Question about Vivitar 285HV Flash
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There is a Vivitar 385. It is a handle mounted flash with a GN of 160. The picture shown is the 285HV, it is safest to use a Wein Safe Sync with older designed flashes. Then you are covered from a power surge frying your camera and you have a pc sync on the Wein.
Posted on Apr 06, 2010
Vivitar 285HV and not Vivitar 385 (no existence ) has safe voltage to mount on any digital camera.
Warning:if its original plastic hot shoe adapter is replaced by metal one it may touch the TTL pins so mask it with tape.
Posted on Mar 04, 2010
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