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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.
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.
Nice transceiver just what I need it