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comment Nikon D5100 - completely white image
The "camera became unresponsive for a few seconds" bit forces me to think that shutter was open for that duration. Either you unintentionally bumped some setting or some problem with camera metering forced it into a long exposure. Can you provide exif from the washed out image?
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comment Can Nikon flashes display flash power used right after a shot was taken?
-1. I dont think sb600 can do it. But if above article mentions about this feature then please quote relevant section.
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comment How does TTL flash metering works in film cameras?
Thanks Matt. So in this case, where flash duration is measured realtime, how does rear curtain sync works? Would it be accurate to say that rear curtain is not precisely rear curtain, flash pulse starts at a point of time assuming complete flash duration and can cut off moment before curtain closes?
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