Nikon sb-25 speedlight camera flash factory manual in good condition. This manual includes operating instructions, features, and specifications for the nikon sb-25 speedlight camera flash unit for use with nikon cameras. This 142 page manual measures 7' by 5'. The SB-28 is designed for use with Nikon cameras, lenses, and accessories. —Using cameras or accessories other than those specified by Nikon may damage the SB-28. —Nikon cannot be held responsible for malfunctions caused by using the SB-28 in ways not specified in this manual, or using the SB-28 with a camera made by another manufacturer.
Multiple flash shooting using cords
The SB-600 can be used with Speedlights compatible with the TTL auto flash
mode to perform multiple flash shooting using cords.
• When using a Speedlight that has a standby function as a remote flash unit, make sure
that the standby function is set to off, or select a standby duration that is long enough
by using the Custom Settings.
• Use of the SB-50DX and SB-23 as remote flash units is not recommended, because the
standby function cannot be canceled.
• Speedlights SB-11, SB-14, SB-140, and SB-21B cannot be used with the F-401/N4004
or F-401s/N4004s as either master or remote flash units.
• There is no limitation in usable cameras.
• With cameras compatible with CLS and digital SLRs not compatible with CLS, Manual
flash operation only is possible.
Be sure to cancel the master flash unit’s Monitor
When shooting with multiple flash using cords in the TTL mode, cancel the
master flash unit’s Monitor Preflashes setting by following one of the methods
described below. Monitor Preflashes can cause incorrect exposures.
• Set the SU-4 type wireless multiple
• Set the wireless flash mode.
• Set the flash mode to Standard TTL
• Tilt the flash head up.
• Use a non-CPU lens.
• Set the camera’s exposure mode to
• Cancel the master flash unit’s Monitor Preflashes setting when performing
SU-4 type wireless multiple flash operation using the SB-600 as a master
flash unit. For details, refer to instruction manuals provided with the Wireless
Slave Flash Controller SU-4 and Speedlights (such as SB-800) featuring SU-4
type multiple flash operation.
SB-800, SB-600, SB-80DX,
SB-50DX, SB-28, SB-28DX,
SB-27, SB-26, SB-25
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The maximum number of flash units to be connected
• Up to five units including the master flash unit can be used for multiple flash
photography at a total cable length of 10m (33 ft.).
• Make sure the combined total of the coefficients in the table below for all flash units
used together does not exceed 20 at 20°C (68°F) or 13 at 40°C (104°F).
• If it exceeds these figures, you may not be able to take a second shot after the first one.
In this case, turn off the power of all flash units and reduce the total number of flash
SB-800, SB-600, SB-80DX, SB-50DX, SB-30, SB-29, SB-29s, SB-28,
SB-28DX, SB-27, SB-26, SB-25, SB-24, SB-22s, SB-14, SB-11, SB-140
SB-23, SB-21, SB-17, SB-16, SB-15
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Notes on multiple flash shooting using cords
• Be sure to see the instruction manuals of your cameras, Speedlights, and accessories.
• Use the optional Multi-Flash Adapter AS-10, if the remote flash units are not equipped
with multiple flash terminals.
• Use the optional Multi-Flash Adapter AS-10 to attach the remote flash unit(s) to a tripod.
• Use the optional TTL Multi-Flash Sync Cords SC-27, SC-26, SC-19 or SC-18 to connect
the SB-600 to more than one remote flash unit.
• Multiple flash shooting using cords can be performed in two modes: (1) TTL multiple
flash; and (2) Manual multiple flash. Performing multiple flash shooting in the Manual
mode, however, is not recommended, since it is difficult to obtain the correct exposure.
Use the TTL auto flash mode with cameras compatible with TTL auto flash.
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• To ensure proper exposure, make test shots before shooting important events.