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Well, I would DEFINITELY advice you use something like a Wein Safe Sync to isolate the camera from the flash.

Having said that, a dedicated I-TTL flash like an SB-400 or better SB-600 or SB-900 would be best as it maintains full compatibility and can properly expose a shot especially when full power is not required.

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