Hi and welcome back.

I recently ran a workshop with Milford Photo and Mac Group showcasing the versatility of the new Pocket Wizard Flex system.

One of the things I really wanted to show was the use of High Speed Sync for small flashes and Hypersync for strobe lighting.

The new Pocket Wizard System really lets you take your photography to the next level by allowing you to work in all kinds of lighting situations that were not possible before.

High Speed Sync is based on flash photography.  It allows you to use a shutter speed faster than your camera’s rated maximum synchronization speed, which is usually in the area of 1/200 or 1/250.  This is great for overpowering the sun or darkening a room to get rid of all the ambient light.

You have to remember though that High Speed Sync changes the flash output.  You no longer get…

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