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meerkat Basic MemberMon 20-Aug-01 10:42 PM
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"low cost speedlight seat for SB50"


silly-can valley, US
          

Hello:

I have a SB50 in hand, slave flash ready.
What is the reasonable accessory I can attach
the speedlight to tripod.

I do not need SU-4 as the speedlight has builtin
slave?

As-10 seems more than I need

SC-17 I heard comes with a tripod attachment
but I'm not going to get that expensive cord.
as I was told attaching sc-17 to my N80 will
blocking me using built-in flash (cannot pop up).

Thanks in advance.

meerkat

  

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jrp Administrator JRP is one of the co-founders, has in-depth knowledge in various areas. Awarded for his contributions for the Resources Charter MemberTue 21-Aug-01 02:28 AM
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If you want your SB-50DX to act as slave, trigered by the built-in flash, you can mount the flash anywhere. There are many inexpensive shoes that can be screwed into a minitripod without a need for any connection. Just check if the default settings on the flash need to be changed for your shooting conditions when you turn it on.
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