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Nikon SB28 Speedlight
I've always found the Nikon flash system to be very fast to operate and extremely accurate in output. This was crital
because I was using 35mm film cameras in situations where a second shot wasn't an option. I never opted to take
advantage of pre-checks in controlled situations using large or medium format film cameras and  doing a polaroid first
to check exposure and output. Sure it was risky, but I never had any issues.
Nikon SB28 has the following features

3D Multi-Sensor Balanced Fill-Flash with Monitor Pre-flashes (with Nikon F5, F100, F80 series, F90(x), F70 or other later capable Nikon AF SLR bodies and D-type AF Nikkor)
Multi-Sensor Balanced Fill-Flash with Monitor Pre-flashes (with F5, F100, F80 series, F90(x), F70 or other later capable Nikon AF SLR bodies and CPU lense* except D-type AF Nikkor and
iX-Nikkor)
Matrix Balanced Fill-Flash (with F4-series, F-601 or PRONEA 600i and/or other capable Nikon AF SLR bodies F50 and CPU lens**)
Red-Eye Reduction (with F 90(x), F70 or PRONEA 600i and /or other capable Nikon AF SLR bodies)
Slow Sync: (with F5, F90(x), F70, F-601 or PRONEA 600i and /or other capable Nikon AF SLR bodies)
AF-Assist Illuminator (with any Nikon AF SLRs)
Repeating Flash
Auto Zoom Heads in accordance to focal length with appropriate AF Nikkor lenses
TTL/Manual flash output level compensation
Automatic power zoom coverage from 24mm to 50mm (with F5, F100, F80 series, F4-series, F90(x), F70 or PRONEA 600i and CPU lense)
Built-in bounce card
Built-in wide flash adapter to cover 18mm
Tilting/rotating flash head
FP High Speed Sync with my F5
All photo's were taken with film
cameras and the SB28 Speedlight
By using a speedlight
outdoors, you create a
catch light in the subjects
eye(s). Here's an
example with this
Canadian Goose to the
left. The crop to the right
shows the catch light.