Question about Vivitar 2800 Flash
I was wondering if i could use an older vivitar 2800 flash unit on a nikon d60 safely
The old series Vivitar 2800 flashgun has a very high trigger Voltage, that can damage your D60's circuitry. Even measuring the trigger voltage with a voltmeter is not a solution since you can't rely on the voltmeter to indicate the peak voltage.
Posted on Feb 05, 2009
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