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Guide number at the 35mm zoom position measures 111.5' at ISO 100 and 157.5' at ISO 200
Manual power output from 1/1 full power to 1/128 power
Light distribution angle is automatically adjustable to the camera's image area in both FX and DX formats
Auto zoom head reaches from 17-200mm with FX format and 12-200mm with DX format
Coverage of 12-17mm in FX and 8-11mm in DX when using built-in wide-angle diffusion panel
Thermal cut-out protection has been improved since previous models to allow for more flashes before overheating
Flash head tilts with click-stops at -7°, 0°, 45 °, 60°, 75°, and 90°
Flash head rotates left and right with click-stops at 0°, 30°, 60°, 75°, 90°, 120°, 150°, and 180°
Distance range of 2-66'
Flash exposure compensation from -3 to +3 EV in 1/3 EV steps
Backlit LCD panel with nine selectable contrast levels and a rotating dial assist in viewing flash status and changing settings
Nineteen custom settings
Flash duration of 1/880 to 1/38,500 second depending on output setting
Works with SK-6 Power Bracket Unit, SD-9 High-Performance Battery Pack, and SD-8A High-Performance Battery Pack
Flash-ready indicator lights
AF-assist light, modeling illuminator, monitor pre-flashes, and test firing settings
Automatic color filter detection for adjusting the camera's color temperature settings
Firmware can be updated through camera
|The SB910 was able to balance the room lighting which was high intensity halogen light fixtures placed to give rooms a brighter feel. This was all great for selling the house, but created a
photographic nightmare since each light could create a blown out area in each picture. Using the D750 and a single SB910 I pulled this shoot off and the house sold the same day it was listed.
|The SB910 works equally well on DX body cameras. Here's some samples with the D7200 of food and general photography.
The children were photographed with a D3200 and the SB910.