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Nikon SB 600 Speedlight Made in Japan - $84 (Mission)

Nikon SB-600 Speedlight Flash for Nikon Digital SLR Cameras made in Japan

Mint Plus Condition; possibly NIB. There are no signs of use at all. The battery door shows no signs of usage or storage of batteries – please see photographs of same.

This Nikon SB-600 Speedlight Flash is in the original box with the original packaging and booklets; one is in English and the other appears to be in Spanish. The original warranty card is also included; however, the warranty possibility is probably past the time when Nikon would accept it.

Pricing in similar condition
Amazon $351.03 the condition is not mentioned but it couldn’t be nicer than mine for $89.00 you save $262.03. $288.00 Very Good Condition, eBay $190.00 + $10.00 Shipping = $200.00, $179.99 + $33.00 Shipping = $212.99 or mine for $84.00

About this item
• Easy-to-view LCD with 6 simple-to-understand backlit buttons
• FV lock holds flash value, enabling recompositing prior to shooting
• Accurate i-TTL flash control achieved through flash exposure monitoring control
• Ready light located beside the LCD on the back panel - highly visible even when used as a remote
• Auto zoom of 24 to 85mm, extendable to 14mm with built-in wide-flash adapter

Brand Nikon
Included Components Speedlight Stand AS-19 - Soft Case SS-600 - 1
Item Dimensions LxWxH 2.7 x 3.5 x 4.9 inches
Color Black
Number of Batteries 4 AA batteries required.

Ken Rockwell Review
Nikon SB-600
Speedlight Flash (2004-2010)
This review was written about 2010.
Nikon SB-600 (13.75 oz./390g with 4-AA, about $220 used). This free website's biggest source of support is when you use these links, especially these directly to it at eBay (see How to Win at eBay) or it at Amazon when you get anything, regardless of the country in which you live. Thank you! Ken.

The SB-600 works with every Nikon camera made for the past 40 years. It's the only flash, along with the SB-400 and SB-800, that works properly with the current Nikon digital SLRs like the D50, D40, D80, D200, D2Xs D70, D2H and D2X and their new i-TTL exposure system. Read here about how to use it remotely, which it does for free with the built-in slave.

I prefer the SB-600 over the SB-800. The SB-600 is smaller, lighter, less expensive and does everything I need.

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