Nikon Flashes Compared
* They all work with today's F6, which also uses the same i-TTL system a the DSLRs; this line refers to the traditional TTL mode of all other Nikon TTL flash cameras.
I use an SB-600 in the very, very few occasions I need more power, or if I'm shooting a 35mm camera or any vintage.
When I need more than one flash for serious lighting, I don't bother with these battery-powered things and use real studio strobes, which cost less and work so much better.
If I was a full-time news or event pro, I'd have two SB-910, beacuse they can belt out the most power and recycle the fastest for heavy use.
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