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July 9, 2013

A Study on Camera Compensation when using Flash in TTL Mode

The SB-800 Flash Instruction Manual (as all the manuals for iTTL capable Nikon speedlights) says that when using the flash in5TTLFlash.jpg TTL mode, adjusting Camera Compensation will lighten or darken the entire image, which means it must increase or decrease flash power.

So, let's find out for certain, what takes place and examine through various conditions that we'd all use in our photography!
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Posted by Ronny89 at July 9, 2013 11:17 AM