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    Quote Originally Posted by Sirius Glass View Post
    With the SB600, SB800 or SB900, there is no reason to buy a flash meter. Better to spend the money on film.
    Wrong on the SB900 it is NOT compatible with older TTL. The only film camera it will work TTL style with is the F6. Nikon abandon all us older film camera users. The SB600 or SB800 are your best bet, or you could look thrid party.

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    a) why use sync cord? use a cheap wireless remote for off-camera is better IMHO
    b) for some poster suggesting TTL, may I suggest that using a flash meter is a must outside; unlike digital, you are not sure and cannot adjust based on histogram/LCD. Have a lot of case seeing the result of TTL (2xSB600 and 1 x SB800) is not good enough. The flash meter measure both the overall light and the flash light. It helps quite a bit. The comment is right that this kind of measure is only for those subject that can use incidence light.

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    SB-28, SB-26
    Cheap and powerful.

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