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PostPosted: Mon Sep 01, 2008 6:15 pm 
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Hello everyone,

So whilst I was digging in closets, packing my stuff up to move off to college, I came across my Dad's old SB-24! I'm pretty excited, now I can do some more studio work, still life, etc... But I dont have a clue on how to work this thing.

Any tips, pointers, techniques, pretty much anything to help me use this flash unit effectively?

Eric D.

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The SB-24 is still a good strobe. Take a look at the Strobist website. You could easily write a book or two over how to use flash light effectively. I plan to add some technical segments on using strobes to my blog over time. Have fun with your new addition.

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