SB800 on a DX body (D7000)

Started Feb 17, 2013 | Discussions thread
Opfoto Regular Member • Posts: 173
Re: SB800 on a DX body (D7000)

bravozulu wrote:

If you are shooting with a DX camera and have the flash head positioned forward, the actual FOV of the lens is about 150% greater. On the SB 800, that compensation factor is automatic once you set the the strobe to DX mode. And for straight-on flash, that packs all the light into an area the lens sees, rather than wasting it. It is a significant difference.

Can you elaborate on setting the SB800 to Dx Mode?



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