Nikon sb 900 инструкция

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На моем экземпляре защелка не всегда держит угол. При движении головка вспышки может повернуться, даже если она находилась на одном из фиксированных уровней поворота. Нет индикатора заряда батареи — просто катастрофический минус.

Реально очень напрягает при съемке, приходиться определять уровень заряда по скорости перезарядки вспышки — чем дольше перезаряжается, тем меньший заряд. Индикатор перегрева глючит — не спорю, может он и правильно показывает, но при морозе в минус 5 градусов я делаю до 10 кадров и вспышка говорит, что перегрелась, да еще и остывает на много дольше обычного. Скорее всего, это связано с температурой окружающей среды. Тоже, довольно неудобный фактор.

Лечиться данная проблема отключением функции определения перегрева. По сторонним тестам я пожалел свою вспышку она выдерживает очень длинные серии съемки. Если снимать жарким днем на дистанционном управлении с помощью другой вспышки, при большом количестве света, то вспышка не всегда понимает команды и зверски пищит от этого, приходиться подходить ближе, или крутить вспышку, чтобы максимально целенаправлено привлечь индикатор.

Я бы поставил 2 индикатора на нее. Тяжелая — от этого не удобная, например, с хорошими аккумуляторами она весит большего самого фотоаппарата Nikon D40 и его очень не удобно держать при этом. Но на камерах по типу D А еще у вспышки SB есть серьезный конкурент — SB Комплект Nikon Speedlight SB Еще пару заметок из личного опыта: Low battery power indicator When battery power is low, the icon shown at the left appears on the LCD and the SB stops working.

Batteries Standby function to conserve battery power If the SB and the camera are not used for more than a specified time, the Standby function is automatically activated to conserve battery power. Functions and LCD displays vary when other types of cameras are used. SB flash shooting distance range The flash shooting distance range is indicated by numbers and a bar chart on the LCD.

Compose the picture, confirm that the ready-light is on, then shoot. This allows you to make exposure compensation easily by varying the aperture set on the camera or lens.

Monitor pre-flashes on or off can be set by using the custom setting. Checking the correct exposure before shooting Confirm the test firing indicator appears on the LCD. Make the necessary settings on the SB and camera and press the test firing button to fire the flash. Distance priority manual flash In this flash mode, when you enter the shooting distance value, the SB automatically controls the light output according to the aperture set.

You can take pictures that have the same exposure even when shooting at different apertures. Set the aperture on the camera. Distance-priority manual flash mode.

Manual mode In Manual flash mode, you select the aperture and flash output level. In this way, you can control the exposure and flash shooting distance when shooting subjects where the correct exposure is difficult to obtain in the TTL or Non-TTL auto flash mode.

Press the [OK] button. Repeating flash In Repeating flash mode, the SB fires repeatedly during a single exposure, creating stroboscopic multiple-exposure effects. This operation is useful when shooting fast-moving subjects. Confirm all shooting settings on the SB and the camera are the same as for actual shooting, and then press the test firing button. Referring to the guide number table, determine an appropriate flash output level corresponding to the guide number obtained above, then set the same value on the SB For example, for the shooting distance of 6 m Switching illumination pattern In flash photography, the center of the image is most illuminated, while the edges are darker.

The SB provides three types of illumination patterns with different light falloff at edges. Select suitable type according to the shooting environment. Standard Center-weighted Even D— Also, you can soften the shadows even more by using the Nikon Diffusion Dome. To ensure correct exposure, first confirm the flash shooting distance range and aperture with the flash head in the normal position.

Next, set this aperture on the camera. Auto A or Manual M. Position the built-in wide- flash adapter. Tilt the flash head down. Confirm the ready-light is on then shoot. With the SB attached to the camera, sufficient illumination of the subject cannot be obtained.

Place the filter holder on the flash head with the Nikon logo facing up, as shown in the diagram, and insert into the slit at the top. Confirm the color filter indicator is displayed. If you compensate the flash output level on both the camera and the SB, the exposure is modified by the sum total of both compensation values.

In the Non-TTL auto flash mode, the correct exposure can be obtained when the same aperture is set on the camera as that set on the SB Therefore, to make exposure compensation, vary the aperture set on the camera while retaining the aperture set on the SB or vice versa. Advanced Wireless Lighting is recommended for standard multiple flash photography.

Make sure that there is sufficient battery power. Use the provided Speedlight Stand AS for stable placement of the remote flash units. The same is true when detaching it from the camera. Sale Learn more about the D Learn more about the D3S. Learn more about the D3. Learn more about the D3X. Learn more about the DS. There are no user reviews for this product. Expand Collapse Product Forum.

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