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Speedlight SB-600 TTL Flash: When I set my SB600 (mounted on D70) to TTL or TTL...

When I set my SB600 (mounted on D70) to ttl or ttl bl mode I get a dark pictures. It is ok when I set it on Manual mode. I do not know if it is the problem with my D70 or SB600.

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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

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