhotographyDSB-910 Wireless Multiple Flash-unit Photography SetupWith the S

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D–2DWireless Multiple Flash-unit Photography Advanced Wireless Lighting The master fl ash unit commands the remote fl ash units to fi re monitor pre-fl

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D–3DWireless Multiple Flash-unit PhotographySB-910 Wireless Multiple Flash-unit Photography Setup SU-4 type wireless multiple flash-unit photography R

Seite 99 - Flash compensation

D–4DWireless Multiple Flash-unit PhotographyWhen used in master modeWhen used in remote modeFlash photography with Advanced Wireless Lighting Flash

Seite 100 - Power zoom function

D–5DWireless Multiple Flash-unit PhotographySB-910 Wireless Multiple Flash-unit Functionsv Notes on canceling the master fl ash unit fl ash functionWhen

Seite 101 - AF-assist illumination

D–6DWireless Multiple Flash-unit PhotographySetting the Master Flash Unit Set the power switch/ wireless mode switch for multiple fl ash units to [ MA

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D–7DWireless Multiple Flash-unit PhotographySetting the Remote Flash Unit Set the power switch/ wireless mode switch for multiple fl ash units to [ REM

Seite 103 - Modeling illumination

D–8DWireless Multiple Flash-unit Photography Taking a picture with Advanced Wireless Lighting1. Master flash unit setting (flash mode, flash compensat

Seite 104 - Standby function

A–7APreparationi-TTL mode Flash mode in which the Speedlight fi res monitor pre-fl ashes and the camera measures the refl ected light and controls the S

Seite 105 - Thermal cut-out

D–9DWireless Multiple Flash-unit PhotographyAdvanced Wireless Lighting2. Remote flash unit setting (group, channel and zoom head position)[Setting gro

Seite 106 - Auto FP high-speed sync

D–10DWireless Multiple Flash-unit Photography Repeating flash photographyRepeating fl ash photography is possible in Advanced Wireless Lighting.Repeati

Seite 107 - Slow sync

D–11DWireless Multiple Flash-unit PhotographyAdvanced Wireless Lighting Setting repeating flash photographyWhen the SB-910 operates in repeating flash

Seite 108 - Rear-curtain sync

D–12DWireless Multiple Flash-unit PhotographySU-4 type wireless multiple fl ash-unit photography is particularly suited to photographing fast-moving su

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D–13DWireless Multiple Flash-unit PhotographySU-4 Type Wireless Multiple Flash-unit Photography Flash modes for the master flash unitWhen used in mas

Seite 110 - For Use with COOLPIX Cameras

D–14DWireless Multiple Flash-unit Photography Flash modes for remote flash unitsWhen used in remote mode, the SB-910 can operate in AUTO (auto), M (ma

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D–15DWireless Multiple Flash-unit PhotographySU-4 Type Wireless Multiple Flash-unit Photographyv To prevent the remote fl ash units from fi ring acciden

Seite 112 - Troubleshooting

D–16DWireless Multiple Flash-unit Photography Press function button 1 to highlight the zoom head position, choose a zoom head position with the select

Seite 113 - Warning indicators

D–17DWireless Multiple Flash-unit PhotographyRemote Flash Units Remote flash unit settingThe standby function of the SB-910, SB-900, SB-800, SB-700, S

Seite 114

D–18DWireless Multiple Flash-unit PhotographyAs a basic guide, the effective distance between the master and remote flash • units is approx. 10 m (33

Seite 115

APreparationA–8About the SB-910 and This User’s ManualStep A unit of the shutter speed or aperture change; a change of one step halves/doubles the am

Seite 116 - Tips on Speedlight Care

D–19DWireless Multiple Flash-unit PhotographyRemote Flash UnitsAn obstacle between the master flash unit and remote flash units can interfere • with t

Seite 117 - Operating location

D–20DWireless Multiple Flash-unit PhotographyChecking Status in Wireless Multiple Flash-unit PhotographyThe fl ash-ready indicator on the SB-910 and

Seite 118 - Notes on Batteries

D–21DWireless Multiple Flash-unit PhotographyChecking Status in Wireless Multiple Flash-unit PhotographyMaster fl ash unit Remote fl ash unitSpeedlight

Seite 119 - About the LCD Panel

E–1EFunctionsFunctionsEThis section explains the SB-910 functions that support fl ash photography and camera functions.For detailed information regardi

Seite 120 - Updating Firmware

E–2EFunctionsSwitching Illumination PatternsIn fl ash photography, the center of the image is most illuminated, while the edges are darker. The SB-910

Seite 121 - Optional Accessories

E–3EFunctions Setting the illumination pattern Press function button 1 to highlight the zoom head position. Press function button 3 to change the illu

Seite 122 - External power source

E–4EFunctions Bounce fl ash is a photographic technique using light that is bounced off a ceiling or wall using a tilted or rotated fl ash head. This pr

Seite 123 - Specifi cations

E–5EFunctions Setting flash head tilting/rotating angles, and choosing a reflecting surfaceGood results are most easily achieved when the flash head i

Seite 124 - Specifications

E–6EFunctionsBounce Flash Operation Nikon Diffusion DomeBy attaching the included Nikon Diffusion Dome over the flash head, light can be • further di

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E–7EFunctionsZoom head position indicatorWhen the Nikon Diffusion Dome is attached, • the zoom head position is automatically set depending on the cam

Seite 126

A–9AQ&A IndexYou can search for specifi c explanations according to objective. Flash photography 1 (with SB-910 mounted on camera)Question Key phra

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E–8EFunctionsBounce Flash Operationt Setting the aperture in bounce fl ash operationIn bounce flash, there is a light loss compared with normal flash p

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E–9EFunctionsTaking Close-up PhotographsWhen the fl ash-to-subject distance is less than approx. 2 m (6.6 ft), tilting down the fl ash head is recommen

Seite 129 - ISO 100; m

E–10EFunctionsTaking Close-up Photographs Setting the built-in wide panel Carefully pull the built-in wide panel all the way out and position it over

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E–11EFunctions Taking close-ups with bounce-down flash Set the SB-910’s fl ash mode. Position the built-in wide panel. Tilt the fl ash head down. Con

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E–12EFunctionsFlash Photography with Color Filters Color compensation fi lters, a fl uorescent fi lter and an incandescent fi lter, are included with the

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E–13EFunctions Check the LCD.Filter type is displayed. • The information is transmitted from the • SB-910 to the camera.Fluorescent fi lterIncandescent

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E–14EFunctionsFlash Photography with Color Filters Place the fi lter holder on the fl ash head with the Nikon logo facing up, as shown in the diagram,

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E–15EFunctionsv Notes on using SJ-3 color fi ltersThese filters are consumable items. Replace them when they deteriorate or their • colors fade.The hea

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E–16EFunctionsFlash Photography with Color FiltersWhite balance depends on camera in use CameraFilterD3X, D3S, D3*1, D700, D300S, D300*2, D90, D7000,

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E–17EFunctionsFlash Photography Support Functions Flash compensationExposure compensation for a fl ash-illuminated subject without affecting backgroun

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