|Subject:||Miscellaneous questions |
|Date:||9/8/2002 8:50:24 PM|
|Message: || |
Many thanks for answering all of my questions. I’m leaving for Bonaire on Tuesday so I have a couple more to ask:
-On my old Reefmaster they suggested that you use desiccant inside the camera. I note that there doesn’t seem to be any mention about using desiccant on housed cameras. I assume none of you use it?
-If I down-rate my Fuji Press 400 at 200, I assume that I use the exposure chart on my strobe at 200, rather than 400?
-Does exposure compensation affect TTL strobe use? In other words, if I’m shooting in “A” mode and want to underexpose one stop compared to what the camera thinks the correct exposure should be, will this mess up the “correct” TTL flash? I could imagine wanting to darken the background on a fish portrait while I’m in “A” mode rather than switching to full manual.
9/8/2002 8:50:24 PM |
9/9/2002 1:23:37 AM |