Do the FJ-X2m and FJ80 require specific in-camera menu settings to work efficiently in TTL and HSS?

All camera systems will benefit from the proper in-camera menu settings when used with wireless triggering of studio strobes and speedlights particularly when using TTL and HSS. As a multi-brand capable trigger, the FJ system requires those settings in-camera to enable the most accurate communication between the camera trigger and the FJ strobes.  Most of these in-camera settings can be saved as defaults. If you prefer, you may also save them as a separate profile on many cameras and choose your own wireless flash triggering profile to save time when using your FJ units or other wireless triggering systems in the future. Most in-camera menus should be set to the following:

E-Front Curtain Shutter: Off/Disabled

Silent Shutter: Off/Disabled

Red Eye reduction-Off/Disabled

Wireless Flash: Off (set to Flash Enable and/or Fill)  Canon -Wireless Flash: On/Enable

Flash sync Auto FP 1/250 (Nikon and Fuji)

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