<a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/jyc860923/8240777960/" title="PC010628 by jyc860923, on Flickr"> Subscribe to see EXIF info for this image (if available) "1024" height="768" alt="PC010628"></a> Camera Manufacturer: OLYMPUS IMAGING CORP. Camera Model: E-PL5 : Exposure time : 1/160 F-Number: 6.3 ISO speed ratings: 200 Date taken: 2012:12:01 15:37:51 Exposure bias value: 0 Max aperture: F3.5 Metering mode: Multi-segment (5) Flash: Flash fired Focal length [mm]: 14 Exposure mode: Auto (0) White balance: Auto (0) Focal length (35mm): 28 Was shooting this with the p14-45 @14mm, using the newly bought Metz 44 AF-1 Digital. I tried with several flash output compensation values, don't remember which one was this but it seems to have worked, a little bit underexposed though. I don't have a RC adapter yet but I think maybe using an off-camera flash fired from another angle could've worked out better. The 1/160s sync speed limit bothers me sometimes, with the flash came with E-PL5 the limit is up to 1/250s. What do you guys think?