Nikon SB-910 SpeedLight Flash

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- Simplified Graphic User Interface (GUI) 
- Improved Thermal Cut-out protection
- Advanced Protection Against Overheating
- Tungsten & Fluorescent Filters Included
- Auto White Balance to Match Filter
- FX/DX Format Identification
- Guide No. 111.5' (34 m) at 35mm
- 3 Light Distribution Patterns
- 17-200mm Auto Zoom Range
- Wireless Controller

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Particularly built for Nikon FX and DX format professional SLR cameras, the Nikon SB-910 Speed Light Flash is a marvelous piece of technology that has been recently built as an integral part of Nikon's current creative lighting systems. The SB-910 is an extremely quick, versatile, and highly competent flash that provides ample of scope for on-camera or wireless flash photography. In addition, the flash comes with three unique illumination patterns, which are center weighted, even, and standard. Each of the aforementioned illumination patterns are more than able at exercising total control over the flash range, besides offering an automatic modification for a supreme zoom range of 17-200 mm.

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Nikon SB flash series is revered for being lightweight, compact and easy-to-use. These basic features help Nikon stand out from its competitors. The SB-910 Speedlight flash is the best among the lot. In fact, the SB-910 is Nikon’s flagship flash. It comes in the league of the brightest and the fastest camera flashes available in the market. The SB-910 is a modified version of SB-900. It adds hard plastic color correction filters for replacing the wimpy gels present in the SB-900.

Nikon SB-910 SpeedLight Flash Front Front of Nikon SB-910 SpeedLight Flash


The standard, center-weighted and even are the three lighting configurations present in the Nikon SB-910 Speedlight Flash that make this flash highly versatile. These configurations were designed for assisting photographers to take pictures in virtually every shooting scenario. The flash head rotates to the same extent in both directions. On the first look, the SB-910 appears to be bigger and stronger as compared to its predecessors. The position of button controls has been changed.

Body and Layout

Nikon SB-910 SpeedLight Flash Back Back of Nikon SB-910 SpeedLight Flash

The menu button has been replaced with a zoom button. This aids in easier and faster access to the configuration menu of the flash. The buttons consist of a backlight, which can help in low light. When compared to SB-900, there has been modification with respect to head and body of the SB-910. The user would also find a release button on the battery section. The Mode, Menu and top three buttons below the LCD of this flash are lit. The OK and power buttons never get lit.


The Nikon SB-910 SpeedLight Flash camera works properly with a majority of Nikon DSLR flash. The SB-910 features improved graphic user interface and dedicated menu button for easy and quick modification of settings. This flash unit can act as a wireless commander for up to three different flash groups. The SB-910 consists of four AA batteries. The battery life of this flash is great.

Light Flexibility

This flash offers the user the option to zoom up to 200mm. The flash automatically sets to the DX or FX angle view. In this flash, the user has the option to alter the “shape” of light. It can transform a highly concentrated light into an evenly distributed one. In order to shoot with different settings, you would have to understand the light modification feature present in this flash. The SB-910 features pinnacle level picture quality, which places this flash miles ahead from its competitors.


If you are able to set up all the features properly, then this flash works exceptionally well. It is efficient in pumping out the power and fast recycling. The SB-900 had issues related to overheating, which has been effectively dealt in this version. In order to reap best results, you need to consider hitting the flash gently.

Exposure accuracy will come from your chosen camera and your technique. It doesn’t come under the functionality of this flash. I-TTL mode of the camera controls the flash. There’s hardly any noise from this flash; just a negligible noise especially when you use excessive power.


The SB-910 consists of an upgraded interface, which features a dedicated Menu button and illuminated buttons for its proper control in low light. An enhanced thermal cut out protection has been used for slowing down the recycling instead of completely cutting off the flash. The thermal cut out protection prevents the flash tube from overheating.


The SB-910 is ideal for those photographers who intend to have a flash that is free of overheating related issues. This flash features a wide range of high quality features, such as streamlined controls, wide zoom range and multiple illumination patterns that make it one of the best flash units in the market.

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I am exploring the features of this flash

Reviewed on Tuesday, January 28, 2014

By: Kamila

Rated 4.0 out of 5 stars.

Generally, I am into wildlife photography and have a faint idea about lighting, but the SB- 910 knows exactly what it’s doing. The functionality of this flash is so smooth that my overall experience is unparalleled. With each passing day, I am exploring the features of this flash and having an astonishing experience.

SB-910 can be a welcome change.

Reviewed on Tuesday, January 28, 2014

By: Noah

Rated 5.0 out of 5 stars.

If you’re a first time user, then SB-910 can be intricate to understand. But, if you’re a Nikon user like me and have already used SB-600 and SB-900, then SB-910 can be a welcome change. My experience with SB-910 has been overwhelming. I knew that Nikon had been working on heating issue for quite some time, but I had not expected them to resolve the issue in SB-910.

Awesome performance

Reviewed on Sunday, January 26, 2014

By: Chase

Rated 5.0 out of 5 stars.

The SB-910 has all those features that were expected from SB-900. The shut down related issues of SB-900 were pain-stacking and intolerable. The SB-910 gets full marks for its awesome performance. Though it might seem costly to some, but I find it completely worth the price. The professional photographers might need to carry external battery pack. It would be relatively heavier, but the great performance of flash is worth the additional weight.

It recycles extremely fast

Reviewed on Thursday, May 9, 2013

By: Owen

Rated 5.0 out of 5 stars.

I have been learning photography for quite some time now. I started with SB-600, but it had some shortcomings, so I had to move on to SB-900. Now, after the release of SB-910, I finally feel that my search is over. It has a user-friendly interface, which is easy-to-use. There are many features in this flash, which I am gradually learning. My experience with this flash has been positive. It recycles extremely fast, thereby helping click a whole range of amazing pictures.

Nikon has given me immense relief!

Reviewed on Wednesday, November 13, 2013

By: Hunter

Rated 4.0 out of 5 stars.

I have been using Nikon flash for many years now. I have had some heating related issues with SB-900, and I was wondering what could be done. By releasing SB-910, Nikon has given me immense relief, as I don’t face the heating issue now. The color correction gels on the SB-910 are better built and harder. It’s difficult to differentiate between them, but in terms of performance SB-910 is better than SB-900. It is fun playing around and taking pictures with this flash. Since it takes much longer to overheat, so as a professional photographer I give it a thumbs up.


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Detailed Specifications
Auto F Stop Range: CR-123A lithium battery
Auto F Stop Range:
The F-stop range used in an automatic aperture priority mode.

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Bounce Capability: Flash head tilts down to 7 or up to 90 with click-stops at -7, 0, 45, 60, 75, 90. Bounce Function (Rotate): Flash head rotates horizontally 180 to the left and right with click-stops at 0, 30, 60, 75, 90, 120, 150, 180
Bounce Capability:
The ability to direct a flash to bounce on ceiling or nearby wall. Bounce and swivel flash heads allow more creative flash techniques and lighting effects.

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Custom Functions: AF-Assist Illumination Modeling Illuminator Monitor pre-flashes Test firing
Custom Functions:
Programmable buttons on a camera that can be used for various custom functions.

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Sync Speed: 4.5 oz / 128 g
Sync Speed:
Sync speed is the fastest shutter speed for which the shutter curtains are completely open at the time of exposure (or when the flash fires).

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Flash Exposure Compensation: 2.6 x 2.2 x 3.1""
Flash Exposure Compensation:
A technique to compensate a measured exposure level against other factors which may render a less-optimal image.

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Camera Mount: Use Four AA-type batteries of the same brand from any of the following types: Four 1.5 V alkaline AA batteries Four 1.5 V lithium AA batteries Four Rechargeable 1.2 V NiMH AA batteries
Camera Mount:
The trace or base where the camera is fixed or secured to eliminate vibration.

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Flash Ratio Control: One CR123A (3V) lithium battery
Flash Ratio Control:
This is the ability to use ratio output the power of multiple flash units. This feature is useful for allowing one flash to be brighter than the other without manually programming each flash.

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Vari-Power: 1/1 to 1/128th
This is a device that permits variable power output. This is often used to control flash power output of a flash head in f/stop increments.

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Dedication: Yes (only supports i-TTL)
Refers to the a device that can use it's own on-board RAM or power source.

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Off Camera Capability: Nikon Type PC Terminal (SC-15 or SC-11), & TTL Terminal (SC-19 or SC-18)
Off Camera Capability:
This is the off-camera capability of a flash unit. A common feature on flash units is a slave function which fires in-sync with another flash.

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Type (Multi): Shoe mount
Type (Multi):
This is the type of product.

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Tripod Detailed Specifications
Swivel Capability: Yes
Swivel Capability:
This is the swivel capability of the tripod head. Some tripod can only pan horizontally, while some tripods with ball-heads can be angled.

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Brand: Nikon
Brand: Nikon

In The Box

- Nikon SB-910 SpeedLight Flash
- Soft Case (SS-910)
- Wide Angle Flash Adapter for SB-900 Flash (SW-13H)
- Fluorescent Filter (SZ-2FL)
- Incandescent Filter (SZ-2TN)
- Speedlight Stand for SB-900 Flash (AS-21)

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