For our money, it’s sim­ply the best flash­gun on the mar­ket

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Pow­er­ful, de­pend­able, strongly built and packed with high-end fea­tures, the Nikon SB-910 is a su­perb piece of kit. TTL ex­po­sure ac­cu­racy and con­sis­tency are ex­cel­lent. On­board con­trols are in­tu­itive and even the most ad­vanced set­tings are quick and easy to get at and ad­just. It’s not cheap, but for what you get it’s still great value.

The Nikon SB-700 matches the SB-910 for im­age qual­ity, based on sim­i­larly im­pres­sive TTL ex­po­sure ac­cu­racy, colour ac­cu­racy and the fact that il­lu­mi­na­tion across the en­tire frame is ex­tremely even. It’s an un­beat­able buy if you don’t need the SB-910’s ex­tra power, or a strobe mode. The Metz 58 AF-2 is an­other strong and fea­ture-rich con­tender, with high­lights that in­clude a sec­ondary sub­flash tube. For min­i­mum out­lay, the Gloxy GX-F990 N TTL is amaz­ingly ad­vanced for such an in­ex­pen­sive flash­gun.

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