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Old 1st January 2012   #1
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Help with Studio Flash and A77

Okay on Manual how the heck can i get to see the finder in normal light. Obviously I am stopped down to 1/160 at F11 which we all know would underexpose and show up very dark. Now this is with the optional hot show attachment and a Profoto air remote. Now with the pop up flash it worked. So what settings are folks using that I can use the attachment and remote in a normal light of viewing the finder.
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Re: Help with Studio Flash and A77

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Okay on Manual how the heck can i get to see the finder in normal light. Obviously I am stopped down to 1/160 at F11 which we all know would underexpose and show up very dark. Now this is with the optional hot show attachment and a Profoto air remote. Now with the pop up flash it worked. So what settings are folks using that I can use the attachment and remote in a normal light of viewing the finder.
Menu->Live View Display -> Setting Effect OFF

This should give you Live view decoupled from settings.

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