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revised Disadvantages of always using the max flash sync speed?
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comment Disadvantages of always using the max flash sync speed?
Aha, I see. No, sorry, I didn't mean that, I should've been more clear. But I get your point, thanks.
Jan
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comment Disadvantages of always using the max flash sync speed?
@JamesSnell - I get it, thanks.
Jan
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comment Disadvantages of always using the max flash sync speed?
@JamesSnell - I haven't given up using FP, it will still be activated with faster shutters than 1/320 (or 250), right? About the freezing and only balancing the light - isn't this achieved by flash compensation (sometimes combined with exposure compensation)? Which will still be available with 1/250 (Auto FP). Am I wrong?
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comment Disadvantages of always using the max flash sync speed?
Sure, but with 1/320 (Auto FP) you can use slower shutter speeds, can't you? I mean, shooting at 1/60 for example would be well exposed with this option, as this does fix the fastest possible shutter speed, not the current one. Or I'm wrong?
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comment Disadvantages of always using the max flash sync speed?
Yeah, it seems like this, but I needed something a bit more to understand it completely. I posted an answer by myself to check if I've understood this correctly. +1 from me for your answer.