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What are you photographing? if you're photographing something where you can use a flashgun, then try slower shutter speeds with the lights out and use a single flashgun. That way it doesn't matter if the camera shutters don't trigger exactly the same time, they will both only see anything when the one lightsource is lit
Switch the camera to S and take a picture, record the time it takes to take a picture with a stopwatch. If it is anything over 30 seconds then you have a fault with the camera because bulb mode requires a cable release for anything over that speed. If you find that the time delay is 30 seconds then you can adjust the shutter speed to a shorter time, for 30 ...
Yes it is possible, some remote flash devices like the Yongnuo 603 will allow you to do that. On the transmitter that you put on your hot show you connect it via sync port or USB to your camera and trigger it using one of the receivers.
The port on the receiver is called a "PC terminal" port. It has nothing to do with personal computers. The name is based on the French Prontor/Compur shutters used in the 1930s that could be synchronized with flash. Although the PC terminal was the standard at one time for synchronizing external flash units with the shutters of mid-level to high end cameras, ...
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