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    Nikon flash ( good reading for all brands )

    I have been following a series of posts with photos and some clear to understand videos by a fellow in New Zealand who has been experimenting with Nikon flash systems.
    Some of the info is fairly basic but a lot of it is very worthwhile reading / viewing.

    His blog and series is at http://desmonddowns-ttlblflash.blogs...-wireless.html

    Kiwi ( Darren ) won't have any troubles translating the language.
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    Thanks for the link.
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    Des has been posting this subject on Nikon Cafe over the past few months. there has been some very good discussion for those interested in the "Why" of things.
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    and a bag full of gadgets.

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    Hi

    Another good site for info on the Nikon Flash system is here

    http://nikonclspracticalguide.blogspot.com/

    Cheers.
    David

    Nikon D810
    Nikkor AF-S 24-120VR, Nikkor AF-S 16-35VR, Nikkor AF-S 70-300VR, Nikkor AF 50 f1.8
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