In this episode I explain what the Camera Shutter Sync Sensor can do with the Camera Axe.
One use is to alternate between two banks of flashes on each shot. This has a few potential uses. For example each bank of flashes could be setup to give different lighting to the scene. Then with two rapid shot you get the same pose with two different lighting effects. Another example would be to compensate for the long time it takes to recharge flashes. If you are shooting kids that like to move around a lot it can be useful to take lots of shots quickly and with two banks of flashes you will have a flash ready twice as often. To trigger more than one flash on each bank you should check out this video about a multi-flash board.
Another way to use this sensor would be in combination with a microphone sensor. With these two sensors you could do something like only take a photo if there is a loud noise and the shutter button is down.
The sensor is for sale at the Camera Axe store.
A beta version of the Camera Axe 5.1 software that was used for this post is here.