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NIKON SG-3IR FLASH SENSOR SHIELD

Web Code: 062NIK024  •  Mfr Code: 4905
NIKON SG-3IR FLASH SENSOR SHIELD
Only $13.99 CAD
NIKON SG-3IR FLASH SENSOR SHIELD is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 1.
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Product Highlights
  • Nikon SG-3IR IR Panel for Camera Built-In Flash (Replacement)
  • The Nikon SG-3IR IR Panel attaches to the camera's flash shoe, and covers and prevents the camera's built-in flash (D200, D70 & D70s) from influencing the exposure, when using a macro flash system (e.g. R1 close-up flash system)
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  • Nikon SG-3IR IR Panel for Camera Built-In Flash (Replacement)
  • The Nikon SG-3IR IR Panel attaches to the camera's flash shoe, and covers and prevents the camera's built-in flash (D200, D70 & D70s) from influencing the exposure, when using a macro flash system (e.g. R1 close-up flash system)
 
 
Rated 5 out of 5 by from "Just wonderful, used appropriately" "I've recently gone through the process of reviewing fast 85mm primes and decided on the Canon 85/1.2L for a variety of reasons. One buys a very fast lens because the intent is to shoot it wide open most of the time. If you aren't going to shoot wide open, why pay the huge price premium? I've shot this on a 7D, 1D Mk IV and 1Dx and love the lens' sharpness wide open. Like any super fast lens, there is vignetting wide open, but applying the lens profile in Adobe Lightroom negates this perfectly. The lens is slower than the f/1.8 variant to focus. This is due to the focus being done with the razor thin depth of field at f/1.2 and the architecture of the ring USM to prevent the hunting found in lesser glass. The lens is quite heavy and walking around with it on the 1Dx (also a weighty monster) could get fatiguing with the wrong strap. These things said, I compared it to Sigma's quite good 85/1.4 and Zeiss' very sharp 85/1.4 and all things considered, I preferred the Canon and it is now part of my kit."
Date published: 2013-02-16
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