Question about Nikon D40 Digital Camera with G-II 18-55mm Lens
The D40 does not have a wireless trigger like some of the other Nikons. However, most studio flash units have a mode which will trigger off of the camera flash just by sensing the light from the flash unit. You could also put the remote cable that comes with the studio light on the hot shoe of the D40. I found the KF-150 studio light for sale, but I can't find any manual or technical specs on it. You need to make sure the unit doesn't have a trigger voltage that's too high for the D40, but if it's for sale now it likely is okay. Just look at the manual for the light and the D40 can compare the external flash trigger specs.
Posted on Oct 08, 2009
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