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I dropped my camera now the flash is broken,

I dropped my nikon d60 camera now the flash is broken untill I get it fixed is there an external flash i could use??

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Yes of course, there are a lot of brands that compatible with Nikon D-60 e.g Nikon itself, Metz, Vivitar, Nissin, Yong Nuo, etc.

The flash with iTTL support would be an advantage

iTTL is the feature Nikon has to measure the perfect light produced from the flash from the condition of the object

hope this advice help you with your problem

Posted on Jan 04, 2011

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If it's not CLS-compatible, then you'll have to take it off Auto-TTL. If the flash has a sensor, you can let the flash control itself (assuming it's at the same distance from the subject as the camera). Otherwise you'll have to go manual.

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Third-party vendors also make flash units compatible with the D60.

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