Nikon 6MB07411-03 User Manual (en)

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Studio Flash Systems
Rear-curtain sync can not be used with studio flash systems, as the 
correct synchronization can not be obtained.
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Shutter Speed and Aperture
Shutter speed and aperture can be set as follows when an optional flash 
unit is used:
Mode
Shutter speed
Aperture
See page
e
Set automatically by camera
(
1
/
250
s–
1
/
60
s)
1, 2
Set automatically 
by camera
120
f
Value selected by user
(
1
/
250
s–30 s)
2
122
g
Set automatically by camera
(
1
/
250
s–
1
/
60
s)
1, 2
Value selected 
by user
3
123
h
Value selected by user
(
1
/
250
s–30 s, A)
2
125
1 Shutter speed may be set as slow as 30 s in slow sync, slow rear-curtain 
sync, and slow sync with red-eye reduction flash modes.
2 Speeds as fast as 
1
/
8,000
s are available with optional SB-900, SB-800, and 
SB-600 flash units when 1/250 s (Auto FP) is selected for Custom Setting e1 
(Flash sync speed
0 311).
3 Flash range varies with aperture and ISO sensitivity. When setting aperture 
in exposure modes g and h, consult the table of flash ranges provided with 
optional flash unit.
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See Also
For information on choosing a flash sync speed, see Custom Setting e1 
(Flash sync speed
0
311
). For information on choosing the slowest 
shutter speed available when using the flash, see Custom Setting e2 
(Flash shutter speed
0
312
).