Enables superb close-up lighting control with exceptional flexibility and innovative options
For use with use with Nikon i-TTL SLRs with built-in Speedlights with Commander mode including D200, D70S and D70
Built-in Speedlight of D200, D70s or D70 serves as system's Master controller.
Producing desired close-up lighting effects is straightforward and uncomplicated
Up to three remote Groups and four Channels consisting of two SB-R200 Wireless Remote Speedlights can be arranged to enable creative lighting from the left, right, above or below the subject
SB-R200 Wireless Remote Speedlights can be tilted up to 60 degrees to accommodate lenses with short working distances
SX-1 Master Attachment Ring accommodates up to eight SB-R200 Speedlights (off-camera), up to four (on camera)
SB-800 and/or SB-600 Speedlights can be combined and controlled for additional creative lighting effects
Auto FP High-Speed Sync available (with compatible cameras)
Supplied as a complete ready-to-use system
In addition to above, system also includes 52mm, 62mm, 67mm,72mm and 77mm mounting rings to accommodate most AF Nikkor lenses, AS-20 Speedlight Stands, SJ-2 ColorFilter Set, SW-C1 Flexible Arm Clip, SW-11 Extreme Close up Positioning Adapter, SW-12 Diffusers, fittedStorage Case and more. SU-800 Wireless Speedlight Commander available separately, providing compatibilitywith Nikon i-TTL SLRs without built-in Speedlights including D2X, D2HS, D2H and F6. SU-800 Wireless Speedlight Commanderprovides additional functionality with SB-800 and SB-600 Speedlights
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