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guangzhou


Aug 2, 2009, 6:11 PM
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I was playing with my D90 and SB-800 in remote mode when I noticed a problem.

When I try to shoot with my pop-up flash, also the flash commander, I have to hold the shutter button down for almost 4 seconds.


Anyone had this problem? Solution?

Working on some fill-flash climbing images in Indonesia.


slapnuts


Aug 3, 2009, 11:01 AM
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What glass are you using? How is the lighting, is it low light? I'm not too familiar with CLS yet but it sounds like your camera may be focus hunting due to low light.


guangzhou


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Problem solved.


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Good deal. Lets see the pictures when your done.


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i'LL POST A LINK TO THE IMAGES WHEN i GET THEM LIVE. fOR, i AM GETTING MY CLASSROOM READY FOR NEW YEAR OF TEACHING middle school math,. Also trying to organize a climbing trip to Chiang Mai in September, a big wall trip in November, and trying to decide where to climb for my three week break at Christmas.

Cheers
Eman


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