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TTL…a.k.a. “Ninja Flash”

TTL, or “through the lens metering”, is a method that is used by modern DSLR cameras to control both onboard and external flash units and create a correct exposure.  It uses a pre-flash to allow the camera to meter the scene, then generates the main or exposure flash to actually expose the image. The pre-flash happens so fast, that its invisible to both photographer and subject, but it is what determines the exposure.
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UNDFIND Camera Bags

Bags and accessories should be an extension of our personalities just like an article of clothing. We make designer camera bags and laptop accessories for photographers and creative professionals which you define in look and function. We are UNDFIND, and we want you to define yourself.
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