Nikon SB-5000 Flashgun

If you're thinking of buying the Nikon SB-5000 Flashgun then you're on the right track. We compare prices from all the leading UK shops to help you determine who offers the best value for money. Have a look at the Nikon SB-5000 Flashgun price comparison table below, as with it's help you'll definitely not throw away your hard earned cash!.

Stockist Delivery Price Discount Total Price Activity
PC World £499.00
£499.00
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Ebuyer      
John Lewis      
Pixmania      
Robert Dyas      
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WEX Photographic      

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Compatible with FX and DX-format D-SLRs, the Nikon SB-5000 Flashgun is a radio-controlled Speedlight that mounts to your Nikon camera's hot shoe, responding quickly and performing reliably for long shoots, on location or in studio. Fast, dependable wireless flash for studio and field photography The flash's advanced wireless lightning system provides radio control from up to 30 m, allowing you to create intricate on- and off-camera setups of up to six groupings of SB-5000 units. You'll be able... [More...]

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