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Can't adjust TV from 1/200

The TV setting is stuck on 1/200. When I select any other setting, it will instantly appear back on 1/200. I need the setting on 1/1000. I tried clearing all camera settings, I changed it to what I needed using the RemoteCapture and it reverted to 1/200 after disconnecting.

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Re: Can't adjust TV from 1/200

Maximum flash sync at 1/200 sec
take the flash out and you should be able to go beyond yet. It is in the manual regarding TV

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Posted on May 06, 2008

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