Nikon SB-910 Speedlight

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The Nikon SB-910 Speedlight is Nikon’s update to the very popular SB-900. It has more simplified graphic user interface (GUI) which allows for easy control and navigation, all while providing the same power output. This time around, Nikon included a dedicated Menu button, which means no more complicated button-mashing to set your advanced settings. It has an improved thermal protection system which, rather than shut the flash down when overheated, it slows the recycle time during rapid firing. You have a zoom range of 17-200mm (35mm equivalent) than can be set manually or automatically adjust with your lens. Like the SB-700, there are 3 different light distribution patterns that allow you to make adjustments based on what you’re shooting.

The SB-910 can work as a stand-alone flash, or as part of a wireless group, either in Commander mode or as a slave (remote). The i-TTL system in this flash supports Advanced Wireless Lighting and versatile functions for up to four groups of Speedlights, with 3 remote i-TTL Speedlight groups controlled through the master SB-910. i-TTL Balanced Fill-Flash flash control employs Nikon’s Advanced Data Communication System. This system provides an improved method for the monitor pre-flash and wireless operation that marks an evolution in higher precision—it forms the core of the Creative Lighting System.

There are now hard filters for fluorescent and tungsten lighting, which the flash will automatically change the camera’s white balance to match the filter in use.

Please note that the SB-910 is only fully compatible with DSLR cameras that support i-TTL operation. With older cameras that use the D-TTL mode, only [A] Auto mode (non-TTL) is available.

Tim Ashbrand

Tim's Take

Tim Ashbrand

Technical Support Manager

The SB-910 is Nikon’s speedlight workhorse. It’s the go-to flash for Nikon wedding and event photographers due to its high output and reliability. The fully articulating head enables flash bouncing in both portrait and landscape orientation, and the built-in Nikon CLS commander mode is great for triggering other compatible off-camera Nikon speedlights. If you’re shooting from a far distance, a large event or wedding and need an on-camera flash, the SB-910 is the real deal!

  • SB-910 Flash unit
  • Flash Stand
  • Diffusion Cap
  • 2 Hard Filters (Tungsten and Fluorescent)
  • Manual
  • Case


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