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Shoe moung of sb 28

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How did you fix and where do you get the shoe mount speratly. Could you please give me enhough details about that. I am looking for a shoe moutn for my SB 28, which broken. So please do let me know, that would be great.

Thanks in advance.

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  • relleg Mar 07, 2009

    My shoe mounting for the Nikon SB-28 is cracked. I have the "shoe base plate" replacement part, but need assistance on how to attach (solder) the ribbon containing 5 wires to the circuit board. Is there perhaps something I'm overlooking to make this easier?

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