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Nikon D40 & SB-400
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Just found this when I had the Nikon website opened the whole night. I was viewing the SB-400. Check check at last there are something coming out to the market yesterday and it is

Nikon D40

Posted on: 2006/11/17 6:23

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wahhhh sound very tempting.
can't wait for the full specs

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Yeah very tempting, I might change my mind soon , looks like a good contender for the Canon series

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they just recently released D80 !
i wonder how much will this one cost.

more information on SB 400

i finally found some info on the net about Sb400. click link above.

The Nikon Speedlight SB-400 is unveiled today, designed to partner the new D40 DSLR camera, and will cost £149.99 / €229.99 when it hits the shops in January 2007.

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Due to its compatibility with Nikon’s Creative Lighting System, entry level users are able to experience a sophisticated wireless lighting system that is easy to use. Its flash head can be tilted in 4 steps, horizontal, 60, 75 and 90 degrees, and has a flash shooting distance range from 0.6m to 20m (depending on the ISO setting). Slow Sync, Red-eye Reduction and other flash modes can also be set on the camera body.


more info in Dpreview.com

how does it tilt?

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I dont think it can tilt.

Posted on: 2006/11/17 15:34
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read the news in the official news release site, it says it can be tilt somehow:

"Its flash head can be tilted in 4 steps, horizontal, 60, 75 and 90 degrees"

but by the looks of it, i can't imagine how it can be tilt.

Posted on: 2006/11/17 15:36
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Ya i know, i red the review as well, but imposible ler.
So are you going to buy SB400 instead of SB600?

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Quote:

jerrick77 wrote:
Ya i know, i red the review as well, but imposible ler.
So are you going to buy SB400 instead of SB600?


no la. all dunwan to buy. i wait for price drop drop drop.
now boh lui. very keaw liao. $$

its says the SB400 cost around £149.99 / €229.99 .
thats the price of SB600/800 already. might as well get SB600/800. lol

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oink chinchze,
u wang buy SB400 ar?

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oink chinchze,
u wang buy SB400 ar?


No lar.. From the spec of this it does not support wireless flash; not suite my need. Furthermore I now own a SB-800. Thinking to get another one when I got the lense collected.

Btw, I heard SB-600 can have wireless flash system. Is that true?

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