Does the FJ-X2m 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-X2m requires those settings in-camera to enable the most accurate communication between the camera trigger and the FJ400 strobe.  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 the wireless triggering profile to save time when using your FJ400 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

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