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FWIW, Auto FP HSS is not about sync at all. The only point of HSS is that it eliminates sync concerns. HSS is a radically different deal. HSS becomes "continuous light" (for duration of shutter speed), same as daylight and incandescent are continuous light (meaning, there before and after the shutter duration - hardly any before or after, but the shutter has ...


You are speaking of the X speed setting following Bulb setting as you go to the end of the dial for very slow shutter speeds. This X setting means the normal X flash sync speed, specifically that this X shutter position setting will use whatever sync speed you have set in menu E1. This is mentioned in the manual at the E1 menu. If you see 1/250, then your ...


The black bar you are seeing is the curtain from your shutter. Your shutter speed (1/500) is faster than your camera's flash sync speed (1/200). To get rid of the black bars, you either need to enable "high speed sync" on your flash (if it has the feature), or choose a shutter speed of 1/200 or slower.


You see the curtain of your camera: nice, no? If you want to avoid that with mark III , use a shutter speed lower than 1/200s You could use high flash speed sync, but I am quite sure that your flash can't use that, so with this flash, your only solution will be under 1/200s or use a ND filter to have less light entering your lens Check this tutorial on ...

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