Tilting/rotating flash head, Tilting/rotating fiash head, Controls in detail —continued – Nikon SPEEDLIGHT SB-16 User Manual
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CONTROLS IN DETAIL —continued-
Tilting/Rotating Flash Head ®
For truly creative bounce flash photography, the SB-16
has two flash heads.
The main head tilts back 90° with click-stops at the 30°,
45°, 60°, 75° and 90° positions. It also rotates through
an arc or 270°, 90° clockwise with click stops at 30°,
60° and 90° positions, and 180° counterclockwise with
click-stops at 30°, 60°, 90°, 120°, 150° and 180° posi
tions. To rotate it, push the flash head locking lever (g) up
as you move the flash head until it clicks into place.
1) In the MD mode, only the main head tires.
2) A special red LED is built into one end of the flashtube to ensure stable
light output. If you release the camera's shutter or push the open-flash
button before the SB-16 is fuily recycied, the LED might tight up— this
not a malfunction.