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 Has anyone ever gotten blinded by a camera flash?

Answer You are lucky you were using the little pop-up flash on your camera. Its actually possible to cause permanent eye damage by pointing a flash directly at the eye.If you will read the section in the ... Read More »
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Can a baby been blinded by a camera flash?

Blind him? no! Hurt him? maybe for a short time.(seconds)... Best way to take these type pictures is to bounce the flash off the ceiling or use an add-on reflector which bounces the light toward th... Read More »
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What the Difference between digital camera flash and film camera flash?

Mostly trigger voltage is different.Older film flashes used higher voltages, which if used with newer digital cameras can fry the sensitive circuitry in it.A good practice to follow would be to buy... Read More »
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My sony camera blinks a yellow light at me when I'm trying to use the flash and it doesn't flash.?

Have you searched diligently through the owner's manual for an answer? I suggest starting there.
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Nikon D5000 and Nikon SB600 Flash How do I set up flash to flash without being on camera?

Gohaleg is right except for one minor detail: the SB-600 doesn't have a commander mode. You'll need either an SB-800 or SB-900 as commander. The 600 can only be a remote.If you're close enough, you... Read More »
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