Yeah. I think I've confused myself. It was a very long day yesterday.

For starters, I thought that I had read somewhere that when you plug a flash into the pc socket on the camera, it restricts the shutter to one particular speed. I could be wrong, but I could swear that I read that somewhere.

Secondly, if I think about the exposure triangle, I have ISO, SS, and Aperture. In this particular case, my only certain is the film speed, ISO 100. The electric eye on the camera sets the SS and Aperture 'automatically'. My issue is that wouldn't the camera be metering itself off the ambient modeling light of my strobe? If thats the case, when I trip the shutter, if my strobe is at full power it is going to blow out the frame. Correct?