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Make lighting work for
Speedlight can do
you with wireless
Easy, intelligent, amazing: The Nikon Creative Lighting Turn good shots into great shots with Advanced WirelessLighting Your file, your vision
lighting made easy
Capture NX Software: master post-production Explore fine details with flexible, wireless control Which Speedlight is right for you?
Nikon Creative Lighting System compatible
Power when you need it
View with clarity and comfort
Battery packs and power Viewing attachments Close in on every subject
for any location
Close-up accessories GPS cable/wireless transmitters Steady shots — night or day
Remote control accessories Nikkor lens lineup
Nikon digital SLRs
See what one Nikon Speedlight can do
Easy, intelligent, amazing: The Nikon
Gordon Nash — Wedding photographer (U.S.A.)
Creative Lighting System
I shoot about 50 weddings a month, and nearly half of my imagesneed a Nikon Speedlight. I always have one on my camera, with Lighting is a vital component of all images, but the past another ready for side-lighting or other handheld effects. Each complexities of flash photography have made many photogra- Speedlight makes a dramatic difference to the finished image. For the phers — even seasoned ones — hesitant to explore its full above image, I used one SB-800 for side-lighting and a soft-focus filteron the lens for a dreamy look.
potential. Not any more. Working photographers around the As a professional wedding photographer, I face moving subjects, world are discovering how Nikon's Creative Lighting System unpredictable shooting situations and limited prep time, so speed and brings simplicity and real-world usability to flash photography.
intuition are vital to my success. That's why I depend on the Nikon The key is Nikon's breakthrough i-TTL flash control technology.
Creative Lighting System. It's easy to use and With this at its core, Nikon Speedlights offer consistently accu- offers so many options, along with consistent rate flash exposures that can adjust to nearly any lighting situa- exposure and performance. I have to be tions you face. Nikon Speedlights communicate with your Nikon ready for that special moment at all times. TheCreative Lighting System helps me do that.
D-SLR to perform all the complex lighting calculations for you.
Nikon's exclusive monitor pre-flash offers precise feedback infor- mation, registering everything from available light and shadows Camera setting data: to color temperature and reflective surfaces within the scene.
The camera also integrates information from its built-in database Speedlights: D200(built-in Speedlight as of over 30,000 actual scenes to determine the ideal exposure -– commander) and SB- 800 (remote unit) all within a millisecond before each shutter release. Whether on Lens: AF 85mm f/1.8D top of the camera or used as a wireless remote unit, Nikon's Shutter speed: 1/125 sec.
Aperture: f/2.2 Creative Lighting System offers the most dependable and con- Exposure mode: Aperture-Priority Auto sistent flash exposure in the business.
Flash mode: i-TTLImage quality: RAW Bright lights, big ideas – with only one Nikon Speedlight, you can:
Nikon's exclusive i-TTL: a higher level of accuracy Go the distance: more flash power
The real breakthrough is Nikon's moni- The Speedlights built into tor pre-flash. It is designed to provide Nikon D-SLRs are smart and your Nikon D-SLR with consistently responsive, but sometimes accurate feedback information in order your subject is far enough to achieve ideal flash output. This away that you simply need level of accuracy is found nowhere Built-in Speedlight more flash power. Connect aNikon external Speedlight and you can capture sub-jects at a much greater distance with more balanced Soften the light: bounce flash
Direct light can be harsh andleave a distracting shadow i-TTL Balanced Fill-Flash behind your subject. Try turningthe flash head toward a wall or Speedlight tips: Diffuser ceiling and you'll soften the light and get rid of the shadow, Use a diffuser above the flash to soft- creating a more flattering atmosphere for portraits.
en the light and eliminate harsh shad-ows. This is useful in almost any flash situation, includ-ing fill flash, for naturallooking skin. Capture the action: Auto FP High-Speed Sync
Indispensable to outdoor pho-tography, this enables action-stopping shutter speeds withfill flash. It is also important toportraiture, allowing you to use larger apertures for a morepleasingly radiant ambient light. Your camera willautomatically set itself to this mode if the shutter Auto FP High-Speed Sync stops the action speed rises above the camera's standard flash sync Shutter speed: 1/3200 sec.
speed of 1/250 second.
Maintain the exposure: Flash Value (FV) Lock
The FV Lock (Flash Value Lock)maintains the same flash valuefor correct exposure during asequence of photographs,allowing you to zoom in on your Original exposure subject, change the composi-tion or adjust the aperture, all without altering yourintended exposure. That way you can concentrate on Main subject's exposure stays the same capturing your subject without worrying about adjust- regardless of any compositional changes.
ing the lighting.
Make lighting work for you with wireless
Joe McNally — Photojournalist (U.S.A.)
There have been many difficult lighting situations in my careerwhere the Nikon Creative Lighting System literally amazed meby sorting out a proper exposure. The System offers incrediblyhigh accuracy in most shooting scenarios. Milliseconds beforeeach shot, the camera meter and Speedlight speak to eachother, relaying and calculating massive amounts of lightinginformation — exposure variance, RGB, reflectance, distanceand contrast, to name a few — all of which are constantlyshifting and changing. I've always said that no camera systemwill ever solve every problem, but Nikon cameras and theCreative Lighting System do a phenomenal job of sortingthrough the data to give you accurate exposures. This is a major reason to use Nikon.
Camera setting data:Camera and Speedlight:D2x and three SB-800s(one on-camera mas-ter/commander and two remote units)Lens: AF-S DX 12-24mm f/4G IF-EDShutter speed: 1/160 sec.
Aperture: f/14Exposure mode: Aperture-Priority AutoFlash mode: i-TTLImage quality: RAW Simply set everything to Nikon's Turn good shots into great shots with
exclusive i-TTL for consistently accu- Advanced Wireless Lighting
rate exposures in even the most dif- You can accomplish a lot with just one Speedlight, but ficult lighting situations. It's just as sometimes an image would benefit from more artistic illumina- easy to explore alternate exposures tion. Adding more Speedlights not only adds depth to the scene by adjusting the flash exposure com- but also character and charm to your subject. One of the great- pensation of individual Speedlight Group A illuminates the main subject from est benefits that is singular to Nikon's Advanced Wireless groups. Or if you like, turn off a Lighting is that controlling dozens of Speedlights is just as easy Speedlight group, or set everything as controlling your on-camera Speedlight. And because it's wire- to manual — all via the LCD panel on the Master Speedlight, all less, setting up your Speedlights can be done quickly and possible without ever leaving your camera. Multiple Speedlight smoothly no matter where you're shooting. From the Master control has never been this intuitive and fluid. No other lighting Speedlight located on top of your camera, you can control the system comes close.
flash output of three groups of wireless remote units, addingany number of Speedlights to each of these groups. Group C: Illuminatesbackground On-cameraCommander Group B: Illuminates Group A: Illuminates You can control up to 4 groups of Speedlights, includ- Control it all from here. Set the flash mode, ing the Master and 3 remote i-TTL Speedlight groups, turn Speedlight groups on or off and con- emphasize the middle to achieve complete control of your lighting environ- trol the flash exposure compensation for up ground and Group C ment. All groups can be controlled from the Master, to 4 Speedlight groups from the Master for the background and there is no limit to how many you can use.
Controller SB-800's LCD panel.
s multiple Speedlights
Speedlight tips: colored gels Multiple Speedlights Selecting the right colored gel fil-ter is important, especially whenyou want the flash to appear nat-ural alongside ambient light. Forthe outrigger canoe photograph(shown left), an amber gel filteradded extra warmth to the mainsubject while blending seamlesslywith the sunlightand overallcolor of theimage.
SB-600 Speedlightscan serve as remoteunits in wirelesslighting, while SB-800 Speedlightscan serve as Master,Commander or separate remoteunits.
Joe McNally All images aside from product shots by Joe McNally Timing is crucial for location shooters. Here's how one photographer captured an aspiring dancer in 24 hours,
and how the Nikon Creative Lighting System provided the speed and flexibility he needed.

Bounce flash
Seamless flash with mixed ambient lighting
Directional light for a dramatic exposure
The illuminated space needed to be large enough for This shop had mixed light sources: fluorescent light Shooting at sunset can offer beautiful ambient light, the dancer to move freely. Four SB-800 units were along with sunlight from the window. To give the scene but in a narrow window of time. For a dramatic effect, attached to the ballet bar to bounce light off the wall.
a natural look, a diffuser is attached to an SB-800 and two sets of SB-800 remote units illuminate the dancer Two more SB-800 units bounced light off the floor. By tilted toward the ceiling, with an additional wireless from the front and the rear. After a few angle adjust- bouncing light off the cream-colored wall and the remote SB-800 illuminating the dancer from outside the ments, there was a large enough volume of light to wooden floor, the lighting achieved natural warmth.
emphasize the dancer's shape appropriately.
Group B: Bouncedoff the floor Master/Commander On-cameraCommander Group A: Illuminates Group B: Illuminates Group A: Bounced off the wall Group A: Illuminates from On-camera Commander Dramatic close-up lighting made easy
Foto Natura team SU-800 Wireless Speedlight Commander
Explore fine details with flexible, wireless
Simple operation lets you easily commandwireless remote Speedlight operation.
Detail can be crucial to the impact of an image. That's why Nikonoffers the ultimate tools for creative and versatile close-up lighting.
SX-1 Attachment Ring
Allows easy attachment and detachment
Designed to work seamlessly with Nikon's i-TTL Wireless Creative of SB-R200 Speedlights to the lens. Lighting System, both the R1C1 and R1 bring an amazing level ofsimplicity and automation to the lighting process.
Close-up lighting has countless uses for nearly every kind of sub-ject matter. Hobbyists enjoy capturing ornamental patterns found on coins, flowers and other small objects, while people photogra- phers take advantage of the shallow depth-of-field for intimate portraits. And with no wires to get in the way, you can handhold Flexible, dependable the Speedlights to make quick adjustments or to follow moving flash control. Can be subjects, such as insects. From medical applications to food pho- handheld, clamped on a stand or attached tothe lens using the SX-1. The lighting angle tography, the R1C1 and R1 will make you see things differently. can be adjusted by tilting the flash head. Both the R1C1 and R1 contain a comprehensive assortment of accessories, including the SW-11 Extreme Close-up Positioning R1C1 comes equipped with the SU-800,two SB-R200 Speedlights, and more.
Adapter, the SJ-R200 Color Filter Set, the SW-12 Set Diffuser, theSW-C1 Flexible Arm Clip and a set of five adapter rings to ensurethe SX-1 Attachment Ring can be mounted on virtually any Nikkor Nikon Wireless Close-up
lens designed for close-range photography. Whichever set is right for you, both make mastering close-up flash photography simple,fascinating and fun.
R1 comes equipped with two
SB-R200 Speedlights, and more.
Wil Meinderts, Jan Vermeer and Danny Ellinger — Nature
Speedlight tips: close-up Close-up Speedlights photographers at Foto Natura team (The Netherlands)
Nikon's Wireless Close-up Speedlight System is flexible, consistent and amazingly easy to The SX-1 and SB-R200 Speedlights operate. You can expect superb performance straight out of the box, with their small offer exciting creative possibilities diffusers providing beautifully soft light. Whether attached to the camera or handheld, for multiple lighting. the two SB-R200 units included are capable of a wide range of lighting situations, but The SU-800 can also be bought add an SB-800 or additional SB-R200 units, and you seamlessly separately, and features simpler control nearly every aspect of lighting – even in poorlylit loca- operation and a wider range of tions. The 105 mm VR Macro lens is ideal for this type of shoot- options than the SB-800. And ing, especially when insects are your subjects, but for any seri- because there's no distracting pre- ous macro photographer, the R1C1 is a must-have tool.
flash with the SU-800, some pho- tographers prefer it when shoot-ing people and Camera setting data: Camera and Speedlight:D200 and R1C1Lens: AF-S VR Micro105mm f/2.8G IF-ED Shutter speed: 1/125 sec.
Aperture: f/13Exposure mode: Aperture-Priority AutoFlash mode: i-TTLImage quality: RAW Brighten your subject for natural beauty
Some subjects don't pose willingly. Here a butterflymomentarily lands on a vivid orange flower. The day was overcast, so three SB-R200 Speedlights wereused: one is attached to the camera and pointeddirectly at the butterfly. Two off-camera units have Illuminates subject been angled for side-lighting and background fill, Illuminates subjectand background with diffusers softening the light for a more natural On-camera Commander Foto Natura team Close-up lighting: Step-by-step
Sometimes small units make a big impact. The model holds a shard of mirror in front of her face, which is illu- Illuminates fromabove minated by two handheld SB-R200 remote units: onefrom above and one from below. After a little trial anderror, the ideal angle and Speedlight positioning wasdetermined. The result: a shot full of mystery and Group B:Illuminates from On-camera Commander Location: Turtle Bay Resort Reveal depth and space from ordinary objects
SU-800 Commander ontop of camera To create a sense of fantasy from simple ornamental glass, one SB-R200 was placed underneath, emphasiz-ing the thinly carved rabbit relief. To draw out the blue,a second SB-R200 was placed behind the glass and Group B: Diffused from angled downwards, with the extreme close-up position- behind using Extreme ing adapter SW-11 and diffuser SW-12 helping to create the illusion of a dual-tone blue background. The result: a dreamlike image of a rabbit running across the field at Diffused from below Noriyuki Yuasa Which Speedlight is right for you?
Ultimate flash performance: Nikon Creative Lighting System
compatible Speedlights

Powerful, Intelligent, Complete
Practical, Intelligent, Indispensable
Compact, Intelligent, Versatile
Serves as Master, Commander or Remote Unit
Serves as Remote Unit in Advanced Wireless
i-TTL and Bounce Flash Capability
in Advanced Wireless Lighting
[for D2 series, D200, D80, D40 series] [for D2 series, D200, D80, D40 series] [for D2 series, D200, D80, D40 series] SB-800 Accessories (supplied)
Creative Lighting System Features
Bounce Adapter SW-10H
Speedlight Stand AS-19
Soften the shadows and diffuse light (comes with SB-800 / SB-600)
during bounce flash by attaching the The AS-19 allows stable place- • Advanced Wireless Lighting* SW-10H over the flash head.
ment when used as a remote unit.
• Modeling Flash* A tripod socket is also provided. • FV (Flash Value) Lock (D2 series/D200/D80) Quick Recycling Battery Pack
• Auto FP High-Speed Sync* (D2 series/D200/D80) SD-800
Shorten recycling time to as little as 2.9
• Wide-Area AF Assist Illuminator* seconds in Manual mode at full output Colored Gel Filter Set SJ-1 • Flash Color Information Communication by attaching an additional battery.
(optional for SB-800/SB-600) • Distance Priority Manual Flash (SB-800) Colored Gel Filter Set SJ-800
This set includes 8 types of colored * Not available with the SB-400.
gels for creative Speedlight options.
Use these gels for correct color • FL-G1/G2 (for fluorescent light) temperature in ambient lighting • TN-A1/A2 (for incandescent/tungsten light) • BLUE • YELLOW • RED • AMBER Automatic Insulated Gate Bipolar Transistor (IGBT) and series circuitry Guide number
38 (ISO 100, m), 53 (ISO 200, m) 30 (ISO 100, m), 42 (ISO 200, m) 21 (ISO 100, m), 30 (ISO 200, m) (with zoom head set at 35mm) (with zoom head set at 35mm) Angle of coverage
Auto power zoom 24mm, 28mm, 35mm, 50mm, Auto power zoom 24mm, 28mm, 35mm, 50mm, 70mm, 85mm, 105mm; 17mm, 14mm with 70mm, 85mm; 14mm with built-in wide-flash adapter built-in wide-flash adapter; 14mm with soft dome Flash mode
i-TTL; D-TTL; Auto Aperture; Non-TTL Auto; i-TTL; D-TTL; Manual (Full 1/64 output); i-TTL; Manual (with D40 series only) Manual (Full 1/128 output); Distance-Priority Red-Eye Reduction Manual; Repeating Flash; Red-Eye Reduction Flash exposure
-3.0 to +3.0 EV in increments of 1/6 steps in i-TTL or -3.0 to +3.0 EV in increments of 1/6 steps in i-TTL Auto Aperture flash modes Minimum recycling time
Approx. 2.5 seconds with the SD-800 (Manual at full) Approx. 2.5 seconds with Nickel/Ni-MH batteries (Manual at full) Approx. 2.5 seconds with Ni-MH batteries (Manual at full) Number of flashes
Approx. 130 (Manual at full) (with alkaline batteries) Approx. 200 (Manual at full) (with alkaline batteries) Approx. 140 (Manual at full) (with alkaline batteries) Flash head tilts down to -7°, or up to 90°; Flash head tilts up to 90°; flash head rotates Flash head tilts up to 90° with click-stops flash head rotates horizontally 180° to the left horizontally 180° to the left or 90° to the right at 0°, 60°, 75°, 90° or 90° to the right Automatically turns on when performing autofocus in dim light or in the dark Power source
Four AA-size alkaline/NiCd/Nickel/Ni-MH/ Four AA-size alkaline/NiCd/Nickel/Ni-MH/ Four AA-size alkaline/lithium/oxyride/Ni-MH lithium batteries; SD-8A, SK-6A/6 lithium batteries Mounting foot lock lever
Dimensions (W x H x D)
Approx. 70.5 x 129.5 x 93.0mm Approx. 68.0 x 123.5 x 90.0mm Approx. 66.0 x 56.5 x 80.0mm Weight (without batteries)
Soft case
Close-up Speedlight Commander Kit R1C1 (SU-800, two SB-R200s and all the accessories)
Close-up Speedlight Remote Kit R1 (Two SB-R200s and all the accessories)
SB-R200 Wireless Remote Speedlight
SU-800 Wireless Speedlight Commander
Also available as a separate unit Also available as a separate unit [for D2 series, D200, D80, D40 series] [for D2 series, D200, D80, D40 series] Two SB-R200 units are included with both the R1C1 and Included only with the R1C1, the SU-800 features a the R1. Each unit features a guide number of 10 (ISO 100, commander function that can trigger the SB-R200, m) or 14 (ISO 200, m). When attached to a lens via the SB-600 and SB-800 wireless remote flash units. SX-1, the flash head can be tilted up to 60 degrees toward AF-Assist Illuminator, Target Light button and Test the optical axis of the lens or up to 45 degrees away from button are provided.
Attachment Ring SX-1
Can hold SB-R200 Speedlights.
Extreme Close-up Positioning
Adapter SW-11
For centering the light from the SB-R200
Speedlight Stand
IR Panel for Built-in
flash to an optical axis, which is especially Enable placing of Flash SG-3IR
effective in close-up shooting.
For the stable placement Attachment Ring SX-1 on Attached to the camera's Recommended for shooting of the SB-R200. A tripod the front of the lens. Five fil- accessory shoe when the distances within socket is also provided.
ter attachment sizes (52mm, built-in Speedlight of a 62mm, 67mm, 72mm, camera is used as a com- 77mm) are available.
Color Filter Holder
Color Filter Set SJ-R200
Flexible Arm Clip SW-C1
Diffuser SW-12
Allows attachment of items Enables filters to be Change the mood of your •Soft Case for SU-800 This milky-white panel such as a diffuser. Can be attached to the SB-R200.
close-up photography with •Soft Case for SB-R200 diffuses light from a attached to the guide groove four filters: Blue, Red, FL- •Soft Case for SX-1 flash and softens of the Attachment Ring SX-1.
G1 for fluorescent light •Close-up Speedlight Kit and TN-A1 for incandes- Advanced Wireless Lighting System Compatibility
Wireless Speedlight Commander SU-800 Specifications
Wireless Remote Speedlight SB-R200 Specifications
Flash light wavelengths
Flash head tilt angle
Infrared-pulse emitting communication using a Approx. 800 to 1,000nm (infrared ray) Automatic Insulated Gate Bipolar Transistor Down to 60°, or up to 45° flash discharge tube (IGBT) and series circuitry (for wireless remote Approx. 60° (vertical), approx. 78° (horizontal) Dedicated shoe for Attachment Ring SX-1 or Approx. 20m for the SB-800/SB-600, and approx. 4m Guide number
Speedlight Stand AS-20 for the SB-R200 at normal setting 10 (ISO 100, m), 14 (ISO 200, m) Target light
Number of channels
Angle of coverage
Automatically turns on when performing auto Number of groups
focus in dim light or in the dark Flash mode
Power source
i-TTL; D-TTL; M (Manual): full 1/64 output Power source
Number of transmissions
One 3V CR123A lithium battery (close-up), full 1/128 output (commander) One 3V CR123A lithium battery Dimensions (W x H x D)
Dimensions (W x H x D)
Approx. 68 x 96 x 58mm Approx. 6.0 seconds (Manual at full) Approx. 80 x 75 x 55mm Weight (without battery)
Number of flashes
Weight (without battery)
Approx. 290 (Manual at full) Flash Accessories
Expand the possibilities of your flash photography

For press photography as well as photographers morecomfortable with wired flash synchronization, Nikonoffers additional flash accessories. They are also indis-pensable for Nikon D-SLRs that lack a built-in wirelesscommander (such as D2 series, D40 series) for off-cameraflash operation.
Sync Terminal Adapter
TTL Remote Cord
for D80, D40 series for D2 series, D200, D80, D40 series The AS-15 is compatible with The TTL Remote Cord SC-28/SC-29 makes off-camera TTL flash con- the D80 and D40 series which trol easy and assured. With the Nikon digital SLRs, the SC-29 also feature standard ISO-type acces- works as an external AF-assist illuminator.
sory shoe but lack a sync termi-nal for large studio strobes.
Power Bracket Unit
SK-6A* (for SB-800)
Pack SD-8A (for SB-800)
[for D2 series, D200, D80, D40 series] [for D2 series, D200, D80, D40 series] Not only does the SK-6A The SD-8A is designed for use enable you to use the camera- with the SB-800 to shorten mountable SB-800 as a grip- flash recycling time and type flash, it also offers you enhance flash capacity. It remote-flash capability. Used accepts six 1.5V LR6 (AA-size as an external power source or alkaline), 1.2V KR-AA (R6/AA- in combination with the size NiCd), 1.5V FR6 (AA-size Speedlight's own power source, lithium) or 1.2V R6/AA-size Ni- the SK-6A reduces minimum MH batteries.
recycling time by nearly halfwhile doubling the total num-ber of flashes available. * The SK-6 may be substituted for theSK-6A in some countries.
Your file, your vision
Capture NX software: master post-production

Finally, software that brings out the best in everyone
Post-production will never be the same. Simple and sophisticat-ed by design, the new Capture NX is easy, intuitive and incredi-bly fast, turning complicated photo editing into a few clicks ofthe mouse. No more number crunching. No more guesswork.
Thanks to Nikon's exclusive new U Point Technology, CaptureNX does all the calculations for you, making it the first trulyusable editing software for all levels of photographers. Imageediting has never been so comprehensive, fast and fun! Revolutionary: U Point
Now red-eye is a breeze to remove. Just place a Red-Eye Reduction Control Point Color Control Points:
over the eyes, click, and it's gone.
Easy to view and reposition, this amazingnew system lets you adjust the color of Easy-to-use Selective Tools
any part of your image in a fraction of the Take advantage of commonly used time that other image editing tools enhancement tools. In addition to familiar require. A quick adjustment to a point's selections like Lasso and Marquee, the slider can adjust hue, saturation, bright- Brush tool can now paint in or paint out ness and more with immediate, sophisti- an enhancement.
Kenji Miura — commercial NEF (Nikon Electronic Format)
photographer (Japan) Black, White, Neutral Control Points:
With Capture NX, you'll never have to Both professionals and amateurs These Control Points help correct color worry about damaging your original NEF alike now have a new world of casts and refine color balance, adding file data, even after dozens of adjust- more depth and dynamism to your ments. All your original data and a thumb- available to them. The beauty of nail are saved automatically, along with a Capture NX is its simplicity.
Show Selection for Accurate Control:
Conventional software requires a set of every enhancement command countless series of steps, with This feature turns your image into black & applied to it. Ordinarily, any change made each individual effect a new stage white, with Control Point adjustments in to a file affects the original data, but in the process. For many photog- white so that you know immediately Nikon's original technology makes this raphers, this demanded frustrating what is affected.
simple to avoid by converting original amounts of memory and patience.
JPEG and TIFF images conveniently into Capture NX makes the process NEF files. How's that for easy? easy and intuitive. Whether it's the sky or skin tone, simply point to Color Control Points Red-Eye Reduction an area you want to adjust, click, and it's done! Hours of work can This unique interface makes editing incredibly simple. Just drag the slid- and experience.
ers to the left or right. No other soft-ware is this intuitive.
Your file, your vision
Capture NX software: master post-production
Enhancing the color of the sky using Color Control Points
Place a Color Control Point on the sky.
Sliders for Saturation, Hue and Brightness will To repeat the effect in another area, duplicate the appear. Adjust these as you wish.
Control Point and place it somewhere else.
Correcting skin tones using the Color Picker
Place a Color Control Point on any area of the sub- Select the appropriate color from the skin tones Rotate the outside ring to adjust the hue to ject's skin.
provided in the center triangle of the Color Picker.
warmer or cooler.
Perfecting portions of an image using Brush Tool
Choose the Brush Tool in the Selective Tools menu.
Paint in the area you want to enhance. Painting Add any desired effects. Over 25 enhancements out the enhancement is just as easy.
are available.
Seamless workflow from browsing to editing
Choose browsing function to see images at a Organize images by labeling and sorting.
Start enhancing an image quickly and simply by double-clicking on it.
Capture NX: Versatile Functions
Color Aberration Control Completely redesigned to sort, organize, compare, tag and
improve images with more speed and agility.
This simple, timesaving process automatically applies one or
more enhancements to a series of images.
Edit List (NEW)
For easier, more intuitive photo editing, the Capture NX Edit Listhelps you to track, cancel or add new modifications.
Advanced Noise Reduction
16-bit image compatibility (available for RAW and 16-bit TIFF
Now it's possible to create multiple versions of your original NEF files only)
image, all within the original image file, saving you time as well D-Lighting for pulling out more detail in both the highlights and
as memory on your computer. Want to have a dozen versions of the shadowy areas of your images.
one image in a single file? No problem! You'll never have to Most features, found in Nikon Capture 4, including some not
search your computer to find other versions — they're all there shown here, are also included in Capture NX.
with the original, and just a click away. Capture NX System Requirements
Lens Correction Tools (some functions available for RAW files
only) (NEW)
1.0GHz Pentium® III or higher (2.0GHz Pentium® 4 or higher recommended) Windows Vista™ (32 bit), Windows® XP Home Edition, Windows® XP Professional, Vignette Control automatically reduces the effect of marginal illumi- Windows® 2000 Professional nation, Color Aberration Control reduces color-fringing effects, and 256MB minimum (1.0GB or more recommended) Distortion Control reduces pincushion and barrel distortion effects. Hard Disk 200MB required for installation
800 x 600 pixels (1024 x 768 or higher recommended) with 16-bit color (High Color/ Color Management (NEW)
thousands of colors) or 24-bit color (True Color/millions of colors) recommended Lets you create a color profile so that colors are consistent from • CD-ROM drive required for installation• Internet connection required for some options your first to last edit. Use the Soft Proof tool to see how a spe- cific printer will recreate specific colors on your monitor. There's also the Capture NX print function, which lets you use an Mac® OS X (version 10.4 or later), Intel Core Duo, Intel Core 2 Duo, Intel Xeon assigned profile to print your images.
256MB minimum (1.0GB or more recommended) Hard Disk 200MB required for installation
800 x 600 pixels (1024 x 768 or higher recommended) with 16-bit color (High Color/thousands of colors) or 24-bit color (True Color/millions of colors) recommended • CD-ROM drive required for installation• Internet connection required for some options More useful software
Camera Control Pro
program helps you organize, edit, enhance, print and share your Remote control for your Nikon D-SLR
digital images. Picture Project also helps you e-mail images, as When used in combination with an AF Nikkor lens (DX, D and G well as burn them to a CD or DVD. types), you can operate and control most of your Nikon D-SLRsettings from a computer. Image files will be stored directly onto Do more with PictureProject using the following software:
your hard disk, turning your computer into one large-capacity • nik Color Efex™ Pro 2.0 Express Edition*2
media card, which can be especially valuable during high-volume Offering fifteen kinds of digital filters for professional-level filtering shooting such as studio work. Compatible with Wireless effects, nik Color Efex™ Pro 2.0 Express Edition can help you Transmitter WT-2/2A and WT-3/3A, Camera Control Pro also lets apply considerably more artistry to your work.
you control the camera via wireless LAN. • PictureProject DVD Show*2
Image Authentication Software (Windows only)
Turn your images and movies from your still digital camera into Protect the integrity of your valuable data
moving video clips set to music. You can even add sound effects (for D2Xs, D2X*1, D2Hs*1, D200*1) and then burn them to a CD or DVD (Windows only).
When authenticity needs to be proven, Nikon's exclusive Image • PictureProject COOLPIX Remote Control*2
Authentication function indicates whether an actual image has Control your COOLPIX S4, COOLPIX L1 and COOLPIX been tampered with. It also lets you clarify any changes made 8800/8400 cameras via computer. Simply connect the camera to item by item, such as the shooting date and any GPS information your computer via USB cable.
-– indispensable for public works projects and the press.
*2 Operation is not guaranteed with Windows *1 Firmware upgrading is required to use this software.
(provided free with all Nikon digital cameras)
Designed specifically for Nikon digital cameras, this specialized
Power when you need it
Battery packs and power management

Quick Charger
Quick Charger
Quick Charger
Battery Pack MB-D200
Battery Pack MB-D80
Runs on either six Provides extra command These rechargeable batteries provide extended life and con- LR6/AA-size alkaline, dials, shutter release sistent power, even in cold conditions. Used together with of rechargeable Li- of rechargeable Li- of rechargeable Li- FR6/AA-size lithium, or button and AE-L/AF-L your Nikon D-SLR, the camera's fuel gauge accurately dis- ion Battery EN-EL9.
1.2V R6/AA-size Ni-MH button for vertical shoot- plays the remaining charge, number of shots since last batteries, or one or two ing. Runs on one or two charge, and current battery life status. The EN-EL4a even EN-EL3e rechargeable EN-EL3e rechargeable gives notice when calibration is necessary.
Li-ion batteries.
Li-ion batteries, or six Features two command AA-size batteries.
dials, shutter releasebutton and AF start but-ton for vertical shooting.
Communication technology for any location
GPS cable/Wireless transmitters

GPS Cable
Wireless Transmitter
Wireless Transmitter
Extended Range Antenna
for D2 series, D200 for D2 series, D200 Enables the Nikon D2-series/ Wireless Transmitters WT-2/2A and WT-3/3A enable image data Increases the effective transmis- D200 digital SLRs to be connect- transfer via wireless LAN (Wi-Fi)*. Simply mount one on the bottom sion range of wireless LAN from ed to NMEA-O183 protocol-com- of your camera and connect via USB cable, then any captured data the normal 30m to approx.
patible GPS (Global Positioning can be transferred at high speed. And since they support various net- Neutral Color
System) units such as GARMINTM work and security protocols, these transmitters are NC Filers
and MAGELLANTM for recording compatible with a wide range of system environments.
Available in attachment GPS positioning information and Camera Control Pro also enables wireless remote con- sizes 39mm, 46mm, 52mm, time signals synchronous to UTC trol from a personal computer via PTP/IP. With WT- 58mm, 67mm, these filters (Universal Coordinated Time) 3/3A, data transfer through a wired LAN via Ethernet serve as lens protectors within image data files during network is also possible.
and do not affect color bal- * Conforming to the IEEE802.11b/g standard ance. In addition, multilayercoating prevents lightreflection inside the glass, Note: The WT-2/3 is sold in countrieswhere governments approve the use of thereby improving color 13 frequency channels. The WT-2A/3A is sold in countries that authorize onlythe use of 11 frequency channels.
Steady shots — night or day
Remote control accessories

Battery pack/Remote control/ GPS cable/Wireless transmitter Remote Cord
Remote Cord
Remote Cord
Extension Cord
Connecting Cord
MC-30 (0.8m)
MC-22 (1m)
MC-21 (3m)
MC-23 (0.4m)
for D2 series, D200 for D2 series, D200 for D2 series, D200 for D2 series, D200 for D2 series, D200 Enables remote firing of a Enables remote firing of a Useful for making connections to For use with MC-30 or MC-22.
Connects two cameras for simul- camera, and setting of Interval camera with trigger-lock function a shutter-triggering device, such taneous or synchronized shutter Timer and Long Time Exposure.
by keeping the shutter release as those activated by an infrared Incorporates illuminated LCD button depressed — useful for sensor to take pictures of wildlife after dark.
Modulite Remote Control
Adapter Cord
Remote Cord
Wireless Remote Control
MC-25 (0.2m)
MC-DC1 (1m)
for D2 series, D200 for D2 series, D200 for D80, D40 series The ML-3 offers remote control of Enables use of two-pin remote Enables remote firing of the D80.
Enables wireless remote shutter two separate channels via an accessories: Remote Cord infrared LED beam to enable auto- MC-4A, Remote Cord MC-12B, matic camera operation from a and Terminal Release MR-3.
distance up to about 8m. Featuresinclude auto-triggering anddelayed shutter release, as wellas single and continuous shooting.
Circular Polarizing
Gelatin Filter Holders
Slip-in Circular Polarizing Filters
AF-3, AF-4
Designed for use with telephoto lenses that provide a slip-in filter By reducing the light reflected These holders accommodate gelatin or glass filters to a thickness of holder, these filters reduce glare from non-metallic surfaces such as from non-metallic surfaces, approx. 2mm. The AF-3 is used with 3-inch square gelatin filters and glass and water. Simply turn the rotating ring on the holder to find polarizing filters allow direct Nikkor lenses having an attachment size of 52/62/67/72/77mm. The the most effective position. These filters do not affect autofocus or shooting through glass windows AF-4 is used with 4-inch square gelatin filters and Nikkor lenses hav- auto exposure operation. Both the C-PL1L and C-PL-3L feature 52mm and minimize glare from water ing an attachment size of 52/62/67/72/77/82/95mm. surfaces, sunlit trees and grass.
Slip-in Circular Polarizing Filters—Compatible lenses
Nikon also offers two dedicated hood Compatible with both color and options — the HN-36 for the AF-3 and the AF-S VR 200mm f/2G IF-ED monochrome photography. HN-37 for the AF-4. Several hoods of the AF-S VR 300mm f/2.8G IF-ED AF-S 300mm f/2.8D IF-ED II same diameter can be stacked, depending AF-S 400mm f/2.8D IF-ED II on the focal length of the lens in use.
AF-S 500mm f/4D IF-ED II AF-S 600mm f/4D IF-ED II AF-S VR 200-400mm f/4G IF-ED √: Compatible —: Incompatible View with clarity and comfort
Viewing attachments

Eyepiece Magnifier
Magnifying Eyepiece
DK-22 DK-18
for D2 series, D200, D80, D40 series for D2 series, D200, D80, D40 series The DG-2 provides 2x magnifica- Attached to a D2 series camera, Provides an upright, unreversed image for right-angle viewing.
tion of the central area of the Enables attachment of Eyepiece the DK-17M magnifies the finder Individual eyesight adjustments are possible. The DR-5/DR-6 finder image. Eyesight adjust- Magnifier DG-2 to the camera's image approximately 1.2 times.
allows you to set the reproduction ratio to either 1:1 or 1:2.
ment provided. Useful for critical eyepiece. DK-22 is for cameras Diopter adjustment range is focusing in close-up photogra- with a rectangular eyepiece. widened at both the (+) and (-) The DR-5 is for cameras with a circular eyepiece (D2 Series); the phy. Requires an eyepiece DK-18 is for cameras with a cir- DR-6 is for cameras with a rectangular eyepiece (D200, D80, D40 cular eyepiece.
series). An eyepiece adapter is required when attaching the DR-5to D2 series cameras.
Antifog Finder Eyepiece
for D200, D80, D40 series The DK-21M magnifies the D200 An easy-to-use viewing and Five correction lenses from –3 to A transparent plastic plate with Improves viewing comfort and finder image by approximately focusing aid which enables near- +2m-1 for circular-eyepiece cam- a special surface coating that prevents stray light from enter- and farsighted photographers to reduces fogging.
ing the viewfinder and washing view the finder image accurately out contrast.
without having to wear eye-glasses.
Reproduction ratio
The reproduction ratio, which indicates the relationship between sub-
Interchangeable Focusing Screens
ject size and the size of the image on an image sensor, is determinedby the distance to the subject and by the lens' focal length setting. IfReproduction ratios using 50mm lens Auto Extension Ring: 1/6.5x 1.1x Offers unobstructed viewing and Features grid patterns ideal for With the D2X, corner brackets easy focusing over the entire copying and architectural pho- indicate the rectangular area to matte surface. Good for all gen- be shot in High-speed Crop eral photography.
Close in on every subject
Close-up accessories
(For information on the PB-6 and its limitations, see chart below)
iewing attachments/V Close-up accessories Extension Bellows
Slide Copying Adapter
Macro Copy Stand
Renders reproduction ratios from Attaches to the PB-6 for an Enables a D2 series camera to Used with the PB-6 and a Nikkor Attaches to the end of the PB-6 about 1:1 to nearly 11x life-size, astounding magnification of 23x move on the PB-6 rail without lens to make duplicate slides.
to convert it into a miniature depending on the lens in use life-size when using a 20mm interference and allows horizon- Cropping of the original slide is copy stand or specimen stage.
and whether the lens is mounted wideangle lens in reverse posi- tal/vertical changeover any- in normal or reverse position.
tion. With this combination, the where along the rail. Two Focal range of compatible lenses continuously variable extension PB-6Ds are needed when using is from 20mm to 200mm. The range is from 83mm to 438mm. the PB-6; three are needed when lens extension covers the range using the PB-6E.
from 48mm to 208mm, for pro-ducing frame-filling images ofeven the tiniest subjects. PK-11A PK-12 PK-13 Macro Adapter Ring
Adapter Ring
Focusing Stage
Auto Extension Rings *
PK-11A**, PK-12 and PK-13 auto Enables reverse-mounting of A handy adapter that converts Simplifies close-up focusing extension rings fit between the lenses. The BR-2A also increas- the bayonet mount of reverse- when using a tripod-mounted camera body and lens singly or in es the working distance for nor- mounted lenses to the 52mm combinations. When attached to an mal or wideangle lenses.
thread used for filters and (For D200, D80, D40 series) AI Nikkor lens, the lens retains PB-6 Compatibility Chart
Depending on the camera used, cer-
Compatible with lenses having a automatic diaphragm and meter tain accessories may be required 52mm-sized front attachment.
coupling functions. This gives you when using the PB-6. Auto Extension freedom to compose, focus and Rings can increase lens extension.
meter at the brightest, fullest aper- ture position without having to stop down the lens manually before shooting. (Exposure meter does not work with D80, D40 series.) * G-type lenses cannot be used.
** Cannot be used with AF-S lenses.
the reproduced image is the same size as the subject, the reproduction ratio is one-to-one (1:1 or 1x). Ifthe image is two times larger, the ratio is 2:1 or 2x. Nikon equipment for close-up photography offers awide range of reproduction ratio capabilities.
PB-6 (normal mounting): 1/1.1x 4.0x PB-6 (reverse mounting): 1.4x 3.9x PB-6 + PB-6E (reverse mounting): 1.4x 8.4x Prepare for the Possibilities
SC-28/SC-29 (1.5m) Antifog Finder Eyepiece DK-17A Close-up Speedlight Close-up Speedlight Commander Kit R1C1 Eyepiece Correction Lenses (SB-800 required) DK-17C (–3 to +2m-1, 5 kinds) Power Bracket Unit High-performance SK-6A (for SB-800) Battery Pack SD-8A POWER SOURCES (p16)
Li-ion Battery EN-EL4a VIEWING ATT
SC-28/SC-29 (1.5m) Magnifying Eyepiece DK-21M Close-up Speedlight Close-up Speedlight Commander Kit R1C1 Eyepiece CorrectionLenses DK-20C(–5 to +3m-1, 9 kinds) Power Bracket Unit High-performance SK-6A (for SB-800) Battery Pack SD-8A POWER SOURCES (p16)
Multi-Power Battery Pack Wireless Transmitter VIEWING ATT AC
SC-28/SC-29 (1.5m) Rubber Eyecup DK-16 (for D40X/D40) Eyepiece Correction Close-up Speedlight Close-up Speedlight Commander Kit R1C1 (–5 to +3m-1, 9 kinds) (SB-800 required for Power Bracket Unit High-performance SK-6A (for SB-800) Battery Pack SD-8A REMOTE ACC ES
Remote Cord MC-DC1 Sync Terminal Adapter A CHMENT (p18)
Magnifying Eyepiece Extension Bellows Control Set ML-3 Right-Angle Viewing Eyepiece Magnifier PG-2 (for D200,D80, D40X/D40) WIRELESS TRANSMITTER (p16)
Auto Extension Ring Wireless Transmitter Camera Control Pro Image Authentication Software PictureProject A CHMENT (p18)
Right-Angle Viewing Control Set ML-3 Eyepiece Magnifier RA NSMITTER (p16)
Camera Control Pro Image Authentication Software Rear Cap LF-1Body Cap BF-1A TT ACHMENT (p18)
EN-EL3e (for D80) BM-3 (for D2 series) Right-Angle Viewing Eyepiece Magnifier CC ESSORIES (p17)
Wireless Remote Control Camera Control ProPictureProject Note: Some multi-accessory combinations may not be compatible with certain cameras.
DX Nikkor Lenses
AF Zoom-Nikkor Lenses
AF DX Fisheye-Nikkor AF-S DX Zoom-Nikkor AF-S DX Zoom-Nikkor AF-S Zoom-Nikkor AF-S VR Zoom-Nikkor AF-S Zoom-Nikkor 12-24mm f/4G IF-ED 17-55mm f/2.8G IF-ED 17-35mm f/2.8D IF-ED 18-35mm f/3.5-4.5D IF-ED 24-85mm f/2.8-4D IF 24-120mm f/3.5-5.6G IF-ED 28-70mm f/2.8D IF-ED AF-S DX Zoom-Nikkor AF-S DX Zoom-Nikkor AF-S DX Zoom-Nikkor AF-S VR Zoom-Nikkor AF-S VR Zoom-Nikkor 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6G ED II 18-70mm f/3.5-4.5G IF-ED 70-200mm f/2.8G IF-ED 70-300mm f/4-5.6D ED 18-135mm f/3.5-5.6G IF-ED 70-300mm f/4.5-5.6G IF-ED AF-S DX VR Zoom-Nikkor AF-S DX Zoom-Nikkor AF-S DX VR Zoom-Nikkor AF VR Zoom-Nikkor AF-S VR Zoom-Nikkor 80-200mm f/2.8D ED 80-400mm f/4.5-5.6D ED 200-400mm f/4G IF-ED 18-200mm f/3.5-5.6G IF-ED 55-200mm f/4-5.6G ED 55-200mm f/4-5.6G ED AF Single-Focal-Length Nikkor Lenses
AF Fisheye-Nikkor AF-S VR Micro-Nikkor 105mm f/2.8G IF-ED 180mm f/2.8D IF-ED AF-S VR Nikkor 300mm AF-S Nikkor 400mm f/2.8D IF-ED II AF-S Teleconverter TC-14E II AF-S Teleconverter TC-17E II 500mm f/4D IF-ED II 600mm f/4D IF-ED II AF-S Teleconverter TC-20E II N I K O N D I G I TA L S L R SYou want performance. You need consistency. You're searching for the best image quality in the business. You're looking in the right place.
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