Nikon SB-26 Speedlight


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Includes: Box and manual

Barely a year and a half after the Nikon SB-25 was introduced Nikon Launched a high-spec AF TTL Speedlight. The SB-26 is a TTL AF speedlight improving upon the many features of the SB-25 predecessor. The SB-26 was introduced along with the Nikon F90x in September, 1994. The many advanced “standard” features that can be found in a modern Nikon AF flashes (such as Red-Eye Reduction, Repeating Flash for dramatic strobe effects and FP High Speed Sync which enables the use of a shallow depth of field in bright daylight and its AF-assist illuminator providing autofocus capability even in total darkness with any Nikon AF SLR) are featured in the SB-26. A major advantage of the SB-26 was a new built-in Wireless Slave Flash function to enable the simultaneous utilisation of two Speedlights or more – a versatile multiple flash photography situation could be set up can easily.

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