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Fuji GFX 50R with HSS Godox Flash

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I am using a Fuji GFX 50R and recently decided to try studio work doing dog portraits. I am using a Godox SK400II monolight(soon 3 lights) and a Godox XProF commander. I read the hgx 50R manual and the godox manuals but I am still somewhat unclear on how to set up HSS.  Can anyone help with the camera settings I need to use and how the flash unit and commander need to be set

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The Godox SK400II is a manual flash.   In order to access HSS, you would need one of the Godox flash /strobe units that is TTL enabled.

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Hello did you solve this problem?  I have got a lot of Godox lighting and was thinking to buy Fujifilm gfx 50r but as far as I see triggers  Godox XPro F or Godox XT1 are only compatible with Fujifilm gfx 50s.  Is that so? 

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