Question about Cameras
It is not the newest flash light, and I would not use it on a digital camera. Most camera's can work with older flashlights, but there is a chance a high voltage can be induced and slip in the digital camera, destroying the camera.
I could not find a manual, perhaps because they are no longer sold.
When you use it on an normal camera, the flash does have some colour codes and a slider. Slide the arrow to a colour and see what aperture the colour stands for. Put your camera in manual mode and set the aperture to the one you did choose. Read on the back of the flash how far the light reaches.
Posted on Apr 05, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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