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XT200 HSS how to?

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I know this is an option as shutter mechanical and electronic say fastest s.s. 1/4000 sec and fastest s.s. 1/32000 sec.

Flash options in menu

auto which is used in program mode

forced flash 

suppressed flash

2nd curtain sync

and

commander.

Thankyou for your help.

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