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Re: Nikon D40 & SB-400
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SB600 got wireless capability
but probably you need the commander for it to work.

i don't own any speedlight yet. *sob*

I still can't figure out how the heck does that SB400 can tilt.

Posted on: 2006/11/17 23:48
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Re: Nikon D40 & SB-400
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SB600 got wireless capability
but probably you need the commander for it to work.

i don't own any speedlight yet. *sob*

I still can't figure out how the heck does that SB400 can tilt.


But from the D40 I read; if I could remember correctly, this SB-400 is a compact flash system which also meant to design for D40. Another lenses built;18-55mm ED II is also meant for this D40. So it's all compact design for this batch.

Back to SB-600, u mentioned it needs a commander for power it. So my SB-800 can serve the purpose lar.. is that true?

Posted on: 2006/11/17 23:54
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Re: Nikon D40 & SB-400
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Back to SB-600, u mentioned it needs a commander for power it. So my SB-800 can serve the purpose lar.. is that true?


From what i research through forums and articles on the speedlight. yea your SB800 can serve as a commander unit mounted on your nikon camera.

but again, i no expert ar. better u ask caeser nikon taiko. lol

Posted on: 2006/11/17 23:58
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He got the SB-800. Just never get to play with the wire flash system with his.

I only use my D70s to act as master and my flash as slave.

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Re: Nikon D40 & SB-400
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the Nikon D40 LCd interface looks very cool lar

more images on this site, but foreign language

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damn it looks so, Canon

I'm quite impressed actually.

Posted on: 2006/11/18 8:28
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Re: Nikon D40 & SB-400
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edgar wrote:
damn it looks so, Canon

I'm quite impressed actually.


well now you can have Canon shape with Nikon function.
what more to ask.

Previously Nikon D50 were the smallest SLR in Nikon range. Now they released this D40, its even smaller than D50. From the looks of it, D40 has no indicator lcd on top of the camera.

there has been alot of discussion and debate going on in other site, saying that this D40 is not compatible with other Nikon lenses. where the according to dpreview. ITS COMPATIBLE WITH ALL AF NIKON LENSES.

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This is how the flash is tilt.

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Not to repeat myself too much but it really is possible to make a compact digital SLR with a comfortable grip, and here it is. Nikon may have a slight advantage over Canon because of their smaller lens mount but whatever the case it's clear that they weren't going to compromise comfort, the D40's grip is smaller than that found on the D50 but is considerably better than that found on the EOS 400D (Digital Rebel XTi). A plastic body is par for the course at this price point but there's a range of different plastics and that used by Nikon feels more robust and higher quality.


full review here

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Posted on: 2006/11/22 12:48
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Re: Nikon D40 & SB-400
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sb 400 mainly for D40, it can act as slave also ...sb600 can be slave only but not commander, u need d50 or d70s to act as commmander and sb600 as slave.......

make sure putting on the right channel on the commander and the right channel on the camera it self, and this wat we call CLS......

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