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# Does Jay Garrick know he is Zoom?

## Does Jay Garrick know he is Zoom?

Labs that Zoom got his speed from Velocity-9 and conclude it’s Jay Garrick. Then, in the episode “Versus Zoom,” we learn Zoom isn’t Jay Garrick. Jay Garrick is a false identity.

### How is Zoom in 2 places at once The Flash?

He Can’t Be Two Places At Once So, as he explained to the entire team in the most recent episode, “Versus Zoom,” he needed to find a way to be in two places at once: the answer was a time remnant, retrieved from the past.

#### What is the story with Zoom on Flash?

Zoom started life on Earth-Two as Hunter Zolomon. The Flash was really pushing the Barry/Zoom parallels in “Versus Zoom.” Zoom began life as Earth-Two’s Hunter Zolomon, a boy who saw his father kill his mother before killing himself.

What does Zoom range on a flash mean?

Flash zoom refers to how wide your flash will spread the light. Some flash units do not have a zoom option. In an automatic flash zoom mode, the flash will detects the focal length of the lens mounted on your camera body, and adjust the light spread the flash emits to match the angle of view of your lens.

What is Zoom’s true identity?

Hunter Zolomon
“Zoom’s identity has been revealed: He is Hunter Zolomon, a.k.a Jay Garrick,” executive producer Andrew Kreisberg tells EW.

## Is Jay Garrick faster than Barry Allen?

However, despite being the original speedster, Jay was never able to surpass Barry in terms of speed, as it wasn’t until recently that he even obtained a connection to the Speed Force.

### How is flash power calculated?

For any given “correct flash exposure” situation, guide number is simply numerically equal to the aperture number (like the number 8 in f/8) multiplied by the subject distance (like 10 feet). Then for example, the guide number is f/8 x 10 feet = GN 80 (feet units).

#### How is hard light created?

Hard light is created by setting up a single point of light that casts very distinct shadows and provides a high-contrast look to your shot, with sharp gradations between light and shadow. A camera flash is an example of a light that creates hard light.