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AC Slave Flash - How make it works

Hi, I bought this flash but I didn´t know how it make it work with my camera. I have a nikon D60. Is there a manual for this flash?

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A slave flash unit is a flash that has a sensor that fires the flash when it senses the burst of flash from the camera's built-in flash unit. Since many digital cameras fire the flash twice for each picture (the first is to set white balance and perhaps focus), these units are designed so they fire when the camera's second flash goes off.

To use it with your D60, just use your built in flash to fire off the slave flash...

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