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Re: Is wireless/remote flash available?

Yes. Wireless / Remote Flash allows the camera to control Minolta 5600HS(D) and 3600HS(D) flash unit. (sold separately)

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Configuring communications settings in FTP mode1. Select [Address setting] with the camera's Quick Control Dial.
2. If you choose [Disable] for DNS server setting, enter IP address. For [Auto assign], enter server name. For [Manual setting], set up IP address.
3. Set up [Port No.] usually at 0021.
4. Configure [Proxy server].
5. Configure [Login method].
6. Set [Target folder] to [Root folder] or select folder using [Select folder] menu.
7. FTP server connection is established.
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It is not operator error. I had a similar experience and spent days pulling my hair out trying to figure out the problem.

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Because of this, Minolta updated the control protocol to include a signal to tell the flash to pre-flash. Unfortunately, only the two newer flashes recognise and respond to this new signal.

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