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About Nikon SK-7

The camera bracket for the SU-4 enables you to attach a TTL Speedlight off camera, next to a Nikon D-SLR.

By connecting the TTL Speedlight unit and D-SLR's accessory shoe with the TTL Remote Cord SC-28/29, you can use the Speedlight as a grip-type flash..

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Nikon SK-7 Reviews

Reviewed by 4 customers

 
4.0

Lightweight and useful

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from Dallas, TX  -  Photo Enthusiast

This is a lightweight way to get the flash to the left side of the camera, and you can carry the rig with one hand. A stronger and longer unit would work better for my needs, and the plastic wheels molded onto the attachment screws may or may not last -- I'll see. Still a great value and useful to get rid of red eye while adding almost no weight to the camera bag.

(4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Multiple use-tasking accessory

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from San Jose, CA

I purchased this bracket over thirty years ago for use with the Nikon bellows. I still use it for that purpose as well as for off camera flash. The bracket is big enough to mount two cameras. I mount two cameras, one loaded with B&W and one loaded with color film, you only need one tripod. Now I use it for a Nikon FE3 and D90. The bracket is rather large and heavy but very secure.

 
5.0

Perfect bracket

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from Atlanta, GA  -  Photo Enthusiast

Perfect for getting the flash off the top of the csmera & avoiding the dreaded red eye.

 
4.0

Better pics by keeping flash off camera

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from Sherman Oaks, CA  -  Photo Enthusiast

Bracket is durable and works great to keep flash off camera. Provides better lighting by creating and filling in shadows. Helps reduce red-eye and softens light by directing at an angle.

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