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C_Otto Gold Member Nikonian since 12th Apr 2002
Tue 21-Feb-06 10:40 AM

The built-in speedlight has amode called Repeating Flash where one can set the number of flashes, the frequency at which it flashes, and the flash output level. I guess this ia akin to acting like a strobe light, so one could stop action. However, the manual barely mentions this mode and I'm curious how one would go about using it. And why one would use it.

If anyone can provide specific examples or direct me towards some practical experiments on-line I would appreciate it. I realize that using something to trigger the camera's operation would prvide better results than just trying to capture something like a water drop manaully, but I'm not ready for that route, yet.