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"RE: using sc17 chord"

pasknucklehead Silver Member Nikonian since 06th Feb 2008
Mon 19-Nov-12 02:12 PM

Well, here's the thing. I can indeed set the 700 to commander and set off the 600 BUT I need to have the 700 onboard my d90 to do that. And I can also set both of them up in remote mode and fire them using my pop up flash dialed in at -- and choose my settings in the camera with chanel a and b.
But my thing is this, I want both of them off camera, I don't want to use my pop up flash to fire them because as I'm doing my waterdrops, I fire things off quickly, well maybe not quickly, but constantly one after another. Pretty soon, my camera won't work because my pop up flash is getting hot and I have to wait...Well, I don't like waiting so I am trying to get around that. So I want my chord sc 17 to trigger my 700 and that to fire my 600. I'm not figuring out how to accomplish that....

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