Shanny SN600SN is a flagship wireless flash for Nikon

Chinese manufacturer Shanny has released its own $140 answer to the Nikon Speedlight SB-910.

Shanny SN600SN

Shanny, the Chinese flash manufacturer, has announced a new speedlite for Nikon cameras. The Shanny SN600SN is designed as a flagship flashgun to match the Nikon Speedlight SB-910 for nearly all features: manual, TTL, high-speed sync, optical master and slave modes. There is no built-in radio. It is the Nikon equivalent to the Shanny SN600SC we reviewed last year.

Shanny SN600SN

The manufacturer boldly claims that the SN600SN in fact surpasses the Nikon SB-910 in some ways, such as with a higher guide number (60 vs. 54; to be taken with a pinch of salt) and the addition of a pre-flash-suppress (S2) optical slave function.


  • Guide number (GN) of 60 (Iso-100, 200mm)
  • Recycle time of under 3 seconds
  • High-speed sync up to 1/8000 second shutter speeds
  • Backlit LCD control panel
  • Electronic zoom head 20–200mm (with 14mm diffuser panel)
  • Manual power from full to 1/128 in 1/3-stop increments
  • i-TTL with +/- 3EV exposure compensation (in 1/3-stop increments)
  • Stroboscopic/RPT mode: 1–100Hz
  • Full Nikon AWL/CLS master/slave with four channels and three groups
  • PC sync port
  • External battery support
  • S1/S2 optical slave mode

Shanny SN600SN

The Shanny SN600SN is available now on eBay, priced around $136.

David Selby
David is a keen photographer and has been editor of Lighting Rumours since 2010. When not writing about lighting, he works as a data scientist at the University of Manchester, UK.