Why do Nikon SB flashes set to TTL automatically turn to TTL FP?
edited October 2016 in V6 II Problems
When using Cactus V6 II, I have noted that all my Nikon SB flashes, set to TTL before turning the Cactus V6 II receiver on, turn to TTL FP as soon as I take the first photo, and the ISO get changed to 50.
Is this a normal procedure? If it is not, how to avoid it?
Thanks for your advise.
ISO 50 is an artibury value we put it in.
It's meaningless when you use it off-camera as it does not affect the power output.
TTL FP, we set it so that it can be ready for high-speed sync /focal plane at any moment.
Just shout if you have any other questions.