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Once Flash is on, Camera Won't Shoot

I just purchased the Quantaray 900WA external flash for my Nikon D100. I'd love to have purchased a Nikon flash, but am unable to at this time.

However, once I turn the flash on and try to take a picture with it, I am unable to. The fact that I'm not versed on the flash w/camera usage is understood, so I wanted to see if someone could offer some step by step instructions for me to look at doing in order to get it working as it should.

Help, please???

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I believe that the 900WA is an i-ttl flash, but the D-100 is ttl - different system completely.

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