Quick question guys - can the SB-700 be used to trigger SB-600 speedlights in commander mode when mounted on camera. I think it can - just a confirmation would be good...Thanks
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Yes sir! I have both speedlights.
Great thanks - I thought so but wanted to check...
Hi Alex,All of the Nikon i-TTL Speedlights to date (SB-800, SB-600, SB-900, SB-700, SB-910, SU-800 and even the SB-R200) with the exception of the SB-400 are fully compatible with each other.Good Luck and Enjoy your Nikons!
Yeah but you can't use the SB600 in commander mode. I need one you can and I think the SB700 is the way to go... Cheers
>Yeah but you can't use the SB600 in commander mode. I need>one you can and I think the SB700 is the way to go... CheersA disadvantage of the SB-700 is that it can only control two groups. For portraits, you almost always need three groups, main, fill, and hair).I use an SB-800 in the studio for controling three groups.RussRetired Professional PhotographerNikonian ModeratorRussell MacDonald PhotographyNikon CLS Practical Guide
Indeed - but I can use the camera mounted SB-700 as the main and my two SB-600s for the fill and hair at the moment... And anyway, it is already wrapped up and under the tree - I can see it from here...
Of course - thanks for that...
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