How do I use a SB-28 Flash with my Nikon D60 I don't think I can use TTL mode.?

Answer It will have to be manual mode, or auto mode if the 28 has it. The flash is designed for the older Nikon D-TTL flash system, so it will not work as a TTL flash with your i-TTL D-60 that way. I used... Read More »

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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 »

Do you really need to shoot in .NEF mode for good pictures with a Nikon D200?

On One Hand: Higher QualityNEF mode uses a much larger file format (RAW), similar to a negative in film photography, that is a lossless file format, meaning the data does not get compressed, so non... Read More »

Can i use an Olympus flash with a Nikon D90?

According to Nikon, the D90 should be used only with compatible Nikon flashes. There are some third-party companies that advertise adapters that will allow you to use virtually any flash with your ... Read More »

Can you use a nikon d60 flash in combination with a sb600?

You take out the battery, then put it back in....the lens will still be out but press the power button ( this turn on the camera again) then you press it again to turn it off