I currently own a Minolta XG-M camera, circa 1982. I love everything about it, with one exception- a flash sync of 1/60 of a second. I have found fill flash outdoors taking my pictures to the next level in a consistent fashion, but it is difficult to use with the current sync speed. Alas, I have looked into several new cameras- Canon's Elan 7/7e, Minolta's Maxxum 7, and Pentax's MZ-S. ALL of these and several others state that with their dedicated high speed flashes, they can sync at up to 1/4000 sec. Does anyone know how this works? I'm looking for ease of use; I don't want to have to fumble with menus or push a button 5 times to activate this feature. Does anyone know how automated this is? Do I just put the flash on the shoe, turn it on and away we go? If anyone has a camera with this feature, please let me know how it is implemented... Thanks!!!