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  • Nikon SB-700 vs. SB-600: in-depth comparison

    Here is an very detailed comparison with plenty of side-by-side pictures: Nikon Speedlight SB-700 vs. Nikon Speedlight SB-600




    Hope this helps.

  • #2
    Re: Nikon SB-700 vs. SB-600: in-depth comparison

    thanks for that, I'm getting one!

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    • #3
      Re: Nikon SB-700 vs. SB-600: in-depth comparison

      sure go for SB700!

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      • #4
        Re: Nikon SB-700 vs. SB-600: in-depth comparison

        Originally posted by Sushimonster View Post
        thanks for that, I'm getting one!
        u r welcome! which one r u getting?

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        • #5
          Re: Nikon SB-700 vs. SB-600: in-depth comparison

          nice! if got budget can get one to complement my SB600 for more wireless fun! think the bounce card should come standard for the SB600 too....

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          • #6
            Re: Nikon SB-700 vs. SB-600: in-depth comparison

            I started using my sb 700 more than my 800 now...
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            • #7
              Re: Nikon SB-700 vs. SB-600: in-depth comparison

              Anybody here can reckon me where to buy Speedlight at Penang/ Northern area. Thanks

              Any key feature that I need to care about, when choosing between this 2...
              BRASS- Breathe, Relax, Aim, Stop, Squeeze

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              • #8
                Re: Nikon SB-700 vs. SB-600: in-depth comparison

                Originally posted by Misfit View Post
                Anybody here can reckon me where to buy Speedlight at Penang/ Northern area. Thanks

                Any key feature that I need to care about, when choosing between this 2...
                PM-ed you already
                Own a Studio Light Kit!Click here!
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                www.bigBigStudio.com

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                • #9
                  Re: Nikon SB-700 vs. SB-600: in-depth comparison

                  Originally posted by photogreen View Post
                  u r welcome! which one r u getting?
                  I oredi have a 600 ... getting in another 600 ... and get a 700 to command them.

                  Originally posted by Misfit View Post
                  Anybody here can reckon me where to buy Speedlight at Penang/ Northern area. Thanks

                  Any key feature that I need to care about, when choosing between this 2...
                  I normally go to Penang road shops. There are a few shops you can visit. As not to be biased, I'll name them all in no particular order, Excel, Click n snap, Megastar and Hike. All their prices are competitive, probably differ by only RM10-20.

                  I normally don't really care so much about the cash difference. I buy mainly from the shop that can give me better after sales service.

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                  • #10
                    Re: Nikon SB-700 vs. SB-600: in-depth comparison

                    Originally posted by Sushimonster View Post
                    I oredi have a 600 ... getting in another 600 ... and get a 700 to command them.



                    I normally go to Penang road shops. There are a few shops you can visit. As not to be biased, I'll name them all in no particular order, Excel, Click n snap, Megastar and Hike. All their prices are competitive, probably differ by only RM10-20.

                    I normally don't really care so much about the cash difference. I buy mainly from the shop that can give me better after sales service.
                    agreed
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                    • #11
                      Re: Nikon SB-700 vs. SB-600: in-depth comparison

                      Wah, thanks guys.. I head over this Saturday.
                      BRASS- Breathe, Relax, Aim, Stop, Squeeze

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                      • #12
                        Re: Nikon SB-700 vs. SB-600: in-depth comparison

                        I intend to buy SB700. Just want to check can this flash able to be used like a studio light and it will be on, not just flashing? Also, able to trigger remotely?

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                        • #13
                          Re: Nikon SB-700 vs. SB-600: in-depth comparison

                          how much the latest price for SB 700?

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                          • #14
                            Re: Nikon SB-700 vs. SB-600: in-depth comparison

                            Originally posted by Clicko View Post
                            I intend to buy SB700. Just want to check can this flash able to be used like a studio light and it will be on, not just flashing? Also, able to trigger remotely?
                            I'm sorry, I'm not I quite follow you... But let me try to answer. SB-700 can be used in-studio. You can trigger it remotely with a Nikon commander (dedicated device, camera, or another flash). You can also use radio triggers. On top of that, this flash has a built-in optical trigger, so it can be tripped by any strobe. hope this helps.

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                            • #15
                              Re: Nikon SB-700 vs. SB-600: in-depth comparison

                              Originally posted by photogreen View Post
                              I'm sorry, I'm not I quite follow you... But let me try to answer. SB-700 can be used in-studio. You can trigger it remotely with a Nikon commander (dedicated device, camera, or another flash). You can also use radio triggers. On top of that, this flash has a built-in optical trigger, so it can be tripped by any strobe. hope this helps.
                              I mean can the flash be always on like a light bulb?

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