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noises from the SB-28 when zooming

danamc

Framingham, US
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Tue 29-Jan-02 11:15 PM

A question for you SB-28 techno-wizards out there:

I've recently upgraded to the SB-28 to go with my F100 and 28-70 AFS. I'm finding that as I change focal lengths on the lens while using the TTL Matrix mode on the flash, the SB-28 makes buzzing sounds as the readout on the display changes from 70 mm to 50mm to 35mm to 28mm.

Obviously the lens is communicating with the flash unit. But what exactly is the SB-28 doing to compensate for the change in focal lengths? Are there moving parts within the flash unit?

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