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Anyone make use of the "1/320th FP" mode?

ZoneV

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"RE: Anyone make use of the "1/320th FP" mode?"

ZoneV Silver Member Nikonian since 08th Jan 2005
Thu 31-Jan-13 08:41 PM | edited Thu 31-Jan-13 08:44 PM by ZoneV

Your test shows that for fill flash in which there is a bright background covering that edge part of the frame, there is no real difference in exposure between the two shutter speeds.

I would test it again, but in a situation in which there is low ambient light and the flash illuminated object takes up the entire frame and has a uniform tonality (such as a gray card) if you really want to see the potential edge darkening.

I assume you were at the same aperture and ISO for all frames. These need to be held constant.

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