Nikon SB-900 Firmware update coming soon

According to a Nikon rep, we should soon see a new firmware update for the SB-900 flash unit. The new firmware is suppose to have a fix for the temperature cut-off problem. This problem was reported on several forums already - basically the thermal cut-off is set too low and the flash can be cut-off when you need it most.


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  • this problem would go away if someone uses right battery type in the flash…

  • thank God, finally they reliaze how suck SB 900 when this temperature ruin your moment.i hope they fix it…i still love my SB800 the most.

  • What a kind battery do you use cameron?maybe will help me.thank

    • dede

      he (cameron) don’t have this flash don’t ask him …

      • haha you dont even know me. my brother have 7 SB-900’s and he uses duracell bronze (or copper) top alkaline AA batteries. never had an overheat problem with it.

        • antispina

          Mr. Spina, people are fed up with your lies already, so keep them for yourself.

  • Willis

    Good call by Nikon on making the flash firmware-upgradeable. If this problem had been present on the SB-800, they would have to have issued a recall. I still think it was a mistake to discontinue the 800. The feature set between the 600 and the 900 is to similar to justify the extra expense IMO.

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