Camera Flash and Speedlights – the second addiction of a photographer. Well, you need light. In many aspects flash and speedlights have been replaced by camera mounted LED units that can do multiple color temperatures.

Sorted by Release Year.

Nikon SB-22 Speedlight

A very versatile speed light with about half the power of the SB-28, a more modern unit. This version also has a socked for an external battery pack to facilitate faster flash recycling.

  • 92 feet standard and 60+ feet wide
  • AF Illumnator (this one is cracked but works)
  • AA battery powered (4)
  • External power source terminal
  • 5 Second Recycle Time
  • Approx 230 Flasher Per Set Of Batteries
  • Flash can be positioned for bounce
  • Release Year: 1985
  • Added to collection: 2024
  • Click for more info – ken rockwellmir.commanual pdf

Nikon SB-28 Speedlight

The Nikon SB-28 is a very reliable, powerful, and well made speedlight flash design for the more modern auto-focus cameras of the 90s. It does eat batteries – so be warned, carry a bag full.

  • LCD status panel
  • TTL flash terminal
  • Sync flash terminal
  • AA battery powered (4)
  • External power source terminal
  • Release Year: 1997
  • Added to collection: 2019
  • Click for more info – ken rockwellmir.commanual pdf

Sunpak DF4000U Flash Unit

The DF4000U is a flash unit made to be compatible with both Nikon and Canon flash shoe mounts. This is one of our main units to use as the provided diffuser and bounce cards work very well. The power zoom that automatically adjusts is a very useful feature as well. Some specs from ToCAD.

  • LCD status panel
  • TTL flash terminal
  • AA battery powered (4)
  • E-TTL (Canon) and i-TTL (Nikon)
  • 200 flashes (alkaline batteries)
  • Comes with flash stand and padded case
  • Built in wireless trigger
  • Release Year: 2017?
  • Added to collection: 2019
  • Click for more info – ToCAD review

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