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Re: Auto FP High Speed Sync-Nikon
Well you are close. Depending on how slow the flash event of the studio strobe is, with a long flash duration it can be on for most or all the entire shutter opening and closing event.
I've posted this before, but for examples and info:
The Jerry Blog!: High-Speed and no CLS
The Jerry Blog!: Hyersync tests - 08-20-2011
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