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The second 'designed for the D40' accessory today is the SB-400 Speedlight, a compact yet powerful external flash with a tilting front (horizontal, 60, 75 and 90 degrees). This unit has a guide number of 21 (m at ISO 100 at 18mm) and has a shooting distance of 60 cm to 20 m (2 to 66 ft).

Features:

- Compact, lightweight Speedlight unit
- Simple, intuitive operation; Put it on, turn it on and shoot!
- 18mm angle of coverage with Nikon DX format digital SLR cameras
- Utilizes Nikon's i-TTL intelligent flash
- Operates on two AA-size (1.5V) batteries
- Fast 2.5 second recycling time
- Bounce capabilities in 4 steps up to 90 degrees
- Approximate guide number of 98.4 feet at ISO 200 (at 18mm zoom head setting), Flash shooting distance range from 2 and up to 66 feet
- Compatible with Nikon D50, Nikon D80 and Nikon D200

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#1
Smashing flash - big enough for just about everything you'll ever need, and small enough to carry with you. I've had one for about a year now, and it's always with my D90, and gets used all the time.

Edited By: Timbellina on Mar 31, 2011 20:35
#2
I'd probably go for a Sunpak RD2000 for about £60 if I wanted a handy-but-small flash like this. I picked up an SB-600 for about £70 more.
#3
Not exactly a steal at this price given it was £99 at Christmas, but I guess if that's the best price at present it's reasonably warm.

The flash itself is very good, I've got one (using with a d3100) with an Sto-Fen Omni-Bounce (2nd hand for about £65). It's very good indeed, and more than enough for most amatuer photography. Highly recommended product for me.
#4
Now gone down to £113.99 :)

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