Does the D1x / sb28dx have an under exposure problem?
I'm still in the market for the ideal digital SLR. I have read through all the comments on www.dpreview.com from D1x owners and the complaints that came up the most are:
1) CCD dust problem (which I understand exists in all digital SLRs)
2) Under exposure when used with the sb28dx flash
Are there any d1x/sb28dx users out there that would mind sharing their thoughts on the second point? Would be greatly appreciated.
#1. "RE: Does the D1x / sb28dx have an under exposure proble" | In response to Reply # 0danyroth Registered since 25th Mar 2002Fri 24-May-02 06:41 PM
1) CCD Dust- Yes it is a generic problem to Digital SLRs. The frequency of the need to clean the CCD depends on the work habits. I work outdoors, and need seldom to clean the dust. I just take extra care when changing lenses ...
2) I use the SB-28DX almost all the time, as fill flash or contast control. I find no issues with "Under Exposure". Of course since it is TTL but not of the film plane (No film...), it does pose some limitations. Most of the problems people report, have to do with very short Subject to flash distance.
After a learning period, one get's used to overiding Flash settings in such special conditions