Rear-curtain sync flash photography – Nikon F4 User Manual
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When using the Nikon SB-24, you can synchronize the flash to
the instant just before the rear (second) curtain starts moving.
Set the SB-24’s flash sync mode selector to "REAR.” This lets
you turn available light into a stream of light that
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flash illuminated subject. Rear-curtain sync flash photography
is especially effective at slower shutter speeds.
, P or
mode, shutter will operate as slowly as 30
seconds, depending on the background brightness.
Rear-Curtain Sync Flash Photography