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New Nikon Speedlight SB-28DX.

Raymond Caprio , Feb 21, 2011; 05:56 p.m.

I was looking for another Nikon Speedlight for my Nikon FM3A and saw a SB-28DX being auctioned on shopgoodwill.com. It came on a clean N80 and a Nikkor 28mm-80mm lens, 1:3.3-5.6. I picked up the whole set-up for $101. The whole kit seems to be in very good condition. So I took the camera and the kit lens out for a test run with some Kodak Ultramax 400 that was onsale at CVS. This is from late Fall before the deluge of snow we have been having this Winter.



Nikon Speedlight SB-28DX with bonus kit.

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Raymond Caprio , Feb 21, 2011; 05:59 p.m.

Saturday in Grover Cleveland Park, Caldwell NJ.

Raymond Caprio , Feb 21, 2011; 06:02 p.m.

Inline pic.


Start of Walk.

Raymond Caprio , Feb 21, 2011; 06:04 p.m.

Fall garden.


Garden with flag pole.

Raymond Caprio , Feb 21, 2011; 06:05 p.m.

Up the path a little further.


2nd building along my Saturday walk in the park.

Raymond Caprio , Feb 21, 2011; 06:08 p.m.

Place name.


Grover Cleveland Park.

Raymond Caprio , Feb 21, 2011; 06:09 p.m.

The upper pathway.


Facing the Sun.

Raymond Caprio , Feb 21, 2011; 06:10 p.m.

Looking up.


Up a tree.

Raymond Caprio , Feb 21, 2011; 06:12 p.m.

Looking back down the upper path.


Looking back.

Raymond Caprio , Feb 21, 2011; 06:21 p.m.

The last shot of the series. The Nikkor 28mm-80mm, 1:3.3-5.6 kit lens pleasantly surprised me. The camera and the lens are both gems. I have not used the SB-28DX yet, but am looking forward to using it. I picked up the MB-16 grip pictured from KEH separately.


Ball field in fall.

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