Question about Cameras
The flash did not work perfectly.
No matter you set it to fully manual at your Canon 40D or
to P mode the outcomes were not stable.
the distance was around 2 to 4 meters and the manual setting was
F5.6, 1/60 secs and the ISO was set to auto.
According the shooting record, Canon set the ISO to 400.
- Some with perfect exposures
- Some terribly under exposed
- Some terribyly over exposed.
Can you help please?
Were you indoors? if so, take the ISO of AUTO and out it on 400. Leave the camera set like you had it, Manual 1/60 @ 5.6. Do notuse evaluative metering. Use single spot metering or the smallest center weight setting.
Posted on Jul 17, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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