Question about Vivitar 2800 Flash
Yes, just put the camera in manual mode with shutter speed within x-sync range. Select the aperture based on either the auto flash or guide number (manual flash). The flash can provide auto exposure but excess ambient light will not cause any exposure adjustment by the camera, so just be aware if shooting flash involves going out into daylight, etc.
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