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Will a sunpak auto zoom 333 d thyristor work with canon sx50

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This is a yes and no answer. I personally would not use his flash on any of my digital cameras due to not knowing the "Trigger Voltage" one shot out of this could fry the flash circuit board of my camera.
The flash will not TTL or i-TTL with the new flash systems nor will it synchronize properly. However yes you can use this flash as a slave (using a electronic photo cell as a trigger) it will fuse a full burst power and you need to adjust it near or away from the subject to adjust the amount of light. It can prove a real pain but it will flash just not from the camera unless you use a special WEIN accessory to restrict the trigger voltage BUT the WEIN is over $100.00 so why not just get a flash that work with the camera. You would need a Canon EX type flash something like the Canon 420 EX II will be fully compatible with the new T2i.

Posted on Jan 20, 2011

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SOURCE: Can i use the Sunpak power zoom 5000AF on a Canon

According to this website, you would be safe. http://www.botzilla.com/photo/strobeVolts.html

Posted on Jan 01, 2010

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SOURCE: Can i use sunpak auto 30 DX thyristor to nikon d7000?

According to this list the 30DX's trigger voltage is borderline for use with digital cameras. You may be able to use it with no ill effects, or it may fry your camera. It depends on the particular unit.

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Yes.

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I need a operating manual for Sunpak Auto Thyristor G4500DX Flash gun only


I found this for a Sunpak flash which is similar to the G4500dx:

Reading from the "auto555/G4500DX" Manual, you need to:
1. Slide the Film Selector to desired ISO - (that is the same as your camera ISO used - so, make sure you turn Off the Auto ISO feature if your camera has one).
2. Slide the Mode Selector to "A" (Auto position). This will be Auto Thyristor mode on the flash.
3. Slide the Auto F/stop Selecct Know to desired lens openning - ( so use your camera in Aperture priority mode, more in Manual to prevent changes in the camera aperture value during shooting)
Shoot, and be happy with well exposed pictures by the Auto Thyristor features of the Sunpak 555 flash.
The Sunpak 555 works great with Nikon D50, D70 cameras, as you can synchrinize flash practically at all shutter speeds. Excellent for sunny days to get narrow DOF, yet get any ambient light level contribution as desired.
For other cameras, make sure (watch out for) that Aperture Priority mode does not use shutter faster than the camera max X-sync speed - so Manual camera mode could be a better choice for a novice photographer.
In the manual there is also a list of accessories for various brand cameras, How to use Power Ratio in Manual mode, some advice on using wide lenses, how to care of your 555, and Specification section.
Minimal flash duration is 1/450 at full power, so you can safely use Auto Aperture up to 1/500 sec. Flash duration decreases with lower power setting, or lower auto mode need for poser, and the shortest flash duration is 1/17000th sec.

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Sunpak Auto 422D Thyristor won't flash


It should work automatically once connected properly, in case it doesn't work something is not right, obviously. Did you try it out with a different camera? That could help you in figuring out the problem.

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Is it compatible the Sunpak auto Zoom 344 D THYRISTOR with the Nikon D60


Yes. The trigger voltage on this Sunpak is well within the safe limits for a digital camera.

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Can i use sunpak auto 30 DX thyristor to nikon d7000?


According to this list the 30DX's trigger voltage is borderline for use with digital cameras. You may be able to use it with no ill effects, or it may fry your camera. It depends on the particular unit.

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How does the Sunpak Auto 555 Thyristor Flash Unit work concrning a battery? Does it always need the ourside battery pack unit also?


When internal cells are fully charged it do not need external ones

http://www.photographyreview.com/mfr/sunpak/flashes/PRD_84012_3121crx.aspx

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Older Vivitar Flash for new Canon SX10


Not compatible.
Get slave triggers and use them as remote flashes, or buy another film camera.
It seems Vivitar no longer is in the flash business. Get a Sigma or Sunpak digital flash for your SX10

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Sunpak 522 and 544 always firing full power


Try cleaning that front flash sensor.

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