Nikon 13187 User Guide (en)

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This option controls flash sync speed.
e: Bracketing/Flash
e1: Flash Sync Speed
G button
➜ A Custom Settings menu
Option
Description
1/250 s 
(Auto FP)
Auto FP high-speed sync is used when a compatible flash unit is attached 
(
0 294). If the built-in flash or other flash units are used, shutter speed is set 
to 
1
/
250
s. When the camera shows a shutter speed of 
1
/
250
s in mode P or A
auto FP high-speed sync will be activated if the actual shutter speed is faster 
than 
1
/
250
s.
1/200 s 
(Auto FP)
Auto FP high-speed sync is used when a compatible flash unit is attached 
(
0 294). If the built-in flash or other flash units are used, shutter speed is set 
to 
1
/
200
s. When the camera shows a shutter speed of 
1
/
200
s in mode P or A
auto FP high-speed sync will be activated if the actual shutter speed is faster 
than 
1
/
200
s.
1/200 s–1/60 s
Flash sync speed set to selected value.
A
Fixing Shutter Speed at the Flash Sync Speed Limit
To fix shutter speed at the sync speed limit in mode S or M, select the next shutter speed after 
the slowest possible shutter speed (30 s or bulb). An X (flash sync indicator) will be displayed 
in the viewfinder and control panel.
A
Auto FP High-Speed Sync
Allows the flash to be used at the highest shutter speed supported by the camera, making it 
possible to choose the maximum aperture for reduced depth of field even when the subject 
is backlit in bright sunlight. The information display flash mode indicator shows “FP” when 
auto FP high-speed sync is active (