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Gopinath

New Delhi, IN
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Gopinath Basic Member
Wed 24-Oct-01 09:30 AM

Can any one figure out what could have gone wrong in this situation? I was shooting with my newly acquired SB 28 on Nikon F70 with a 70-150mm non-AI lens. The Flash was set at TTL for non-AI, camera set at aperture priority and lens at f/8 on 100ASA film. The subject i was shooting was 8 feet away, which is well within the distance gauge shown in the flash's display screen. But, the result was: Complete underexposure. Isnt that in TTL mode the flash should shower sufficient light irrespective of set aperture? Im still unable to figure out what went wrong.

G