Question about Quantaray QDC-900WA for Nikon TTL Flash
Quantaray appears to not be a company at all It is affiliated with Ritz Camera and neither Quantaray nor Ritz actually manufacture anything.
The Quantaray SLR lenses are made in the Sigma factory. But many feel that they are not equal to the Sigma branded lenses.
I haven't found the maker of the flash units, yet. I should learn more this evening. An interesting mystery.
In here, you can find the User Guide for Quantaray 900 for Nikon TTL Flash
Posted on Sep 30, 2009
This appears to be a private label version of the ProMaster 7400EDF. They do have a manual (Instruction Book), but it's almost useless because it really doesn't describe how to use the flash. Good luck, though.
Posted on Jan 23, 2012
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