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|Maximum Range||Wireless up to 66' (20 m)|
|Power Source||123A 3v Lithium battery|
|Dimensions||2.7 x 3.8 x 2.3" (68 x 96 x 58mm) [W x H x D]|
|Weight (Approx.)||5.6 oz (160 g)|
This is a perfect unit for the Nikon SB r-200 wireless remotes. I place the batteries in, attached it to the shoe mount, put all units on the same channel and it worked perfectly. I have it on my Nikon D 800 and it is a must have for ring flash photography.
This is a niche flash accessory. It adds another dimension to your creative capabilities with your Nikon DSLR. It allows you to remotely activate other Nikon flashes and use their creative lighting system, or connect by cable to conventional commercial flashes.
I have always wanted to learn flash photography for a while now but have found little time to go to classes. With this unit, I was able to experiment with myself and get started immediately.
Simple to use - this little guy runs my Nikon (CLS) wireless speedlight and wireless macro speedlights. Very intuitive, no hunting for what you need. very well thought out.
I read some say this does not enough range, well maybe in a huge church or other building that may be true but it works just great for me. I did not measure it but it is a good 50-60 feet so the is perfect for me and it is great to use. I love the macro mode.
I've used my first SU800 with a D300 for around six years, even though the body has a built-in Commander feature. The controls on the back of the SU800 are much easier and faster to use. The built-in Commander in many of the Nikon bodies only control 2 Groups.
I use it to control three SB-910 and two SB-600 flash, it works perfectly. Tip: As the CR123A battery is not included, do not forget to request it in your order!!
The SU-800 has been around a long time but Ive managed without since my earlier Nikons all had built-in Commander which worked well enough for me needs. Then I upgraded to a D850 which elimated the built-in commander and rendered my older flash units obsolete.
I ended up ordering this unit to go with my D850 since it no longer has a pop up flash that can be used for a commander. Seems to work well with my SB-910s. No misfires or issues.Note: mine did not come with a paper manual or a battery (CR123).
At first I though I wanted radio instead (...but read on!). I photograph a lot of school classrooms and science labs in which I quickly add lighting with one or two Nikon speedlights using Nikon Wireless. I'd been using the cameras built-in commander menu, which is really cumbersome.