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SB-N7 Speedlight for Nikon 1 V1 & V2 Mirrorless Digital Cameras (White)

MFR Part #: 3711
Samy's Part #: S-021890
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The Nikon SB-N7 Speedlight for Nikon 1 V1 & V2 Mirrorless Digital Cameras can tilt for pleasing bounced lighting effects, use the built-in wide panel for expanded shooting coverage, and brighten backlit subjects.

Features
  • Shoe Mount Flash for CX-Format Cameras
  • Guide Number: 59' at ISO 100
  • Supports i-TTL Flash Mode
  • 120° Tilting Flash Head
  • Built-In Wide Panel Attachment
  • For Nikon 1 V1 & V2 Digital Cameras
  • Convenient AAA Battery Power
Designed for the Nikon 1 V1 and V2, this Nikon 1 SB-N7 Speedlight maintains the camera's compact, well-balanced design, mounting right onto the cameras hot shoe. With a guide number of 59' at ISO 100, the Nikon 1 SB-N7 Speedlight delivers significant lighting power in a small package. Use it as a fill flash to highlight the subtle details of well-lit subjects, even from a distance, or power through a heavily backlit portrait with ease.

The Nikon 1 SB-N7 Speedlight's flash head tilts 120° so you can direct the light exactly where you want it: whether that is straight ahead, straight up, backward, or anywhere in-between. You can also use the built-in wide panel to uniformly spread the flash for great wide-angle images.

When you need more light in a dimly lit interior, or need to fill in the shadows of a backlit portrait, the SB-N7 provides the power and versatility you need for your Nikon 1 V1 or V2 mirrorless camera.

Guide Number: 56' at ISO 100
Having more flash power means you have more low-light shooting capability. The SB-N7 can cover a remarkably long shooting distance with excellent sensitivity, with its guidenumber of 59' (18 m) at ISO 100.

120° Tilting Flash Head
The SB-N7's flash head tilts 120° so you can direct the light exactly where you want it: straight ahead, up, behind you and everywhere in-between.

Built-In Wide Panel Attachment
Optimize the light coverage for wide-angle shots. Use the built-in wide panel to uniformly spread the flash for great wide-angle images.

Convenient AAA Battery Power
Always have backup power on hand with convenient, readily available AAA batteries.

Flash Exposure Control
The following flash modes are available using the Nikon 1 V1 or V2 camera controls:Fill flash (Front-curtain sync), Front-curtain Slow-sync, Rear-curtain sync, Rear-curtain, Slow-sync, and Flash compensation.

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Flash Information
Mount Type Shoe
Guide Number 59' (17.98 m) ISO100 at 50 mm position
Maximum Recycle Time Not Specified By Manufacturer
Swivel Head Yes, 120 Degrees
Power Source AAA Batteries
Weight 3.2 oz (91 g)
  • BS-N2000 Mounting Foot Cover
  • SW-N7 Wide Panel
  • SS-DC1 Polyester Soft Case
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