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Nikon d200-manual mode

When set on manual exposure mode, my camera won't let me shoot faster than 250. i adjusted everything i could and it won't move. in the display screen, it reads x250. it's never done this before and i can't make it move/change. i was shooting baseball on a bright, sunny day with an iso of 200. should've been able to shoot around 5.3 @ 2000. any idea on what x250 means and how i can fix it? i don't think i've changed anything in the shooting menu that i can tell. can't find anything in the manual either. thanks. donna tinsley

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  • donnatinsley Oct 23, 2007

    NO!  That's what's got me baffled.  I don't have a flash for the camera and the one that's built in wasn't up.  I guess something's wrong internally.

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X250 means flash synch speed is set to 1/250.  Is your speedlight connected or is you on-camera flash up?

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