Question about Nikon Sb600 Sb-600
I had a similar problem with my SB25 when I tried to use it on a D90. I took the camera into the Nikon USA Repair Depot in Los Angeles where they took it into the back shop and removed it while I waited without charge. If the SB600 is like my SB700 and SB900's, there is a spring loaded dimple in the camera's hot shoe that clicks into a hole in the SB flash hot shoe. I think if you can slide a thin piece of metal such as a machinists shim, you may be able to depress the dimple and release the SB600. Let me know if it works.
Posted on Jun 18, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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