Nikon Sb-R200 or Sb-900

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  1. windcoastphotography

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    Hey all,
    I am trying to make a decision on what my next nikon flash will be. I am thinking of getting a single sb-r200 and just use it either by hand for tricky lighting, portraits, and of coarse macro. Or to get another sb-600 (I have a sb-600 and 2 sb-900). Has anyone used the sb-r200 handheld before? If so, is it a useful tool?
     
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    Be sure to carefully check the power output on the Sb-R200. ( What distance you get)
    They are ok for macro but to have good lighting 2 or more are required.
    The R1C1 kit comes with 2 units and I feel it is not enough, I ordered a third unit and will get a fourth soon.
     
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    Okay thanks for the input, after trying the sbr200 out I figure a standard speedlight may be the best option.
     

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