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    Posted: 19 Jan 2016 at 5:29am
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I bought a Pentax 645Z medium format DSLR camera and I have a question about it. Possibly with a medium format camera because of its shutter speed which can't be lower than 125, it will be not possible to shoot high speed in our current method. What do you think?
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G'day,

Looks pretty good, I guess you dropped one of the cans to make everything bounce a bit.

Having a high Shutterspeed is not that important to freeze action like your still life shot here, as you were using flash and if you use a short enough flash duration that will freeze the action.

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hmm must be something to do with the flash sync
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Originally posted by newtonslife

hmm must be something to do with the flash sync
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Its not to do with the flash sync speeds to freeze the water as you could have a 10 second exposure on the camera and it won't change the out come, what you need is a fast flash duration so anything like 4000 of a second or better will help freeze the droplets.

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