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D100 and Continuous Shooting w flash

fsjackson

HOUSTON, US
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fsjackson Registered since 28th Dec 2002
Sat 28-Dec-02 09:34 PM

I'm a new D100 user (previously N90S w/ SB26 flash). I'm looking to buy a SB80DX speedlight. If I also buy an SK-6 power bracket, will that solve the problem of taking pictures in the continuous mode using a flash? I came across an "opinion" from a user who wrote the following, ".....this note is about the D100, the SB-80 flash, the SK6 power bracket, and IBM microdrive, and low light. With D100 set to "fine" I was able to continuously shoot with the D100. No buffer write delays. No flash cycle time delays. It was just like using a film SLR with a high powered flash......". Now I can understand about the "no flash cycle time delays", but the "no buffer write delays" I don't understand. I guess my question is: "Is there any way I can take picture continuously using a flash?"

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                              Reply message A few more questions Darrell
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