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jadiniz

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"RE: using sc17 chord"

jadiniz Registered since 26th Dec 2010
Fri 16-Nov-12 08:15 AM

Two ways to go about this:

1. Old style - set your SB-600 to SU-4 remote mode, and it will fire whenever it sees the SB-700 going off.

2. AWLS style 1 - set the SB-700 to Commander and the SB-600 to Remote. The corded flash does not really know it it's corded or plugged straight into the camera's hot shoe.

3. AWLS style 2 - if your camera's built-in flash has Commander capabilities, ditch the cord, set it up, and assign SB-700 and SB-600 to remote roles on Group A and B, respectively. If you don't want the built-in to contribute to the exposure, dial it's power to "--", and better yet, get the Nikon IR pannel to cover it.

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