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Johns Creek, US
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DavidN4 Silver Member Nikonian since 09th Nov 2011
Fri 05-Jul-13 03:17 PM

Currently, I have (3) SB-800's and a SU-800, a SC-29, and SD-8A. I have a D600 and a N70. I plan to keep at lease (1) SB-800 so that it can work with the N70 and the SD-8A.

I'm thinking that I might want to sell an SB-800 and get a SB-910. The SB-910 has a larger zoom range, and I have read that it is weather-sealed, and that it's more accurate on color temperature.

First question is: Is it really weather-sealed, and is that to the same specs as the 24-120 f/4 VR and D600? Could I use it in light mists like I have with the D600?

Second question is: Is it more accurate on color temperature than my SB-800s?

Third question is: Nikon's site says that my SD-8A will work on the SB-910 also. Is that true?

Final question is: Should I keep (2) SB-800s and get (1) SB-910, or keep (1) SB-800 and get (2) SB-910s? Or am I crazy and should I just keep my SB-800s and forget the SB-910?

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