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s&s ys-01 settings

Discussion in 'Sea&Sea Society' started by mike jj, Jun 27, 2012.

  1. mike jj

    mike jj owi ScubaBoard Supporter

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    I took a 1 day photo class in Bonaire with a very nice & knowledgeable gentleman, named Tim, at Fisheye Photo. Great class, but I have misplaced (LOST) my notes and can't remember were the flash settings should be pertaining to the different settings on my camera. It's just a point & shoot camera, so it shouldn't be that hard to remember but I don't take it with me all the time so I forget between trips.


    Thank You
    Mike
    PS: if it makes any difference Canon s100, Fix s100 housing, Fisheye Fix 167 wide angle lens, and 2 sea&sea YS-01 strobes.
     
  2. conundrum

    conundrum NAUI Instructor

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    Off -> Manual with Pre-flash -> Manual w/o Pre-flash -> TTL
     
  3. DiveMaven

    DiveMaven Great White

    # of Dives: 500 - 999
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    Just leave your flash on full power, your camera should compensate for it.
     
  4. Interceptor121

    Interceptor121 PADI Pro

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    With camera in Av, Tv set flash to TTL, dial to max
    Camera in manual mode set to No preflash, adjust dial know as required
     

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