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inaccurate reading for studio shots

abcphoto

Mandaluyong, PH
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abcphoto Registered since 29th Sep 2002
Sun 19-Jan-03 04:13 PM

i recently shot solo portraits of office people. naturally. i used my flashmeter to determine the right aperture. at iso 200, the reading was f13. but after a sample shot with my d100, the shot was so dark! extremely underexposed. i used my F5 with the same settings and i got a perfect exposure. has anyone of you experienced this? im baffled!

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