Question about Cameras
When I put it on A+settings and TTL it works. If I try m or av or any other settings it does not work.. What am I doing wrong
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: flash won't fire on p-ttl mode
The AF360 can be in TTL mode until it is mounted on a P-TTL compatible camera and turned on, then it senses the camera and goes to P-TTL. However, sometimes in the past when I got TTL and it should have been PTTL it meant that either the batteries were not connected properly (I know, sounds strange, but check the battery compartment cover to make sure it is seated properly and make sure that the batteries are all in proper position), or that the AF360's contact pins were not all making proper contact with the shoe or extension. Beyond that it could be a faulty flash. You have swapped lenses and cameras with the same result, how about swapping flash? Unfortunately that may be your problem.
Posted on Sep 08, 2005
This one got me too. I assumed it wouldn't need the built-in flash if it was a wireless remote. I still want to know why this is is so. If it needs a pre-flash to set exposure, surely it can pre-flash with the remote SB600?
Posted on Dec 26, 2007
the sync speed for the sb-600 is onlt 1/200 on most cameras i think so if your shutter is faster then that then all you will see is black/ the curtans behind the shutter.
basicly just try again with a slower shutter speed
Posted on May 11, 2010
Not sure what S6 pro is, but if the flash doesn't fire in TTL then the flash is not support the type of TTL in the camera. I had the same problem with Nikon flashes on Nikon bodies. Perhaps you need a newer SCA adapter? Please go on http://www.metz.de/en/photo-electronics/sca-adapter/archive.html to check which adapter you need
Posted on Jul 12, 2010
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