Hi, i have recently dropped my nikon d90 on the rocks whilst getting some night shots of the ocean which broke my internal flash, about a week later my sb700 got submergerd in saltwater. Im just wondering if there are any cheapo flashes that are worth buying because a cheap flash is better than no flash and i seem too be breaking all my good camera gear.
James, I guess it depends on your definition of cheap, and the type of features you expect from a cheap flash. I have recently started reading about the use of speedlights off camera, and find that you can get a lot for your money if you want to learn how to use these types of flashes in a manual mode.
Look for Yongnuo, Bower, Neewer at Amazon or Ebay. I recently purchased a Yongnuo 560.. and now I have 2 more on order.
Sorry about your broken equipment! But I came here today looking for this exact info! I have a Nikon D5000 with a kit telephoto lens. I would like to purchase a flash a macro lens in the near future. Can anyone recommend a good compatible flash and macro lens that won't break the bank? I saw Vivitar makes compatable flashes and lenses as well. Anyone have any experience with them. They've been around a long time
Thanks for any info you can give me!
I just recently order'ed
if it gets here soon ill let you no how it goes. It was only $75 and has many features and was about $300 cheaper than the nikon
I also reccoment getting macro tubes i have had fun and got some geat shots with mine and they are around the $80 mark
Hey James do you still have the SB700 that went for a surf? If so I would like to buy it from you. Mine has a fractured housing and I could use the parts from yours to fix it.