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photowiki:flash [2018/10/31 21:14]
ying [Cactus V6ii trigger]
photowiki:flash [2018/10/31 21:22] (current)
ying [Power Sync and High Speed Sync]
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   * **Forced HSS** (like in AD360) is a HSS mode that get triggering signal from master flash optically instead from camera TTL information signal. it is like a slave mode but will fire multiple shots as HSS mode do, once optically triggered or signal triggered from a trigger.   * **Forced HSS** (like in AD360) is a HSS mode that get triggering signal from master flash optically instead from camera TTL information signal. it is like a slave mode but will fire multiple shots as HSS mode do, once optically triggered or signal triggered from a trigger.
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 +===== Enable High Speed Sync in Nikon camera =====
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 +  * ref: https://​www.youtube.com/​watch?​v=14NH4lgB1XA
 +  * in custom menu > Bracketing and Flash > Flash sync speed > 1/320 Auto FP for nikon flash, 1/250 Auto FP for other brand flash (it will enable you to use 1/8000 than it writes)
  
 ====== DIY off-camera Flash cord ====== ====== DIY off-camera Flash cord ======