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What is x250 or x320

jpFoto

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jpFoto Registered since 25th Jun 2010
Fri 20-Aug-10 10:30 PM

I just saw a post on another site.

He said:

1. Change to manual mode
2. Rotate past 30 seconds and bulb.
3. The next shutter speed after bulb is X320 or X250 depending upon your flash settings.

I'm baffled. What is this? I am well aware of the the high speed flash sync settings for the CLS system and have mine set at 1/320, but I would never have thought to switch into manual mode to see how low of a shutter speed I could dial in. On the other hand, I would never have expected to see x250 or x350 when I got to the end.

I took a couple of shots at x320, (without flash,) and it was the same exposure value as 1/320 without the x in front of it.

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