Does a nikon sb600 flash work on a nikon d60 camera?
Yes, the sb600 works with all Nikon SLRs - although with some limitations on older ones.
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there are several sites where you can get detailed information about this digital camera. for example dpreview.com or cnet.com. just search some ofthem at google :)
The website called PriceGrabber.com compares the price of the Nikon D60 from 26 sellers. As of May 2008, the price range is between $650 to $820.
I personally, like nikon d60 more than 400d
The D60 is much lighter and smaller. It is better if you mostly shoot with Auto or Program Mode The D80 (and D90) is heavier and bigger but has better controls for manual adj…ustment and Autofocuses with older lenses
Short answer: "Not recommended". Long answer: The center contact on a flash shoe transmits the signal for a flash to fire. This contact is in the same place on all cameras th…at use a flash shoe. If a flash has ONLY the center contact, then it may be used on any camera that will accept it.. However, each camera manufacturer adds additional contacts onto their flashes for various additonal purposes. These contacts are different for each manufacturer. Mounting a Canon flash onto a Nikon camera may send potentially damaging electrical charges, through the additional contacts, between the two devices. These charges can potentially damage both the camera and the flash.
canon xsi is much better
Yes it does with non i-ttl auto (2 different f stops) and manual.
ifNikon d90 digital slr camera on auto mode can we use flesh sb600 on this mode or only manual mode
Yes in non i-ttl auto and manual
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Yes, in manual and non-ittl auto.
I would recommend Nikon D5000 camera a newer version of Nikon D60.
Short answer is no ... most flash units are camera specific, meaning that they will only work with the camera they were designed for. . Longer answer is yes ... if you want t…o 100% sure none of the smaller pins short out any of the contacts on the camera then just use pc sync socket or hotshoe to pc sync on the camera or some people just use tape. A double hotshoe adaptor that only has a center pin contact will also work. The main point is to ensure only the center pin of flash and camera is used. The flash will not be able to be used in TTL mode, but many Nikon flashes have a non TTL auto and a manual mode (dependent on model) that can be used. With old canon cameras the sync voltage needs to be below 6v, most Nikon flashes are below this but it's worthwhile checking..
Yes in non-ittl auto and manual flash modes, manual flash power zoom and no af assist illuminator.
Depending on where one purchases from and where on is located, the Nikon SB600 costs on average somewhere in the $400-$450 range. You can check local retailers as well as onli…ne retailers for price comparisons that best suit your needs.
A Nikon SB600 can be purchased offline at a specialist retailer. You can also purchase it online at outlets such as Amazon, or specialist online dealers who deal exclusively …in photographic paraphenalia.