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Flash - Nikon 'Speedlight' SB-25 Object Reg. No: HT 22093 4

Summary:
Nikon Speedlight SB-25 flash that is part of a Nikon FM2 camera assemblage used by commercial photographer Norman Wodetzki in his photographic business in Melbourne.

Norman Wodetzki used the Nikon FM2 camera assemblage mostly for weddings and events, as well as Public Relations work at the University of Melbourne, and to record construction sites around Australia.
Description:
Electronic flash made of moulded black plastic. Red plastic light on front and LCD screen on back. The flash bulb component is mounted of the top of the unit on a swivelling hinge. Operating controls are on back of battery pack. Connectors sit on bottom of this. Flash is in black vinyl bag.
Acquisition Information:
Donation from Mr Norman Wodetzki, 2008
Discipline: Technology
Dimensions: 175 mm (Height), 57 mm (Width)

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Tagged with: photographic equipment, photography, working life
Themes this item is part of: Images & Image Making Collection, Working Life & Trades Collection
Primary Classification: PHOTOGRAPHY
Secondary Classification: Image Making Equipment
Tertiary Classification: camera accessories
Inscriptions: Front, battery pack, white: "Nikon Speedlight SB-25"

Front, battery pack, black "Nikon"

Back, battery pack:"(white) REAR, (black) NORMAL, A, M, [3 LIGHTNING BOLT SYMBOLS], TTL"

Back, battery pack, (Operating control buttons) : "ZOOM, [ARROW UP SYMBOL], [ARROW DOWN SYMBOL], SEL, M, [LIGHT BULB SYMBOL] / [RED PLASTIC LIGHT WITH SYMBOL FOR LIGHTNING BOLTS] OFF, ON , STBY / [SYMBOL FOR ARROW POINTING LEFT] LOCK"

Bottom, battery pack: "MADE IN JAPAN"
Model Name/Number: Speedlight SB-25
Manufacturer: Nikon, Japan, 1975-1985
User: Mr Norman Wodetzki, North Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, 1975-2007

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