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kENTEX Basic MemberSun 09-Dec-01 12:10 PM
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"sb-50dx bounce flash"



          

the instuction manual says that bounce flash works only in the (A)aperture priority or manual (M) mode. is this true? i'm using a n65

  

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mythrenegade Basic MemberMon 10-Dec-01 03:10 AM
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I don't think so. I've taken several pictures using shutter priority to get 1/125th of a second using the bounce flash. I never noticed that in the manual, and the pictures turned out fine. Your mileage may vary i guess...

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