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    Nikon flash output and focus points

    I was asked about this recently and did a blog with some tests proving that the flash output can change in certain situations when the focus point is moved :smile:




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    Hmmm, that is a significant difference. Might have a bit of a play myself.

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    i can vouch for this happening with Nikon, absolutely true. will post examples tomorrow
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lani View Post
    Hmmm, that is a significant difference. Might have a bit of a play myself.
    Quote Originally Posted by zollo View Post
    i can vouch for this happening with Nikon, absolutely true. will post examples tomorrow
    There will be a difference almost always with TTL-BL when the actual focus distance changes which is normal . This particular setting is an isolated incident with regard to the meter leaving the centre and moving to under-exposure simply because of a move in focus points .

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