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    get a TTL sync cord, (like an SC-17 cord that linked yout SB speedlights and your Nik

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    I saw master Ted got one...

    it is an interesting gadget...a TTL sync cord, (like an SC-17 cord that linked yout SB speedlights and your Nikon camera)

    where can i get it n how much will it cost....?

    oso, will it work on my sb600?


    pls... those who can answer the questions... tell me the answers...
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    Re: get a TTL sync cord, (like an SC-17 cord that linked yout SB speedlights and your Nik

    if we can do wireless .why do we need cord?
    me just asking here

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    Re: get a TTL sync cord, (like an SC-17 cord that linked yout SB speedlights and your Nik

    Quote Originally Posted by mdshah76
    if we can do wireless .why do we need cord?
    me just asking here
    true... but sometimes... infrared sensor is quite naughty ... n u must make them facing the camera in order to be effective...
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    Re: get a TTL sync cord, (like an SC-17 cord that linked yout SB speedlights and your Nik

    The new Nikon TTL sync cords are the SC-28 and SC29.
    The only difference between the two is that the SC-29 has an added AF-assist LED which stays with the camera body to help with focusing in dark conditions. As for the price and where to get them, someone else will have to answer this. The SC-17 will work perfectly with your i-TTL compatible setup. So if you already have one, there's no real need to switch.

    BTW, the camera or the speedlights dont have to face anywhere in particular to get them working. They can be placed in any orientation as long as they are within range, then they should work.

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    Re: get a TTL sync cord, (like an SC-17 cord that linked yout SB speedlights and your Nik

    Quote Originally Posted by ykgen
    true... but sometimes... infrared sensor is quite naughty ... n u must make them facing the camera in order to be effective...

    me also think the same way before ..
    but then when me saw the cls manual and how they setup and position the SB ..it is impossible to make sure this thing happen ie facing the camera.

    check your sbx00 manual especially on the CLS book.

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    Re: get a TTL sync cord, (like an SC-17 cord that linked yout SB speedlights and your Nik

    Even if in the odd chance that the receiver does not pick up the IR signal, you can always face it the way it works and rotate the flash head to wherever you want it to be fired. No problemo.

    And yes, both SC-29 and SC-28 will work with your SB600. Even the SC-17 will work perfectly too.

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    Re: get a TTL sync cord, (like an SC-17 cord that linked yout SB speedlights and your

    SC-28...got mine for rm230.00...works with my sb-600...
    ...SC-29 also works as an external AF-assist illuminator
    Comfortably numb...

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    Re: get a TTL sync cord, (like an SC-17 cord that linked yout SB speedlights and your Nik

    Quote Originally Posted by mdshah76
    if we can do wireless .why do we need cord?
    me just asking here
    Because not every camera has a built-in flash that can act as a commander.

    Besides, if you have a built-in flash that can act as a commander, you sometimes do not want the lighting from the built-in flash to contribute to the overall exposure. Hence the need for the TTL cord.

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    Re: get a TTL sync cord, (like an SC-17 cord that linked yout SB speedlights and your

    Quote Originally Posted by red406
    SC-28...got mine for rm230.00...works with my sb-600...
    ...SC-29 also works as an external AF-assist illuminator
    Thanks for the SC-28 info. Did you enquire how much the SC-29 cable cost?

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    Re: get a TTL sync cord, (like an SC-17 cord that linked yout SB speedlights and your

    Quote Originally Posted by Initiald
    Thanks for the SC-28 info. Did you enquire how much the SC-29 cable cost?
    ..add another rm100.00, or thereabouts...
    Comfortably numb...

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    Re: get a TTL sync cord, (like an SC-17 cord that linked yout SB speedlights and your Nik

    very informative... but what's the difference between sc28 n sc29?
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    Re: get a TTL sync cord, (like an SC-17 cord that linked yout SB speedlights and your Nik

    Quote Originally Posted by ykgen
    very informative... but what's the difference between sc28 n sc29?
    Read mikench's first reply to this thread.

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    Re: get a TTL sync cord, (like an SC-17 cord that linked yout SB speedlights and your Nik

    I am honoured that my humble little nick gets a mention here in this thread...

    I am not worthy....
    Behind The Scene by ted adnan ...

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    Re: get a TTL sync cord, (like an SC-17 cord that linked yout SB speedlights and your Nik

    Quote Originally Posted by ted
    I am honoured that my humble little nick gets a mention here in this thread...

    I am not worthy....

    master ted, actually there are many dying to learn from u hahah
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    Re: get a TTL sync cord, (like an SC-17 cord that linked yout SB speedlights and your Nik

    Quote Originally Posted by Initiald
    Because not every camera has a built-in flash that can act as a commander.

    Besides, if you have a built-in flash that can act as a commander, you sometimes do not want the lighting from the built-in flash to contribute to the overall exposure. Hence the need for the TTL cord.

    but the thread starter is using d70 (check his signature)
    ..that's why i'm asking that question ...

    + i think light coming from build-in flash is too minimal to give any impact to object when we set to C mode ...

    me not good also ..that's why me join this weekend CLS class.

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    Re: get a TTL sync cord, (like an SC-17 cord that linked yout SB speedlights and your Nik

    Quote Originally Posted by mdshah76

    + i think light coming from build-in flash is too minimal to give any impact to object when we set to C mode ...

    true true...
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    Re: get a TTL sync cord, (like an SC-17 cord that linked yout SB speedlights and your Nik

    Such a letdown when people dont appreciate help dished out to them on a silver platter....

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    Re: get a TTL sync cord, (like an SC-17 cord that linked yout SB speedlights and your

    Quote Originally Posted by ykgen
    I saw master Ted got one...

    it is an interesting gadget...a TTL sync cord, (like an SC-17 cord that linked yout SB speedlights and your Nikon camera)

    where can i get it n how much will it cost....?

    oso, will it work on my sb600?


    pls... those who can answer the questions... tell me the answers...
    i think tsechien got sc-17 to let go off.... why not u ctc. him...

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    Re: get a TTL sync cord, (like an SC-17 cord that linked yout SB speedlights and your

    Quote Originally Posted by palie
    i think tsechien got sc-17 to let go off.... why not u ctc. him...
    Already sold off hehehe shortly after I sold my SB80DX. Thanks for the thought anyway.

    chien

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    Re: get a TTL sync cord, (like an SC-17 cord that linked yout SB speedlights and your Nik

    Quote Originally Posted by mdshah76
    + i think light coming from build-in flash is too minimal to give any impact to object when we set to C mode ...

    me not good also ..that's why me join this weekend CLS class.
    Depend on what kind of effect you want to shoot.
    Some time i think it is still too harsh, have to use my hand or card to block it.

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