Heya, I shoot with a Minolta Maxxum 7000, and a Minolta 1800AF flash. I have just recently started experimenting with the flash, and I was wondering why my camera sets the exposure for 1/60 f2.8 everytime I attach the flash, no matter what lighting conditions exist? This is on both shutter priority and aperature priority mode. The flash sync on this camera is 1/100. I was thinking maybe this is just a safe exposure for all flash photography or something and that my camera is not able to meter for flash photography? I've been putting it on manual and using 1/60 and f2.8 as a reference and shooting shots at 1/30 and f3.5 or 1/100 and f1.7 and so on just to get some different effects and it seems that all my shots are exposed correctly. Anyways I hope someone understands what I am asking. Thanks!