Question about Olympus Camera Flashes
Hello, The camera at the moment has been set to 'no flash' and it will not allow me to change it to anything else. I am not sure whether I have changed a setting or it is a software problem? Any help would be really appreciated. Cheers.
u can use the H sync button only with the camera set in semiautomatic or manual modes, it dosent work in AUTOmatic modes
Posted on Nov 18, 2007
SOURCE: Major lock-up with sb800
Be sure to tkae the flash off the camera and see if you can move around the menu .
You might even want to do a power down . Take the batteries out of the unit .
The try again .
The Quatum might have done damage but I know we need it for our work for sure.
You could also have a problem with the main CPU in the flash . Now if you are trying to adjust when on the camera you might have a loose hot shoe on the camera or a bad ground.
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Berrie Smith Camera Repair
Posted on Apr 11, 2009
maybe like with the sb-900 there is a temperature control cutoff. It might stop shooting when the flash bulb gets hot, and then resumes when it has a chance to cool. But idk for sure. just a guess.
Posted on Dec 17, 2009
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