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Breaking The Sync Speed On Any Flash HSS.
In this post, I’m going to show you how to enable HSS sync speed with just normal manual speed-light.
But there is a catch.
You will need one Speedlight that can achieve HSS speed to trigger of the other flash when used in slave mode.
There is also one other catch, the flash that is going to be in slave mode needs to be in manual mode M and on full power 1/1 then HSS is possible
Or, you can use a trigger and receiver that can achieve HSS speed.
In slave mode.
I can use Nikon SB-600 or Nikon SB-910 Speedlight on my camera (those flashes can to HSS) I have the Nikon SB-600 flash in manual mode M and in full power 1/1 on my camera – then I can trigger the other flashes that are in the slave mode – in this case, Amazon Basic and YN 560 II, those flashes like I mentioned in slave and manual mode and also in full power just like the Nikon SB-600 on my camera, then I can shoot in HSS.
Using Trigger and Receiver.
You can use a trigger and receiver that can achieve HSS speed.
I use the Godox XPro-N i-TTL 2.4G Wireless X System High-speed and with
Godox X1R N 2.4G Wireless Flash Trigger Receiver for Nikon.
This is how I do this.
The Amazon Basic flash needs to be in manual setting M and in full power 1/1 than you can get HSS sync using those trigger and receiver.
On the pictures here down below I’m shooting the amazon basic flash ad 250s – 1000s – 4000s – 8000s.