Nikon SB-R200 Wireless Remote Speedlight
The SB-R200 is a new compact Speedlight for Remote Speedlight operation in two different shooting conditions. As part of a newly developed mini system for close-up flash photography, the SB-R200 is both lightweight and compact, which means it can be inserted into a dedicated ring attached to the lens to direct light onto small subjects. It is also fully compatible with Nikon’s Advanced Wireless Lighting system, meaning it can be used in multiple lighting situations with SB-800 and SB-600 units.
The multi-functional SU-800 unit forms the nerve centre of any i-TTL multiple flash-lighting situation; close-up photography or otherwise. Capable of metering and triggering groups of remote Speedlights in the Creative Lighting System, a one-touch switch fully automates accurate exposures of small subjects instantly. Manual adjustment of the balance of each unit?r output is simple to control through the comprehensive LCD panel.
- Compact and lightweight remote Speedlight Unit
- Supports the Nikon Creative Lighting System (CLS) and compatible CLS cameras
- Easy-to-set analog controls
- Built-in target light and AF Illuminator allows for proper position of Speedlight on the subject as well as autofocus operation in low light situations
- i-TTL Flash control for accurate flash exposures in close-up and other multiple lighting applications
- Can be set to one of three Speedlight Groups (A,B and C)
- Offers four independent channels for competitive shooting environments
- Integrates perfectly into multiple flash situations including the SB800 and SB-600 Speedlight units
Electronic construction: Wireless remote flash unit with Automatic Insulated Gate Bipolar Transistor (IGBT) and series circuitry;;;
Angle of coverage: 78 degrees horizontal, 60 degrees vertical??????
Guide number: 10/33 (ISO 100, m/ft.), 14/46 (ISO 200, m/ft.)??????
Flash modes: i-TTL, D-TTL, TTL (film-based cameras), M (manual)??????
Recycling time: 6 seconds or less??????
Bounce capability: Flash head tilts down (toward optical axis) to 60 degrees with stops at every 15 degrees, and up (away from optical axis) to 45 degrees with stops at every 15 degrees????
Number of flashes: Approximately 290??????
Flash duration: Approximately 600 micro-seconds??????
Mounting foot: Dedicated shoe for SX-1 Attachment Ring or AS-20 Speedlight Stand??????
Power source: One 3V CR123A lith