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|Dimensions (wxhxd)||2.3 x 2.7 x 2.5" / 5.8 x 6.9 x 6.4 cm|
|Guide no.||59' (17.98 m) ISO100 at 50 mm position|
|Weight||3.2 oz / 91 g|
|Angle of coverage||Not Specified By Manufacturer|
|Recycle time||Not Specified By Manufacturer|
|Swivel head||Yes, 120°|
|Power source||AAA Batteries|
|Off camera terminal||None|
The gentleman with the experience was quite right, portrait photographers normally take their shots in a vertical position, therefore cannot use this flash to bounce light off a ceiling for a softening effect. I too find this unfortunate.
To the individual who slammed Nikon for this flash not rotating: (1) Nikon's tech specs clearly state the flash tilts not rotates; (2) you're review is unfair, because it assumes others do like you and don't read the specs; and (3) it's quite likely that most portrait photographers bounce light off...
I agree with another reviewer. Read the specs. I love all the reviews on various sites stating that the flash does not rotate and is not usable because of the inability to rotate the camera and bounce flash off a ceiling.
As all what Nikon makes, this is a good product, although the flash head does not twist horizontally, has a high power and that is great.
Sweetest little rig. Unreal performance and price. I just keep coming back.
I now have both the flashes for this system and the SB-N7 is definitely a better flash. I started with the SB-N5 simply due to size and I thought it would be sufficient. It is also a nice little flash however one of the things I use this system for is creating Photo ID badges and I utilize bounce...
I have the Nikon 1 V1. I purchased it because I wanted a small camera that was easy to carry around but something between a DSLR and Point and Shoot. My large camera is a Nikon D90 with the 18-200 mm lens. The D90 is my preferred camera for shooting pictures but is on the large and heavy side.
A much needed accessorie for the Nikon 1 camera
I am not usually one to rant or write reviews, however this product's design flaw needs to be shared for other potential buyers. I have a Nikon 1 V1 and I love it for what it is.