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Too long an exposure in Aperture mode with SPEEDLIGHT 910

thebland

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thebland Silver Member Nikonian since 24th Feb 2013
Tue 26-Nov-13 11:20 AM

Have a new Speedlight 910 and am learning the ropes on it. I have a D600.

For whatever reason, when I shoot in APERTURE priority, I get these very, very long exposures.

For a typical shot indoors with good lighting with Speedlight and Nikon 50mm 1.8 LENS, (TTL setting), Spot metering, F 5.6, ISO 100, I get a exposure time of 4 seconds! Camera is set at 1/250 (Auto FP). When looking at the info on the shot, it says sync mode: flash lightning bolt and 'slow'.

Auto, Shutter priority and Auto all is normal. Love the camera!

What's up or what more info would I need to give you?

Thanks!

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