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turn camera on keep the lens cap on and push the button on the side of the camera with the image of a lightening bolt at the same time help the flash door up if that doesnt work go to menu then custom setting then go to braketing/ flash toggle right and turn on builtin flash
Ric DonatoSorry to hear that with fresh batteries it will not turn on. If it used to turn on, then now there is something wrong with the flash. Other than using different batteries, making sure they are in the correct order, and still it does not flash it will need to go to Nikon repair. Yes, I would not want to hear that answer, but that may be the only solution.
Basically, you put batteries into the flash, put it into the flash mount on the top of the camera, turn everything on, select a flash mode, and start shooting. The flash comes with a detailed manual describing its operation. There is a section in the camera manual describing the various flash modes. The SB-700 is fully compatible with the Nikon iCLS system, which includes the D3100.
Since you asked a general question, I can only give you a general answer. If you have any specific questions, please feel free to ask them.
1. Make sure the Nikon SC-29's Red Panel's Lock Switch is set to the Left. Pointing at Left Black Screw. 2. Connect the Nikon SC-29's (Red Panel) to your camera's Hotshoe by pushing it as far as it goes. 3. Turn Lock Switch to the Right (turn CW). This locks down to camera. 4. Make sure Nikon SC-29 (other ends) AF-ILL is set to OFF. 5. Make sure your Nikon SB-800's Lock Switch is set to the left side. 6. Attach your Nikon SB-800 into this Hotshoe. 7. Switch the Lock Switch on flash to the right. 8. When you wants to AF from flash, set AF-ILL to "OFF" 9. For the best results, set AF-ILL to "ON".
I teaches, do repairs, services and modifications on all photographic equipments.
I hope they are helpful to you as well as for any Nikon Photographers using the Nikon SC-29 Cable.
Mine has Autofocus, ITTL, Slave and Wireless Radio Remote Flash.
ok. there is a button on the side of the lens.
it has an eyeball and a bolt of lightning, press that button and look in the top right corner of the screen. keep on pressing this button until you see; a lightning bolt with a circle with a line threw it. then "click". if that doesn't work switch your camera to manual and try this again.