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For your safety, Before using your product please read the following safety precautions I R. carefully and thoroughly to ensure correct and safe use and to help ISO sensitivity 24 REMOTE 72. prevent damage to your Nikon product or injury to yourself or others ISO sensitivity factors 43 Ready light 20 33. Icons 13 Rear curtain sync 59, For quick reference by those who use the product please keep these Red eye reduction control 58. safety instructions near the product L Red eye reduction with slow sync. LCD panel illuminator 119 flash 58, In this manual safety instructions are indicated with these symbols LCD panel 119 Remote flash unit 72. Repeating flash 48, Disregarding instructions marked with this symbol could M. WARNING result in personal injury or death and property damage Reset 12. MASTER 15 72, MODE button 30 S, Disregarding instructions marked with this symbol could.
CAUTION result in property damage Manual exposure M mode 29 SU 4 type wireless multiple flash. Manual flash 46 shooting 84, Manual mode 42 Selecting the distance unit m or ft 70. Master flash unit 72 Shutter priority auto exposure S 29. Metering system 28 Slow sync flash mode 58, Minimum recycling time 19 Soft Case 6. Modeling illuminator 66 Sound monitor 89, Monitor Preflashes 36 Speedlight Stand 75. Mounting foot lock lever 22 Speedlight parts and their functions 10. Multi Selector 12 Standard TTL flash 37, Multiple flash operation 72. Reference information, Standby function 21, Multiple flash shooting using cords 90 Supplied accessories 6.
NO AF ILL 62 TTL mode 37, Nikon Creative Lighting System 5 Test firing 20. Nikon Diffusion Dome 101, Non CPU lenses 16 U, Non TTL auto flash 40 Underexposure value in the TTL. Non TTL auto flash mode 38 auto flash mode 33, Number of flashes 19 48 Using the built in bounce card 101. ON OFF button 12 Wide Area AF Assist Illuminator 5 62. Wireless flash mode 69, P Wireless master flash unit 72. Power zoom function 26 Wireless multiple flash shooting 72. Programmed auto P 28 Wireless remote flash 72, Quick Recycling Battery Pack 64 Zoom head position 26.
WARNINGS for Speedlights, 1 If corrosive liquids seep from the batteries and get in your eyes. Preparation, immediately wash your eyes with running water and consult with a. doctor Your eyes could be seriously damaged if they are not treated quickly. 2 If corrosive liquids seep from the batteries and come in contact with. your skin or clothes wash immediately with running water Prolonged. contact could injure your skin, 3 Never attempt to disassemble or repair the flash unit by yourself as this. could result in you receiving an electric shock and could also cause the unit. to malfunction such malfunction could lead to personal injury. 4 If the flash unit is dropped and damaged do not touch any exposed. interior metal parts Such parts especially the speedlight s capacitor and. associated parts could be in a high charge state and if touched could. cause an electric shock Disconnect the power or remove the batteries and. be sure that you do not touch any of the product s electrical components. and then bring the flash unit to your local Nikon dealer or authorized service. center for repair, 5 If you detect heat smoke or notice a burning smell immediately stop. operation and remove the batteries to prevent the unit from catching on. fire or melting Allow the flash unit to cool down so that you can safely touch. it and remove the batteries Then bring the unit to your local Nikon dealer or. authorized service center for repair, 6 The flash unit should never be submerged in liquid or exposed to rain.
saltwater or moisture unless it is properly protected from the liquids. and moisture Underwater use requires a certified underwater housing. If water or moisture gets inside the unit this could cause the unit to catch on. fire or cause an electric shock In such instances you should immediately. remove the batteries from the speedlight and then bring the unit to your. local Nikon dealer or authorized service center for repair. Note electronic devices that are penetrated by water or moisture are often. not economically repairable, 7 Do not use the unit in the presence of flammable or explosive gas. If the flash unit is operated in areas where there is a flammable gas. including propane gasoline and dust it could cause an explosion or fire. 8 Do not fire the flash unit directly at the driver of a moving car as this. could temporarily impair the driver s vision and cause an accident. 9 Do not fire the flash unit directly into the eyes of someone that is at. close range as it could damage their eyes retinas Never fire the flash unit. closer than 1 meter from infants, For your safety, 10 Do not fire the unit while the flash head is touching a person or object. Such use can result in the person being burned and or their clothes igniting. from the heat of the flash s firing, 11 Keep small accessories out of the reach of children to avoid the. possibility of the accessory being swallowed If an accessory is accidentally. swallowed immediately consult with a doctor, 12 Use only the batteries specified in this instruction manual Batteries. other than those specified could leak corrosive liquids explode or catch on. fire or otherwise not perform satisfactorily, 13 Do not mix battery types brands or old and new batteries as the.
batteries could leak corrosive liquids explode or catch on fire When using. more than one battery in a product always use identical batteries that were. purchased at the same time, 14 Non rechargeable batteries such as manganese alkaline manganese. and lithium batteries should never be charged in a battery charger. because they could leak corrosive liquids explode or catch on fire. 15 When using standard size AA AAA C D or other common. rechargeable batteries such as NiCd and Ni MH battery types or when. recharging them be sure to use only the battery charger specified by. the battery maker and read the instructions thoroughly Do not recharge. these batteries with their terminals reversed in the charger or before the. batteries have cooled off sufficiently because they could leak corrosive. liquids explode or catch on fire The same caution also applies to using the. rechargeable batteries that may be supplied by the photo product s. manufacturer, CAUTIONS for Speedlights, 1 Do not touch the flash unit with wet hands as this could cause an. electric shock, 2 Keep the flash unit away from children to prevent them from putting the. unit in or near their mouth or otherwise touching a dangerous part of. the product as such contact could cause an electric shock. 3 Do not apply strong physical shocks to the unit as this could cause a. malfunction that could cause the unit to explode or catch on fire. 4 Never use active agents that contain flammable substances such as. paint thinner benzene or paint remover to clean the unit and never. store the unit in locations containing chemicals such as camphor and. naphthalene as this could damage the plastic case cause a fire or cause. an electric shock, 5 Remove any batteries from the unit before storing the unit for a long. time to prevent the unit from catching on fire or leaking corrosive liquids. Preparation, WARNINGS for Batteries, 1 Never heat or throw batteries into a fire as this could cause the batteries.
to leak corrosive liquids generate heat or explode. 2 Do not short circuit or disassemble the batteries because this could. cause the batteries to leak corrosive liquids generate heat or explode. 3 Do not mix battery types brands or old and new batteries as this could. cause the batteries to leak corrosive liquids generate heat or explode. 4 Do not install batteries in the reverse direction as this could cause the. batteries to leak corrosive liquids generate heat or explode Even if only. one battery is installed in reverse it will cause the speedlight to. malfunction, 5 Be sure to use the battery charger specified by the battery maker to. avoid the possibility of batteries leaking corrosive liquids generating heat or. 6 Do not carry or store batteries along with metallic materials such as. necklaces and hair pins because such materials could cause the batteries. to short circuit leading to battery leakage heat generation or an explosion. In addition specially when carrying a quantity of batteries place them. carefully in a storage case that prevents the battery terminals from. touching another battery s terminals because if they touch in reverse. order it could also cause the batteries to short circuit leading to battery. leakage heat generation or an explosion, 7 If corrosive liquids seep from the batteries and get in your eyes. immediately wash your eyes with running water and consult with a. doctor Your eyes could be seriously damaged if they are not treated. 8 If corrosive liquids seep from the batteries and come in contact with. your skin or clothes wash immediately with running water Prolonged. contact could injure your skin, 9 Always follow the warnings and instructions printed on the batteries to. avoid activities that could cause the batteries to leak corrosive liquids. generate heat or catch on fire, 10 Be sure to use only batteries specified in this instruction manual to. avoid the possibility of batteries leaking corrosive liquids generating heat or. For your safety, 11 Never open the casing surrounding batteries or use batteries whose.
casing has been breached as such batteries could leak corrosive liquids. generate heat or explode, 12 Keep batteries out of the reach of children to help avoid the possibility of. them being swallowed If a battery is accidentally swallowed immediately. consult with a doctor, 13 Batteries should not be submerged in water exposed to rain moisture. or saltwater unless they are properly protected from the wet. environment If water or moisture gets inside the batteries this could cause. them to leak corrosive liquids or generate heat, 14 Do not use any battery that appears abnormal in any way including a. change in color or shape Such batteries could leak corrosive liquids or. generate heat, 15 Stop recharging rechargeable batteries if you notice that recharging is. not completed within the specified time to help prevent the possibility of. the battery leaking corrosive liquids or generating heat. 16 When recycling or disposing of batteries be sure to insulate their. terminals with tape If the battery s positive and negative terminals short. circuit after coming into contact with metallic objects it could cause fire. heat generation or an explosion Dispose of used batteries in accordance. with local government regulations, 17 Non rechargeable batteries should never be charged in a battery.
charger because they could leak corrosive liquids or generate heat. 18 Remove dead batteries from your equipment immediately as they could. leak corrosive liquids generate heat or explode, CAUTION for Batteries. Do not throw or apply strong physical shocks to the batteries as this. could cause batteries to leak corrosive liquids generate heat or explode. Preparation, For your safety i v, Foreword 4 6, Tips on using the Speedlight 7. Camera groups and available flash modes 8 9, Speedlight parts and their functions 10 11. Control buttons 12, Icons on the LCD panel 13 15, Basic operation 17. 1 Installing the batteries 18 19, 2 Test firing Confirming the exposure 20 21.
3 Attach the SB 800 to the camera and adjust, the flash head 22 23. 4 Setting the ISO sensitivity 24 25, 5 Adjust the zoom head position 26 27. 6 Setting the camera s exposure mode and, metering system 28 29. 7 Setting the SB 800 s flash mode 30 31, 8 Compose the picture and shoot with flash 32 33. Using the SB 800 with the COOLPIX 34, Detailed operation 35.
SB 800 s available flash modes 36, TTL auto flash mode 37. Non TTL auto flash mode 38 41, Manual mode 42 50, Notes on continuous flash shooting 51. Checking the correct exposure before shooting 52, Other functions 53. Exposure compensation and flash output level, compensation 54 56. Flash shooting distance range with zoom lenses, having a variable aperture 57.
Slow sync flash mode Red eye reduction control, and Rear curtain sync 58 59. Auto FP High Speed Sync mode 60, Flash Value Lock FV Lock 61. Autofocus flash operation in dim light 62 63, Using the Quick Recycling Battery Pack SD 800 64 65. Checking the illumination before actually, taking the picture Modeling illuminator 66. Custom functions 67, Custom settings 68 70, Advanced operations 71.
Overview of multiple flash operation 72 73, Wireless multiple flash shooting 74 75. Flash shooting in Advanced Wireless Lighting 76 83. SU 4 type wireless multiple flash shooting 84 88, Confirming wireless multiple flash operation. using the ready light or the beeping sound 89, Multiple flash shooting using cords 90 93. System chart for TTL multiple flash shooting, using cords 94 95. Flash shooting with digital SLRs cameras, using colored gel filters 96 97.
Bounce flash operation 98 101, Close up flash operation 102 105. Flash shooting in the 1 300 TTL High Speed, Flash sync mode F5 only 106. Reference information 107, TTL auto flash modes available. with the SB 800 108 110, Optional accessories 111 113. SB 800 En SB 800 Autofocus Speedlight 10 Be sure to use only batteries specified in this instruction manual to avoid the possibility of batteries leaking corrosive liquids generating heat or exploding Preparation v For your safety 11 Never open the casing surrounding batteries or use batteries whose casing has been breachedas such batteries could leak corrosive liquids generate heat

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