Question about Sunpak Auto 555 TTL Flash
The flash is connected via a dedicated sync cord to the hot shoe.. I also tried the ac type cord with the same result of when the ready light glows it will fire but only after you press the shutter 2 or three times. This is most often after the flash has just been fired but again I do wait 2 or three seconds and the light is on.
Your strobe is faulty and needs repair at a trained service center. The actual culprit may be the voltage converter circuit that supplies the high voltage to the flash capacitor, or the voltage divider that drives the ready lamp and, at the same time, makes triggering possible.
Posted on Feb 18, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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