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does the D40 have a defective light meter?

Rick_Smith

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Rick_Smith Registered since 08th Jan 2011
Fri 14-Jan-11 06:23 PM

I read on Ken Rockwell's site that the D40 has a defective meter, and should leave the exposure compensation to -0.7. I wanted to see what the general thoughts were on this.

Is this something everyone agrees with you? Should I do this? I take 95% of my pictures indoors.

Also, when using a flash (like the sb-600) would I still want to do this?

Thanks.

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