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New (to me) D700 Overexposing

jrp

San Pedro Garza GarcĂ­a, MX
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Mon 10-Sep-12 05:04 AM | edited Mon 10-Sep-12 05:18 AM by jrp

Check that the camera is not set to bracketing.
It happened to me by accident and I was going nuts until I wore my glasses and noticed the BKT icon in the Control Panel (window atop)

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My Custom Setting e5 was set to Flash Only so it only happened when I shot with a speedlight.
I always had the first shot all washed out.

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