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You did not mention the model of your camera to make the viewers answer it easily. As a photography enthusiast you should not be forgetful of all the details of your camera or try to look for its manual instead.
no, i have the same light...i just inserted the 2 pronged lightbulb in the middle of the metal plate where there should be a small socket with 2 holes...you have to be carefull with these kinda bulbs...they are easily damaged, prongs being broke from being put in and out...too frequently and ect.
A slave flash unit is a flash that has a sensor that fires the flash when
it senses the burst of flash from the camera's built-in flash unit.
Since many digital cameras fire the flash twice for each picture (the
first is to set white balance and perhaps focus), these units are
designed so they fire when the camera's second flash goes off.
To use it with your D60, just use your built in flash to fire off the slave flash...