- Jan 30, 2005
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I'm still working on buying my first flash. My plan is multiple flash units down the road for some real fun with lighting, but right now thats out of the budget.Man-Fai Wong said:
You can use the internal flash to do that.fks said:nikon needs a remote flash trigger that isn't a flash unit, similar to what canon has. i'd like to be able to use my sb-800's off-camera without having to buy another flash to set them off.
Panos, Since the D100 had dTTL instead of iTTL, you need to do remote in manual mode (unless someone can show me how to do it in auto mode.) If you don't want the built-in flash to affect the picture, you can put a piece of IR filter (either use the gelatin, or a piece of the IR plastic from a TV remote) over the internal flash, then it's flash will be invisible.Panos Kazanelis said:
FYIfks said:hi frank-
i know the d70 (and probably d50) can do that in commander mode, but unfortunately i have a d2h spending $600 on two sb-800's was painful enough, another $200 would be too much. besides, i have to save up for a d2x :wink: