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Difference between exposure compensation on flash and on camera.

Discussion in 'General Equipment Chat & Advice' started by charles, May 6, 2000.

  1. charles

    charles Member

    I just bought an SB-28 in Spain, and of course, the manual is in Spanish (expecting a new one from Nikon Spain in Barcelona which has an exceptionally great customer service!). Unfortunately, my Spanish is not that good yet, and I'm particularly wondering about the following:

    In the manual of the SB-28, a distinction is made between:

    a)setting flash exposure compensation on the SB-28 ( /- buttons)

    b)setting flash exposure compensation on the camera (in my case an F-70).

    Can someone tell me what the difference is?

    Thanks, Charles.
  2. charles

    charles Member

    Just received my manual in English, and the answer is: There is no difference whatsoever! What the manual is referring to is flash exposure compensation and "normal" exposure compensation. In Spanish, this got me confused . . .

    Un abrazo,

    <i>Madrid, Spain</i>

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