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Why does the SB-600 overexpose when I stop down?

vapour


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vapour Registered since 03rd Nov 2007
Sun 23-Dec-07 04:26 AM

I am using a D70's with a 50mm f1.8 and the Sb-600. The flash was used in wireless mode but I can get the same result on camera. I find that the pictures are over exposed if I up the aperture. The over exposed shot is f5.6 1/50 second ISO 200 with matrix metering. The better exposure is F3.2 1/40 second and ISO 200 with matrix metering. Why does the flash overexpose when I close down the aperture?

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