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Promaster 7500 D Digital Flash usage with Nikon D70

I have a promaster 7500DX flash and I'm trying to use it with my Nikon D70. I've used it before, but can't remember which settings on the camera work with the flash. I know it sounds crazy, but which ones are they? I know it's a few...

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You need to go to your cameras menu and set your flash function to m ( no to ttl) set it in full M and then it works hope it works that works for me i had the same problem

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