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sigwart Silver Member  Courtland, US  Nikonian since 11th Jun 2007 Mon 26-Nov-12 04:35 AM
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In the old days with film, I had no problem freezing action with a flash. Not so with my Nikon 300 and SB900. In a gym with low light, it is not possible to take basketball action pictures with available light and freeze the action. In using flash, I still get some blur. How should I set my camera? manual, aperture or shutter priority? What shutter speed should I use if in manual or shutter priority? Should my flash be on TTL? Thanks for any help, Sigwart

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A general, generic topicflash at basketball game [View all] , sigwart Silver Member, Mon 26-Nov-12 04:35 AM
 
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Reply message RE: flash at basketball game Bob Chadwick Silver Member
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