Archived posting to the Leica Users Group, 2002/03/31

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Subject: Re: [Leica] reduce flash
From: "G. Michael Paine" <>
Date: Sun, 31 Mar 2002 13:50:01 -0800
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>On 31-03-2002 18:32 G. Michael Paine wrote:
>>  I have for the first time used my SF200 with my 28mm. Even with the
>>  cover there was too much light with the result of washed out color.
>>  Has anyone a method of reducing even more the light output?
>Hi Michael,
>I don't understand this very well. Are you using an R8? If so, put it on P
>mode, lens on max f-stop number and shutter speed ring on 30/P. SF20 on TTL
>and that should assure you perfectly exposed pictures in most cases. Unless,
>of course, your image contains lots of dark parts which will lead to
>overexposure (or underexposure in case of many bright spots), since the
>flashmeter works centerweighted, and regrettably not zone/matrix.

Sorry I did not say. Usining M6 TTL.

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