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SB-910 paired with D600 having trouble with flash sync

mtedelen

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mtedelen Registered since 08th Feb 2013
Fri 08-Feb-13 12:59 AM

I love photography but am definitely an amateur trying to learn my way around.....

I recently purchased a SB-910 to use with my D600. I also purchased a Yonguo wireless flash trigger. Playing around with it today I am having some trouble. I have my D600 set to High speed sync mode (1/250 (auto FP)) in my menu settings and while experimenting with some low key style lighting I am getting major banding (don't know if i'm using the right term) across the lower half to lower third of the frame, its just all black. Only happens at 1/200 and 1/250 and above. Anything less then that and the exposure is fine.

In case it matters I am just using the flash by itself and set it on the table with the flash stand.

If I use the flash in optical slave mode and trigger it off camera with my pop up camera flash then everything works fine? Shutter speeds higher then 1/200th of a second don't give the exposure any banding?

Needless to say I am thoroughly confused. Don't know if I'm off on my camera/flash settings maybe? I would love to know what I am doing wrong. Thanks in advance!!

Matt

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