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    Hi guys...
    is there any flash diffuser for Nikon D70s built-in flash?
    when i take pics with flash, the flash might be too strong on the subject.....
    any way to smoothen it out?
    thanks!

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    Default Re: Flash too strong....

    Use tissue paper to cover. one piece not enough use two pieces.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lurzsan_07
    Hi guys...
    is there any flash diffuser for Nikon D70s built-in flash?
    when i take pics with flash, the flash might be too strong on the subject.....
    any way to smoothen it out?
    thanks!
    Tea bag may help you.

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    Tissue paper will do the trick.
    I tried that out while holidaying in Hong Kong.
    Natural light too dim. Built in flash too strong. So I used a tissue to difuse the flash.
    And it works!

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    Default Re: Flash too strong....

    how abt this ??....cost ard $40....

    http://www.lumiquest.com/softscreen.htm

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    Default Re: Flash too strong....

    Quote Originally Posted by Lurzsan_07
    Hi guys...
    is there any flash diffuser for Nikon D70s built-in flash?
    when i take pics with flash, the flash might be too strong on the subject.....
    any way to smoothen it out?
    thanks!
    turn down the power of the flash...

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    Default Re: Flash too strong....

    Cheap way... dial in -0.7 to -1.0...

    tissue paper.. (which I have suggested to my GF before when she was trying macro with a Canon ixus zoom) does help a lot...
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    It is possible to make a food continer attach on to the pop-up flash. I have done that to my 300v before and tested it on a canon 300D



    Its almost the same as tissue but its more convient. That lost about 0.5-1 stop of light.
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    Quote Originally Posted by scandisk
    how abt this ??....cost ard $40....

    http://www.lumiquest.com/softscreen.htm

    I bought this from CP. Works very well for the built in flash
    It's no Omnibounce, but it makes the built-in flash a lot more useable

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    Quote Originally Posted by raptor84
    It is possible to make a food continer attach on to the pop-up flash. I have done that to my 300v before and tested it on a canon 300D

    http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v4...shdiffuser.jpg

    Its almost the same as tissue but its more convient. That lost about 0.5-1 stop of light.
    Looks kind of like a LightSphere.

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