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MattF Silver Member Nikonian since 29th Dec 2012Fri 18-Jan-13 08:52 PM
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#1. "RE: Nikon SB-28 with SB-910"
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After checking out the search function on here, I might have found my answer.

It sounds like I can use the SB-28 on-cable with the hot shoes, and use the SB-910 in SU-4 mode, making the SB-910 slave to the SB-28. (ie it will fire whenever it sees the flash from the SB-28)

Is this correct? I'm at work so i can't test it out.

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