When using the flash off-camera with a dedicated sync cord: 5 Aim the flash directly at the subject. Aiming the flash incorrectly can cause over- or under-exposure. 6 Be careful not to cover the sensor on the Speedlight. This can produce unexpected results. Refer to the DCS 600 Series User’s Manual (included on the documentation CD), or the SB-28 instruction manual (included with your Speedlight). EASTMAN KODAK COMPANY Rochester, New York 14650 © Eastman Kodak Company, 2000 Kodak and Kodak Professional are trademarks. Printed in U.S.A. P/N 4E1562 5/00 NIKON Autofocus SB-28D and SB-28DX Speedlight Using with your KODAK PROFESSIONAL DCS 600 Series Camera General guidelines for using the SB-28D/SB-28DX Speedlight with your DCS 600 Series camera: 1 Use the Sub-Command dial, not the lens aperture ring, to set aperture. TTL auto flash is NOT recommended. 3 The automatic exposure control range of the SB-28DX Speedlight is partially determined by the selected ISO speed on the camera. Closer subjects may require lower ISO settings. The following table specifies the widest aperture recommended for each camera’s minimum ISO: Minimum Maximum ISO Aperture Using the Sub-Command dial assures that the Speedlight receives the lens aperture setting. 2 Set Flash mode to Auto Aperture. A ISO 0.6 0.8 1 1.5 2 3 4 6 9 13 18 m STBY ZOOM mm ZOOM MODE SEL FLASH ON / OFF DCS 620X 400 f4 DCS 620 200 f2.8 DCS 660 80 f2.8 4 For the lens focal length and aperture in use, make sure your subject is within the distance indicated on the Speedlight’s LCD panel.