I was so happy with the fast turnaround time that I got the folks at Nikon two dozen Krispy Kremme doughnuts, fresh made yesterday morning ;) I picked up all my equipment back and everything works as it should, no under exposures, and if there were any, it was user error, not hardware related :) Wow, I so much missed my digital equipment! I guess I even missed the workflow after a wedding of weeding out duds and burning everything to cd's. What I was finally able to do at this weekend's wedding was a flash burst to capture the couple dancing. I got up to 8 frames well exposed shots before hitting the D100's buffer wall. Now I have a sequence that I can use to make a nice layout for them
My F100 didn't get any rest though, I still had to shoot three rolls of b&w, two on the F100, one on the F5 I borrowed. Joe, I don't know how you do it, but three cameras dangling from shoulders and neck is not easy :P I left the F5 w/ 80-200 by my camera bag and shot mostly with the D100 w/ 17-35 and F100 w/ 28-70 + orange filter. Well, gotta go now, I have to go to JFK in the morning and then I'm off to another wedding. It's great to shoot digital once again!