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Nikon SB-500 Speed Light Flash Nikon SB-500 Speed Light Flash available in Colours:
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Nikon SB-500 Speed Light Flash Specifications

Dimensions
Other Dimensions 2.6 x 4.5 x 2.8 inch
Weight 226 g
Flash Features
Flash Duration 1/1100 sec at M 1/1 Full Output
Guide Number 24 m at ISO 100
General Specifications
Brand Nikon
Features Commander Function, Remote Function, Ready Light: Back, Wireless Flash Modes:Commander / Remote, Wireless Communication Channels, 2 Wireless Groups: A, B, Nikon i-TTL Technology
Model Name SB-500 AF Speedlight
Type Flash
Performance Features
Modes of Operation Wireless Flash Modes: Commander / Remote
Number of Flashes 100 (Alkaline-manganese Batteries), 140 (Ni-MH Batteries)
Recycling Time 3.5 sec with Ni-MH Batteries, 4.0 sec with Alkaline-manganese (1.5 V) Batteries
Power Features
Power Source 2 x AA Batteries (1.5 V LR6 (AA-size) Alkaline Batteries, 1.2 V HR6 (AA-size) Rechargeable Ni-MH Batteries)

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Hi, thanks for your good video !! I have a question about my camera. Does this flash work well with nikon D700? Thanks in advance !
Very helpful. Mounted on a Z7 will in control groups A, B and C?
I have a Z6 and SB-500. Is it possible to use the fash as remote? Thanks much.
Can you control the TTL output plus or minus 3 stops directly from the camera? Thanks in advance
Would it work on my D300s? And can you use two simultaneously?
i'm looking at this to use on my Z6 so that I can make use of my old SB-900 and SB-800. thanks for the info. nice job, subscribed. do check out my channel too. cheers.
*I used the flash last weekend✱>**imgs.love/NikonFlash?з ** and the photos are much better than the ones I used to take with the camera's built-in flash.*
That's a nice setup... I just ordered it, for my new Nikon D7500. Hope it works out. Thanks for the review.
Very helpful. Thanks.
good review, thanks
Not “imagining things” Nikon integrates Nikkor lenses with the exposure settings in the camera and communicate this to - their - flash units... 3rd parties don’t have access to their algorithms so they are just guessing... does it make a noticeable difference? Only if your notice it and care 😉
Now, whats the point of the review if you do not have video capability in your camera?
Hi Godox sb500, godox tt350 or godox tt860ii for my nikon d7200 for my personal use?
Hi, can you still use the built-in AF Assist if this is mounted on the camera?
Try the yongnuo, godox or viltrox flashes, the blow these outta the water for 1/5 the price.
Nice I just got an old SB-600 from my brother (no longer uses his old Nikon DSLR) to use with my FM3a. Pretty excited to have TTL flash with a film camera.
Sb-500 with Nikon Z7?
beta male review, send him to Seattle
Que pelotudo!
so wheres the review?
why so many thumbs down? i think it is not bad video
It works in d3300?
funciona en una d5000 ? gracias
Will it work on a D80 or D70?
Can it be fired by the pop-up flash on D3200?
Can we use the SB-500 with Nikon D-3300?
Maybe a little too quick of a review. :) Are you able to fire the flash with the LED lights on?  Would be nice to use it to help with auto-focus.
I tried this flash in store, it is underwhelming for it's $250 price tag - especially when considering options from Metz or even Nikon's own SB-700. The LED's are good for maybe a video head shot from about 2 feet away, no more. I had high hopes...
It depends on use case. I have a SB700, fantastic flash, but I also have a SB400 which for many occasions is more than enough. The new SB500 looks like a great deal and the SB300, not enough flash.
I use the SB700 on a D850. What I do not like about the SB700 is that there is no port for extra external battery options.
Hello Sir, Can you suggest me any good glad for my Nikon D7200. Any brand like Godox , Nikon etc. But my budget is limited.
Does it overheat?
The 500 is versatile it covers everything and now that digital cameras come with video yes i would consider the 500 to be my option
Hi Matt what setting should I set my Nikon d3100 to use two FREE STANDING flashlights Wirelessly and not the built-in flash. I can get one of the two to work not the other, and only when the built-in flash is operative too. (Back along I was defo able to get both working, and the problem flashlight is fully functional on test) Help! ☺
I have a nikon f3. I'm looking at getting the sb-16a is there any better options you would reccomend?
Does Nikon Coolpix B500 supporte external flash???? Plzz reply
You could also take a look at used SB 900 on eBay. The SB 900 got a lot of flak for overheating when it was new which seems to sometimes keep the used prices relatively low. In normal use I have never had a problem. Appart from that, what Matt said!
Myself I would go for the SB800. I have a couple of older SB26's that I use in manual mode on my D7200. The Godox TT685N is very nice, too.
Tried a few 3rd party flashes. For the most part 3rd party flashes are great, not too expensive and perform well. The only problem I have with inexpensive 3rd party flashes is the recycle times. With some of them, the more power you use, the longer you have to wait till you can shoot again. SB700 is ready to go immediately. Just get a B2 and don;t worry about flashes anymore. !! : )
OK, I own several of Nikon's speedlights ( SB700, SB900, SB910, SB600 and a couple of older models ) but despite this I'd advise those starting out to look at Godox's options instead. Nikons speedlights are very good but they are very overpriced in my opinion. Of course sticking with OEM ensures absolute compatibility for sure, so features like high speed sync will work flawlessly. The issue is that if you choose to expand into studio strobe work those flashes become less useful. Yes you can still integrate them into a wireless slave set up but none of Nikon's flashes will connect wirelessly with any brand of studio strobe. Whilst you can control the flashes via some higher end bodies internally, the lower end 3000 and 5000 series require a very expensive commander unit which operates via infra red! I believe the latest wireless SB5000 can only be wirelessly controlled via Nikon's top pro cameras so not much use to the vast majority and again an expensive commander is required. My advise, go with Godox, their speedlights are excellent and well priced. Their wireless integration is easy and you can expand your lighting to include strobes later if you wish with full compatibility. Heck, even if you change systems ( say to Canon or Sony ) you only have to buy a new commander unit! I love Nikon's products but sorry, I won't invest further in their flashes anymore. If I was starting from scratch my entire lighting solution would be via Godox. If you insist on buying Nikon then go second hand, they are pretty much bullet proof so even old models still work well 😊
The Nikon flashes are great, but VERY overpriced. I've had problems with a couple of Young-Nuo flashes, bad doors, iffy triggers. Switched a few years ago to Godox and couldn't be happier. For under 200, the V860 is fabulous. The ability to do HSS with fast recycle times is fabulous for outdoor shoots. The internal Li battery lasts for a LOT longer than 4 AA and did I mention the faster recycle times. Pair it with the radio trigger and you can move up to the AD600/AD200 and still work wirelessly. I have a few triggers, 3 flashes, and a couple strobes for a few years and no problem with any of them.
secondhand SB-800. Reasonably priced, powerful and has handy features like a PC Terminal socket so you can plug in a lead from your PocketWizards etc
i have a YONGNUO and i haven't had any trouble with it
Agreed Matt with your suggestions. NIKON brand: SB700 ($327) 1st choice; SB500 ($247) has a video light, but lower power. SB5000 too pricey, SB300($147) not powerful enough, but better than the built-in flash (head can only be tilted up). THIRD PARTY: If the flash will be used a lot, Young-Nuo or Godox are ok. Not recommended if the flash will be used sparingly (cheap chinese capacitors die quickly if not regularly used). For infrequent (or regular) use, recommend only two brands: Nissin (japan) Di700A ($269) or Metz (germany) 52 AF-1 ($247). Note: I have recommended only cheapest model with metal shoe (plastic shoes develop crack if camera is dropped with attached flash).
Iam a beginner photographer,and I love your videos it helps me a lot,Thanks,Vishall from india😊
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