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uptownguydenver

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X1D flash icon on Control Screen
« on: June 04, 2017, 09:16:06 PM »

We used the Profoto Nikon TTL trigger on the X1D and it worked fine. Now we have a flash (lightening bolt) on the control screen.
We have no idea what it means and if there is a setting that needs to change.
Can't find any information in the V1.4 manual or anywhere on the Hasselblad website. The firmware is the latest available.
Anyone have any information on this.
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Re: X1D flash icon on Control Screen
« Reply #1 on: June 24, 2017, 01:48:38 PM »

We used the Profoto Nikon TTL trigger on the X1D and it worked fine. Now we have a flash (lightening bolt) on the control screen.
We have no idea what it means and if there is a setting that needs to change.
Can't find any information in the V1.4 manual or anywhere on the Hasselblad website. The firmware is the latest available.
Anyone have any information on this.
Thanks

uptownguydenver,

The universal lightning blot symbol should appear in the middle of the display once an on-board strobe is placed onto the hotshoe. It also appears in the upper left hand corner of the screen when in live view. It will go away when the strobe is removed from the hotshoe.

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Eric P.

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Re: X1D flash icon on Control Screen
« Reply #2 on: July 02, 2017, 11:52:08 PM »

Thank you for the information. The Flash lightening bolt went away when we reset the camera. Just tested it with a Nikon SB900 flash and the Profoto TTL-N remote and it works fine now. I guess just a glitch.
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