Question about Nikon Speedlight SB-600 TTL Flash
Posted by Anonymous on
It sounds like it is working correctly to stop the beep go into menu and turn off beep
Posted on Feb 01, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: SB600 Works Erratically...
If red light on flash is blinking, flash is charging. In shooting rapidly, sometimes flash will go off even though it isnt fully charged. This can give dark shots. Flash eats batteries like crazy, best to always use fresh batteries for each shoot.
Posted on May 15, 2008
Remember that even though sb-600 is wireless, it is based on infrared. This usually means having a clear line-of-sight between flash commander and remote flash. Any object that gets in way can block signal from flash commander. Weak batteries in flash will also cause remote operation to be sporadic.
Posted on May 15, 2008
SOURCE: Nikon SB600.
The flash unit is very compact and the high voltage is at 330volts .
NIKON uses strink warap onn the ends of the tube also and the trigger lead will
pull out of the trigger coil if not careful .
If you need repair contact.
BERRIE SMITH CAMERA REPAIR
Posted on Nov 28, 2008
I know you mentioned rechargeable batteries, but you did not say was what kind. I have had my -600 now for more than two years and suddenly I started to experience flash failures, and the ready light would not come on to indicate flash is ready. I called Nikon 24/7 tech support and they recommended NiMH rechargeable batteries. (I was using regular alkaylines). Instantly my problems were solved, flash after flash it recycled instantly. In the manual they list the recycle times and the NiMH are the fastest. The tech said they were very good on power.I was skeptical, but he was right, it turnes out.
So, if you are not using NiMH for rechargeables, that could well be your problem. NiCads won't cut it!
Posted on Dec 23, 2008
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