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Feb 26, 2019 03:38 |  #4861

It could be. Even if that setting is mainly there to prevent too long times when using flash in dark environments. Here the problem is the flash doesn't want to use short times. But I haven't tried if the 1/60-1/250 limit actually caps the top speed too, in spite of having high speed flash enabled.
I'm of the opinion that instead of using this limitation to which exposure times can be used in Av mode with flash, it's better to use M mode. Hence my inexperience with this setting.


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Feb 26, 2019 12:11 |  #4862

apersson850 wrote in post #18818891 (external link)
It could be. Even if that setting is mainly there to prevent too long times when using flash in dark environments. Here the problem is the flash doesn't want to use short times. But I haven't tried if the 1/60-1/250 limit actually caps the top speed too, in spite of having high speed flash enabled.
I'm of the opinion that instead of using this limitation to which exposure times can be used in Av mode with flash, it's better to use M mode. Hence my inexperience with this setting.


The work around for AV is to leave the program setting alone, set minimum shutter speed to 1/125-1/200, set your flash to HSS, and let the camera do its thing. You can also engage auto and engage safety to ISO and I believe that works with AV use as well

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you have to crank up ISO High enough so it consistently lands above 1/200-400


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Feb 27, 2019 05:04 |  #4863

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Feb 27, 2019 20:05 |  #4864

Nice shot, Annie.


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Feb 27, 2019 22:40 as a reply to  @ AnnieMacD's post |  #4865

Great shot!




  
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Mar 04, 2019 15:36 |  #4866

From Saturdays wedding. Shot this just before we left for the night. Used a 6x9 white card and taped it to back of the flash.. Love the ISO capabilities of this camera


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Mar 05, 2019 10:53 as a reply to  @ umphotography's post |  #4867

excellent! what lens?




  
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Mar 05, 2019 14:50 |  #4868

Garden gate.


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Mar 05, 2019 16:42 |  #4869

Annie, this looks like it came from the era I grew up, in late 60's :-P


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Mar 05, 2019 16:59 |  #4870

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Annie, this looks like it came from the era I grew up, in late 60's :-P

Yes, I agree. I don't know who lives in the house but it doubles up as a gallery and this kind of artwork is all around.


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Mar 09, 2019 17:47 |  #4871

I now officially join the 1DxII community


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Mar 09, 2019 17:50 |  #4872

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Awesome!!
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Mar 09, 2019 18:37 |  #4873

umphotography wrote in post #18822882 (external link)
From Saturdays wedding. Shot this just before we left for the night. Used a 6x9 white card and taped it to back of the flash.. Love the ISO capabilities of this camera


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Excellent shot! Did you point the flash straight up, or did you angle it slightly forward?



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Mar 09, 2019 19:22 as a reply to  @ Mark A.'s post |  #4874

Thank you. Pulled the trigger a month early, but am glad I'm committed.




  
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Mar 10, 2019 11:25 |  #4875

tim1970 wrote in post #18826139 (external link)
Excellent shot! Did you point the flash straight up, or did you angle it slightly forward?

straight up with the bug bounce card flipping light forward. Didnt need much because it was so dark


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