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stevelew47 Basic MemberSun 02-Sep-01 02:46 AM
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"SU-4 Wireless Slave"


Edmonds, US
          

I'm using the SU-4 with two speedlights...SB25 and the SB28. Either one can be used as a master or slave according to the manual. My question is on TTL, does the master speedlight tell the slave flash the correct ISO or does that have to be set manually? Also on TTL I think the ratio of lighting is 1/1 unless you adjust the slave flash to be a stop hotter or less depending on what ratio of lighting you prefer.

Thanks for any information you might have regarding this equipment.

Steve

  

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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 Charter MemberSun 02-Sep-01 03:45 AM
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San Pedro Garza García, MX
          

>I'm using the SU-4 with two speedlights...SB25 and the SB28.
>Either one can be used as a master or slave according
>to the manual.


Yes

>My question is on TTL, does the master speedlight tell
>the slave flash the correct ISO or does that have to be
>set manually?


Manually if other than 100 ISO.

>Also on TTL I think the ratio of lighting is 1/1 unless you
>adjust the slave flash to be a stop hotter or
>less depending on what ratio of lighting you prefer.


Correct again

>Thanks for any information you might
>have regarding this equipment.


You are welcome. Not that much needed, really, as you can see here.

>Steve

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