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Nikon introduces new Speedlight SB-600
Dennis Hissink : January 28th 2004 - 08:00 CET
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NikonThis day is a Nikon day; they just announced a new lens and we are already can inform you about a new flash! Hot on the heels of the flagship Nikon SB-800 Speedlight Nikon is pleased to announce a new member of the Creative Lighting System: the Speedlight SB-600. The perfect i-TTL flash partner for the new Nikon D70 digital SLR the SB-600 offers increased opportunities for creative flash photography when using zoom lenses, off camera or in wireless multiple flash arrangements. Featuring a powerful GN of 30 (35mm at ISO 100), full directional bounce flexibility and an easy to use LCD display, the SB-600 offers an effective solution for anyone that seeks a lightweight, compact but powerful lighting solution for their digital photography.
Nikon introduces new Speedlight SB-600I-TTL
The SB-600, like its Professional brother the SB-800, features Nikon’s new i-TTL Balanced Fill Flash technology compatible with the new Nikon D70 and the professional Nikon D2H. I-TTL uses two powerful monitor pre flashes to enable accurate flash exposures especially in bright lighting conditions. For the first time the Nikon D70’s 1005-pixel Matrix Metering sensor is used instead of a separate 5-segment Balanced Fill flash sensor found in previous Nikon SLR cameras.

Multiple Wireless Flash
Groups of SB-600 can also be included in the Nikon Creative Lighting System of completely automatic i-TTL Multiple wireless flash arrangements for a quick and easy studio lighting on the move. When set up as a Remote flash, groups are wirelessly controlled by using the exclusive new ?Commander’ function of Nikon D70. The D70 Commander function offers wireless control in TTL, AA or Manual modes set via the camera menu. The D70 pop up flash uses Nikon’s Advanced Data Communication method of coded pulses of flash output to transmit a variety of flash mode instructions to Remote flash. After exposure the SB-600’s beep confirms firing.

Zoom and Output control steps
The SB-600 has focal length zoom range from 24, 28, 35, 50, 75, 80mm and 14mm with the fold down diffuser that covers most popular lens focal lengths. Manual output control ranges from Full Power to ½; ¼; 1/8; 1/16; 1/32; and 1/64 with 1/3 EV steps.

The SB-600 is also fully featured to be used with Nikon Professional digital SLR the D2H. Featuring wide AF area illumination for the latest 11-Area Multi-CAM2000 AF system, Modelling flash triggered from camera, Auto FP High Speed Sync, FV Lock and Flash Colour Communication like the SB-800.

The SB-600 is a powerful, fully featured Speedlight that offers excellent handling balance when used with compact digital SLR’s such as the Nikon D70 and Nikon D100 especially when using short telephoto lenses. The SB-600 comes complete with AS-19 Speedlight stand, and soft case SS-600. Pricing and availability will be published at a later date.
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