So the other day i was wondering how did my OMD performed in a more "controlled" environment aka studio-flash-etc. I just did a really simple setup not metering much, just to see how it worked. So i grabbed my Nikon SB28DX (1997-99), my ebay cheap as triggers "Cactus V2s" which i use all the time with my 5DMKII, and just plugged the controller on top of the camera, set the camera in manual mode and started shooting. and it just worked, i thought i needed some special triggers for this camera, but this just work and thats great, so grabbed my lady who was next to me, and used her as the subject. But half way through, the camera was getting totally dark images like not capturing anything at all eventhough the flash fired and didnt touched any controls on the camera. so the setup was OMD - P20mm Nikon SD28DX (flash bounced to a white wall, camera left) Cactus V2s triggers White wall this are straight of camera Raw images. check it out this crops at 100% Pretty sharp isnt it?. thats the magic behind the P20mm. this images and crops are RAW no Post processing at this point. But at the same time in between shots i got this stuff... pitch black, and if you check on the exif of this jpeg you will see its exactly the same as the ones above, and the flash fired. any clues why this happened? also got this which this means that the shutter speed on the camera was faster than the flash, BUT again this has the exact same shutter speed as the good shots above... weird! so if anyone has some clues on this would be appreciated, and now this is the final image i picked, and did some Photoshop magic. Overall im really happy with the results im getting from this camera, and I really want to push it a lot more and maybe start doing some paid work with it.