I recently got a EX320 from B&S, thanks to the advice given here.
I set my flash sync mode to 1/200 and was puzzled. When I use my internal flash, I was only able to achieve 1/20 @ f4 ISO 800. Now, I was able to achieve 1/200 @ f5.6 ISO 400. Is external flash so strong that I can get 1/200 @ f5.6 ISO 400 or am I just getting the wrong exposure?
Later, I tried using f8 and amazingly, I was able to achieve ISO400 (I thought the ISO is supposed to go up because of the increase in aperture? Is it because the flash is firing at a stronger strength now since it is f8?)
Lastly, I turned the head of the flash 90 degree and captured a shot. To my dismay, I realised the photo turned out to be wrongly exposed. Shouldn't the flash and camera be intelligent enough to know I have turned the head up and compensate the exposure accordingly? Thanks in advance.