Originally Posted by keithslater
It has a guide on the back that reads in feet along the top and Iso down the left, and shows apeture within the grid. However there is no mention of shutter speed.
Shutter speed does not effect flash exposure as long as you stay at or below your X max flash syncronisation speed. What shutter speed will dictate is the amount of ambient light falling onto the film. So if you ambient meter says 1/4 @ f4
If you expose flash at 1/60 @ f4 only things light by the flash will be correctly exposed. If you shot at 1/8 @ f4 the foreground will be lit and frozen
by the 1/200 flash duration BUT the background will be 1 stop under exposed and exhibit signs of camera shake. This is called ambient fill and gives you pictures far more interesting than your average digital p&s but of course takes some practice to master.
(and sorry if this is too much information)