ADVANCED OPERATION
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AF540FGZ, AF500FTZ, AF330FTZ and AF360FGZ
In the Aperture-Priority AE Mode or when the shutter speed is set in the range of 1/30
to 1/1000 of a second, the flash sync speed of 1/30 of a second (1/15 of a second in
the trailing-shutter-curtain sync flash and contrast-control flash modes) is set when the
flash is fully charged.
The auto zoom function does not function with this camera. Adjust the focal length
manually.
A wireless slave-sync flash function is available when using the AF500FTZ and
AF360FGZ together.
Multiple-burst flash is possible with the AF500FTZ.
When the flash is charged and left unused for about three minutes, the power
automatically switches off to save battery power. Depressing the shutter release
button halfway will restart charging of the flash units.
AF240T and AF400FTZ
In the Aperture-Priority AE Mode or when the shutter speed is set in the range of 1/30
to 1/1000 of a second, the flash sync speed of 1/30 of a second is set when the flash is
fully charged.
When the flash is charged and left unused for about five minutes, the power
automatically switches off to save battery power. Depressing the shutter release
button halfway will restart charging of the flash units.
AF200T, AF280T and AF400T
The two- or three-level auto flash mode can be used in addition to the TTL auto flash.
In the Aperture-Priority AE Mode or when the shutter speed is set in the range of 1/30
to 1/1000 of a second, the flash sync speed of 1/30 of a second is set when the flash is
fully charged.