DSLR SYNC AT 4000 PLUS SPEEDS

Started Dec 28, 2013 | Questions thread
Duncan C Veteran Member • Posts: 7,664
Re: DSLR SYNC AT 4000 PLUS SPEEDS

I believe that all that the pocket Wizard does is to allow wireless TTL. It  takes the signals from the camera's hotshoe, converts them to radio, and sends them to the remote flash.

If you read the poster's comments, he's using a Canon TTL flash.

Thus, you are able to use high speed sync with your camera-specfic flash off camera.

Only flashes that support high speed sync (also known as FP sync) with your camera will work with this setup.

MUTURI KANINI wrote:

THANKS DUNCAN for your time,i agree with all you have said rather i used to believe that until i saw a few photos shoot at above 2000 shutter speeds..i am still researching.

i may be wrong.apparently with current advancements radio triggers, four digit sync speeds do not seem to be the holy grail any more...what do you think about this articles "allegations"

http://www.lightingrumours.com/which-radio-triggers-sync-studio-flashes-at-high-shutter-speeds-3179#.UsBcJ_vlNME

REGARDS

KANINI

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