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04-12-2013, 03:30 PM   #1
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Nikon SB-28's (1 SOLD)

two Nikon SB-28 Flashes.

Excellent for off camera work. Used and in good shape. I used the as off camera lights on stands. Manual power setting down to 1/64 power

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The new SB-28 AF Speedlight can be used with any Nikon SLR camera to open new avenues of expression in flash photography
The SB-28 is considerably smaller and lighter than previous Speedlights, weighing only 11.8 ounces, with dimensions of 2.7" x 5" x 3.6"
But the compact new Speedlight packs a punch with a GN of 118 at 35mm (feet)
Continuing Nikon's tradition of offering superior features and performance in its family of Speed lights
It has with its previous SB-26, SB-25 and SB-24 models

Can buy both or individual for $50 each.

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They are excellent flashes. It can be used on Pentax and Canon in A mode as well. I have the SB28DX which is even smarter on saving energy. . I love to use them.

I believe this will make the buyer very happy!
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QuoteOriginally posted by benhai Quote
They are excellent flashes. It can be used on Pentax and Canon in A mode as well. I have the SB28DX which is even smarter on saving energy. . I love to use them.

I believe this will make the buyer very happy!
Hi, would you be able to explain what you mean regarding using it in A mode?

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Sb-28 has TTL, Manual and A mode. When you set it in A mode, you set the aperture and then set your camera with the same aperture and same ISO as your flash. I think that's all you need to do. You can manually adjust ISO or aperture to compensate just like with a manual film camera.
 

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