last update: 21 February 2002

  Nikon Speedlight SB-7E

Introduced in 1978, the SB-7E has a foot designed to fit on the Nikon F and F2 cameras (over the rewind handle).


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82 (ft), 25 (m)
Weight: 10.6 oz (300g) (w/o batteries)
Size: 1.5” (37mm) tall x 4.3” (110mm) wide x 3.1” (79mm) deep
Power: four AA batteries
Recycle Time: 8 seconds minimum (full discharge)
# of Flashes: ~160 at full manual
Flash Duration: NA
Coverage: 35mm lens (56 degrees horizontal, 40 degrees vertical)
Case: SS-7
Key Features: Flash automaticlly shuts off when flash-to-subject distance is 2 to 13 feet (.6m to 4m) (at f/4). Head can be rotated through an arc of 180 degrees (click stops every 90 degrees). SW-2 accessory wide angle adapter for 28mm lens coverage. The SB-7E can control up to two additional, off-camera Nikon flash units with the SE-2 extension cord.

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Other Speedlights
SB-1, SB-2, SB-3, SB-4,
, SB-6, SB-7E, SB-8E,
SB-9, SB-10, SB-E, SB-11,
SB-12, SB-14, SB-140,
, SB-16, SB-17,
, SB-19, SB-20,
, SB-22, SB-22s,
, SB-24, SB-25,
, SB-27,
, SB-30,
, SB-80DX


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