It looks like Nikon still has not managed to fix the issue with their digital SLRs and TTL flash. I was very disappointed with the results using my SB-28DX flash and my new D100- all were underexposed . Has the problem been corrected with the new SB-80 DX flash? Has anyone has a better experience using TTL flash with the D100?
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#1. "RE: D100 and D-TTL flash" | In response to Reply # 0
#2. "RE: D100 and D-TTL flash" | In response to Reply # 0AlanC Basic MemberMon 29-Jul-02 03:09 PM
I doubt very much its your flash - it's far more likely the D100's D-TTL metering not working as well as it should. Try using the flash in non-TTL 'A' mode: that worked just about perfectly for me with my D1.
I haven't got around to trying my SB-28DX on the D100 yet.
#3. "RE: D100 and D-TTL flash" | In response to Reply # 2BJNicholls Charter MemberMon 29-Jul-02 11:00 PM
From what I've read, the two current D1 models work well in TTL mode when used with a DX model Speedlight. If the underexposure is consistent for all the new D100s, Nikon either has a bug in the programming or they unlearned something recently.