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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: metz ct 5 and nikon d 200
This flash should be safe to use on your nikon d200 since I believe this flash is rated to 14.8v of flash voltage, and the d200 can take up to 250v of flash voltage. That being said this flash is not compatible with Nikon’s iTTL flash system and you are going to lose a lot of functionality with this flash.
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Posted on May 02, 2008
Hi, Bad news for you.
Posted on Mar 14, 2009
The trigger voltage of the 45CL-1 is about 12V, so it should be safe to connect directly to the hot shoe with an adaptor, or to the pc soclet, if the D90 has one. If the D90 is anything like my Canon 40D, which can stand about 30V on the hot shoe, then all the 45CL series will be ok, as they have trigger voltages between 9V and 12V. The 45CT-5 has a trigger voltage of 15V and works well on the 40D. I use 3 different Metz 45 models with my 40D and all work well on automatic, where the flash sensor itself controls the light output.
Posted on Aug 20, 2009
Try to keep the Flash setting on ISO-setting of 100 constant and adjust your aperture setting on the flash..Do not try to sync with the camera settings..it will normally work...for example.if your camera setting is as this: ISO-400, shutter speed is 125 and aperture is F8, then keep the flash setting as i mentioned above.this setting in an evening environment in a hotel or party event. this may help...
Posted on Oct 13, 2009
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