SB-300 AF Speedlight
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Take control of the lighting around you with this compact Speedlight for D-SLRs and hot-shoe equipped COOLPIX cameras. Find new inspiration: use the 120° tilting head to bounce the flash off a nearby wall or ceiling (bounce flash), eliminate unwanted shadows on your subject (fill-flash) or illuminate a poorly lit scene with a soft, balanced light tailored to your shot.
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SB-300 AF Speedlight
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This lovely little bounce flash is much much powerful and effective than I expected. The SB-300 is an excellent complement to my D5500. I got amazing results with it, this is why Nikon has an excellent reputation for the reliability of their Speedlight units. Get the SB-300 without a doubt, Once again I am pleased with another Nikon´s quality product.
Absolutely loved my SB300 speed flash. All my pictures came out super crisp, and really brought new life into my photos. I was super excited how how much it helped my pictures blossom.
Unfortunately, Christmas night a year and a couple days after the flash had been purchased (no longer under warranty) it stopped working completely. Very disappointing, all my other Nikkon equipment has held up so well. I wouldn´t recommend this to someone because I´m not sure how reliable it is now.
I own a Nikon 1 V1 and this Speedlight reminds me of the original SB-N5 Speedlight for that camera. Like it the SB-300 is small and will fit nicely in my Nikon camera bag at one end. It runs on 2 AAA batteries so unlike the SB-N5 you will need to keep a couple handy at all times. The SB-N5 is powered by the internal battery in the camera. Not so with the Nikon Coolpix P7800 which uses a smaller battery and thus requires external ones for its flash.
very good flash for everyday use and i will recommend this to friends
This Speedlight does really fit into your shirt pocket easily. I don´t even know I´m carrying it till I need it. So far it has preformed well in various light. The first time I tried it I took 5 pictures of the same indoor scene using the 5 different (straight and bounce flash) angles to compare and was impressed with the results. However, I am not a professional photographer so I suggest trying it for yourself. I like it.