Nikon SB-28DX on an F65.

Discussion in 'Nikon' started by Cthulhu, Feb 2, 2005.

  1. Cthulhu

    Cthulhu Guest

    I've found an SB-28 and an SB-28DX, bot refurbished and in the same
    shop, but the DX will cost 20 EUR less and also seems to be in a better
    state.

    I've searched a bit with Google, but I've found only threads on the
    cons. of using a plain SB-28 on digital camera, and some information on
    the TTL metering difference between the two models wich get me in confusion.

    So my question is: will an SB-28DX work fine on a F65, maybe an F80,
    especially with care of the TTL metering?

    Will it work even on a D70, in a near future?

    I'm not a pro, so when I get bad photo I need to be shure that it is
    just and only my fault, not the hardware. :)

    Thanks!

    dubbiosamente,
    Cthulhu
     
    Cthulhu, Feb 2, 2005
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    Owamanga Guest

    The DX flashes will work fine on the F80 (or N80) using it's full
    3D-Matrix TTL capability. Can't comment on the '65.
    Not in TTL or iTTL mode, no. You'll still be able to use it as in
    manual mode. The D70 requires an SB-800 or SB-600 for full flash
    functionality. Firmware hacks may change this, but it's unlikely.
     
    Owamanga, Feb 2, 2005
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