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Nikon SB-R200 Wireless Remote Speedlight

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Nikon SB-R200 Wireless Remote Speedlight
Key Features
  • Wireless Slave TTL Flash for Close-Ups
  • Compatible with Nikon i-TTL
  • Guide Number: 33' at ISO 100
  • Coverage: 24mm (FX Format)
Make sure you can get a light just where you need it with the compact and wireless SB-R200 Remote Speedlight from Nikon. Functioning as a wireless i-TTL slave flash for Nikon's Creative Lighting System, the SB-R200 is a unique speedlight that lends itself well to close-up photography. It features a guide number of 33' at ISO 100 and has a wide flash distribution, allowing it to cover lenses as wide as 24mm. The head can also tilt downwards 60° and upwards 45° for controlling where light will fall on your subject. Users can make use of a built-in white LED for AF assist in dim lighting along with support for high-speed sync modes. Additionally, it runs on a single CR123A lithium battery and can recycle in approximately 6 seconds at full power.
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It this compatible with Nikon D60? thanks
Asked by: Anonymous
The Nikon SB-R200 is would be compatible with D60 with the use of a Nikon SU-800 Commander, B&H # NISU800.
Answered by: Kirk R.
Date published: 2018-08-27

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Will this flash operate with the D7100 camera and SB-700 flash?
Asked by: Anonymous
Yes, the SB-R200 will be compatible with the Nikon D7100 and SB-700 flash.
Answered by: Heather S.
Date published: 2018-08-27

Can rechargeable batteries be safely used in this ...

Can rechargeable batteries be safely used in this flash?
Asked by: FRANK
Yes.
Answered by: Rob
Date published: 2021-01-29

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Is this flash compatible with the D800 remotely, without the need to purchase additional cables, adapters, etc...?
Asked by: Anonymous
By using the D800's pop-up flash as a master, you can control the SB-R200 remotely. You will not need any additional accessories.
Answered by: Chris L.
Date published: 2018-08-27

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I see that this is lens-mounted or off-camera flash for macro. what is the right hot-shoe mounted flash for a D-80 for general photography? Or what are the options--the models I should be looking at? Thanks.
Asked by: Christopher C.
If you are looking for the Nikon Speedlight flashes designed for hot shoe usage, the options that are available would be the Nikon SB-300 Speedlight, B&H # NISB300, the Nikon SB-500 AF Speedlight, B&H # NISB500, the Nikon SB-700 AF Speedlight, B&H # NISB700, or the Nikon SB-5000 AF Speedlight, B&H # NISB5000. The Nikon SB-R200 Wireless Remote Speedlight is not designed for hot shoe usage. It is designed for macro photography and either connects to the front of your lens using the Nikon SX-1 Attachment Ring and a lens adapter ring, or it connects to the Nikon AS-20 Speedlight Stand.
Answered by: Manzell L.
Date published: 2021-07-13

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What 6 foot or higher stand can I purchase to mount the SB-R200 on? If I need a special connector, which one will work? Besides using for macro, I want to use it as additional lighting for portraits, ideally with an umbrella diffuser mount. Or, will this be inadequate for portrait fill lighting and I need to look at something more?
Asked by: Douglas F.
I wouldn't think these are good for anything but macro...I use them with Really Right Stuff Flash Ring and their specially designed fitting to mount the 200's on the ring. With some of Nikons newer cameras (I'm using an 810) you can set the built in flash to commander mode and it will fire the 200's; you can set the nikon built in flash to not fire. I find it to be a really sweet setup for macro work.
Answered by: Ron B.
Date published: 2018-08-27

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Does it come with the lens mount?
Asked by: Tina S.
No, but it does come with platform mount. If you buy the kit with two flashes it comes with everything you need for micro photography.
Answered by: Timothy H.
Date published: 2020-06-30

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Is this compatible with a D3300?
Asked by: Anonymous
I do not know as I shoot with a D7000. However, I can't imagine any reason why it wouldn't work. Please consult the Nikon Website for clarification.
Answered by: Jon I.
Date published: 2018-08-27
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