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Old Dec 1, 2005, 2:25 PM   #1
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The D70 Nikon's built in flash uses the camera's white light to assist auto focus in low light. The SB600 flash uses its own red light to assist in low light. When using a flash bracket (Stroboframe Press "T") the red light from the SB600 is misaligned and does not illuminate the focus area while shooting in the Portrait orientation. My question is: When the SB600 is attached, can I disable the SB600's red light and engage the camera's white light to assist with auto focus?

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