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The car does what it's supposed to, whats the point in keeping a car in good nick if it's got a good chance of being smashed into a wall each time it goes out. Looks like it's being used properly.
Sounds like you want the boy to kick your rear out and burn some rubber in you Malice. Fair enough...
I went for Nikon in the end too, the Canon felt abit plasticy for me. Plus the controls are just in the right place on the Nikons to (IMO anyway). I've just got rid of all my kit right enough to save a bit of money so rolling with Panasonic GF1 and 20mm lens just now.
Looked at this a few times now and it gets pisher every time I see it. Fair enough i'm not in the "VW Scene", but even some of those who are must have alteast some taste and can see how sh*t it is? Or have they all become partially sighted after ripping the bunnett aff it looking at "scene"...
Lovely car mate and it shows you care about what you're doing. Wish you'd posted up about the steering wheel last week as a boy in my work just gave away a Nardi wheel, i'd have been happier seeing it going to you than the wee scrote that got it for his chav wagon haha.
Totally agree, it's not like a house which does usually go up in value once you spend £0000's on it. Fair enough there are certain mods you can do that you know you can pretty much not lose money on if you buy them 2nd hand. People on here will alway buy Speedlines, coilovers etc at the going...
You want me just to write the same thing out again?
There should be a setting on your camera (within the flash settings) which allows you to set the onboard flash to Commander mode. This will send a signal to the SB600 telling it to go off (aslong as the sb600 is set to the slave mode). Simple.
Not sure if it works on the D60, but there should be a setting in the flash menu on the camera so set the flash to commander mode. This will send a signal to the SB600 (when in slave mode), but won't acutally appear in the picture. It's Nikons CLS system.