I have been continuing to use Hypersync and my Rangers to get creative results shooting high speed sync. Sometimes it is about freezing action with fill flash, other times it is using F4 with flash during the day. Since I can use shutter speeds over 1/1000 depending on the camera I’m using, I never have to worry about sync speed.
The first image was shot using my D300s and 1/2500, F11 and ISO 400. I leaned out the back of my truck while the cyclist pedaled about 25 miles an hour for this shot. I used a fisheye lens and small aperture opening to get a good sun star effect.
The next shot was a rock climbing image shot at dusk. I used a Ranger with sports strobe, F4 at 1/2500 using my D300s and 45mm tilt-shift lens. In this case HSS allowed me to use a wide open aperture for the blurry background.