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YGLi85

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Hi

I planning to purchase a flash light for my newly bought DSLR camera
however i have no idea which is compatible to my Nikon D60
pls advise
thank you!
 

GavinTing

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SB 600, 800, and 900 come to mind.
 

LCT1973

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Newbie here too. Got D60 also and planning to buy speedlight, is sb400 agood buy?
 

YGLi85

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if compare SB 600 and 800..
what is the differences?
and roughly wat is the pricing for both?
 

Del_CtrlnoAlt

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Newbie here too. Got D60 also and planning to buy speedlight, is sb400 agood buy?
depends on your need. if you just need a flash stronger than a pop up, but less features than a SB600/800/900, then go for it.

if you have more budget to splurge on, can get a 2nd hand SB800, can do off camera wireless CLS, etc... but not for newbies.
 

zac08

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Get the SB-600.

It should suit u well...
 

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if compare SB 600 and 800..
what is the differences?
and roughly wat is the pricing for both?
please find it here for the difference.
http://www.kenrockwell.com/nikon/sb600vs800.htm
for Nikon D60, SB-600 will be a good combo. personally, i like SB-800 over SB-600 only for its built-in bounce card.
would not like to recommend SB-400. you may end up with selling it out and change to SB-600 or SB-800 soon:)
:cheers:to your better flash photos
 

adiknaim

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but the built-in bounce card is pretty small imo. if u don hv the budget or wont use so much, get a SB600 and make ur own. i tink more worth it...

I tink SB400 not worth it coz u cant swivel. u will be limited in terms of lighting creativity...
 

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no to SB-400 unless you are not serious about lighting go for at least SB-600 and above.
Do note that when you buy equipment for DSLR, especially true for flash, it is sunken cost
as the item will wear out.
 

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