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    Quote Originally Posted by John Koehrer View Post
    ...Electrons travel at/near the speed of light so the slowest part of the chain is the shutter...
    Don't forget processing time. There are a lot of things happening from signal reception to actual flash trigger.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ChristopherCoy View Post
    True. I use the Flex TT5's and regularly shoot at speeds over 1/1000th without issue.
    What leaf shutter operates at 1/1000th?

    Or is this a FP shutter with a flash that fires multiple times during the exposure?
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    Quote Originally Posted by wally View Post
    What leaf shutter operates at 1/1000th?

    Or is this a FP shutter with a flash that fires multiple times during the exposure?
    The Super Speed Graphic had a 1/1000th leaf shutter, but I think they were prone to failures.
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