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Nor Basic MemberMon 03-Dec-01 01:54 PM
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"Omnibounce"


Manila, PH
          

hi!

i just got an omnibounce for my sb28. it says on the instructions that i should never use it in "the normal straight ahead position" unless in TTL mode. does it go for all TTL modes, e.g., TTL-Matrix metering, standard TTL, etc.

what happens if you do use it in the normal straight ahead position?

nor

  

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Johnny Basic MemberMon 03-Dec-01 02:39 PM
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Westampton, US
          

I would think it should be fine in the straight ahead position. I've used mine that way and never had any adverse effects.


Johnny

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