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    Default what mode/setting should I use for indoor using flash ?

    Hi all ,

    for group shots indoor events with flash , what setting is best to use A/P/S/M ?

    I dont want to increase ISO high . i understand flash range increases if ISO increases. I tired using A mode and i have to increase ISO to get steady shutter above 1/10.

    i also play around with M mode , change ISO , shutter , apature it works better. example , ISO 400 , shutter 1/60 , apature widest but i cant tell what exposure i ll get after flash fired.

    so what is the best practice ? btw using sonyA300+kit len+builtin flash

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    Default Re: what mode/setting should I use for indoor using flash ?

    The fact that you're using the built-in flash means you have limited flash strength. Also, the settings will depend on the room size, ambient lighting, etc.

    why not set your cam to auto, take a test shot, then review what the camera set and use that in M mode?

    Or just stick to auto if you find things too complicated.
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