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ajsphoto Registered since 23rd Jan 2003Sun 22-Jun-03 11:54 AM
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"exposure compensation with SB80dx & F5"



          

What is the best way to use exposure compensation? Adjust it on the flash or on the camera (and the advantages of each). I use the program mode for outside pictures and shutter priority for inside, always with TTL matrix metering.

Thanks in advance,

Allen

  

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grmedhat1 Registered since 24th Mar 2002Sun 22-Jun-03 12:20 PM
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As your refering to flash I assume you mean flash compensation? Whether you adjust it on the camera or flash head there's no difference. Many use 3D balanced fill flash for daylight outdoors rather than standard TTL flash.

Happy Shooting
Garry

Happy Shooting
Garry

  

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