I'm looking for a small, inexpensive flash with HSS and TTL for either Nikon or Panasonic. Size and HSS are the most important. I don't need any other fancy functions, and I intend to use the flash on camera, on its own.
I've never used the AF-P version.
The point of this lens is that it's surprisingly good, very cheap (buy used), small and lightweight.
You can get good results wide open at 300mm f/5.6, just not as sharp as at 200mm. This is normal, and applies to most (zoom) lenses unless you go modern, big...
It seems like you can only adapt Nikon F to 4/3 if the lens has an aperture ring, that means you can only use older Nikon lenses with no built in focus motor. I belive that means no auto focus.
I found no adapters for Canon to 4/3.
My recommendation is to not waste money on this. Use what you...
Try removing the lens cap!
Are you sure your settings are correct, in both the camera and the flashes? This could be the result of a shutter speed faster than your cameras sync speed or just really underexposed images.
I've used a lot of different cameras in temperatures around 1 F, but never had any problems (other than fog in the viewfinder and shorter battery life).
I've also had pictures come out as yours, but that has been because of bad memory cards.
I'm not saying it's not because of the temperature...
I've not tested this with tethered shooting, but you can have Lightroom apply a profile during import, so I would guess it's the same while shooting tethered.
I just tried it. It seems like it works. You could also select "same as previous" and then just do the adjustments to the first image.
I'm almost sure I'll have to deactivate the focus on the release button as well.
That is totally up to you, and you should of course continue to do it the way you find the most useful.
For me, one of the benefits with using back button focusing is that it makes AF-C work like AF-S when I want...