The NE-3D module is for F3 series cameras only. Carried By B&H photo. The NE-2D module dedicates for Nikon F3, FE, FE2, FG, FA, and EM. I have one of these on my dx-8r that I need to trade out for a Canon CA-2D. I hope you find what you need.
Hi, I am looking into purchasing a Sunpak DX 8R, it includes the NE-3D Module for the Nikon F3 (If this is what you are looking for) which I have no use for. If you are interested, please advise,Thanks
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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.
TOCAD is the USA distributor for Sunpak. go to their website and email them. Tell them what you have (the Sunpak 433AF for Nikon) give them your address, and offer to pay postage to your home. You might also check Ebay. It seems there's always someone who sold the flash last year, couldn't find the manual, but found it while looking for something else, and is now selling it on Ebay ,LOL.
The Sunpak PZ 4000 and 5000 were made for film cameras. I have one for
my EOS film cameras. It works just fine. I know this series of flashes
was not made for the digital cameras. It likely will not harm your
camera if the flash is designed for your camera brand. But some functions will not work.
For example, do not use a flash for Minolta on a Nikon.
You risk damaging your cameras electronics or frying the flash.
Get their PZ 20, PZ 30, PZ40 or PZ 42X for your digital camera.
I had a DX-12R for some time several years ago until it was stolen. I loved it. I recently purchased a used 8R and it is fine but I still like the 12R better. Especially the preview light feature. Ok. Make sure the batteries are all good, one bad apple does spoil the whole bunch. Check your cord connections and finally make sure the hot shoe connection is clean. That last one was usually the culprit when I had problems. Note that your hot shoe on your camera could also be going bad. I had a Ricoh that did that, I thought it was the flash. Good luck.