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Forums Lobby MASTER YOUR TOOLS Nikon Speedlights & Lighting topic #252
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adphoto   Durham, UK  Basic Member Sun 19-Aug-01 10:41 PM
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"SB28 fill in flash?"



In the past I mainly use medium format cameras with Metz 45CL4 for wedding work. For indoor and outdoor work I prefer to underexpose my flash output by 2 stops, ie. lens set at f8 my flash at f4. I'm using f90x with an SB28 with automatic balanced fill. I would prefer to have control, is this possible with my newly purchased Nikon equipment?

  

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jrp Administrator JRP is one of the co-founders, has in-depth knowledge in various areas. Awarded for his contributions for the Resources   San Pedro Garza García, MX  Charter Member Mon 20-Aug-01 12:21 AM
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Of course you can, with the compensation feature on the flash.
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