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Module for Quantaray QTB-9500A for Canon EOS-40D

Do you have or are you going to furnish modules for digital cameras such Canon EOS D series

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  • cornsilk Jun 21, 2008

    I have a Quantaray flash, QTB-7500A, for a Minolta 7000i SLR. Is there a module available dedicated to the new Sony A700 DSLR? If so please provide the info.

    Paul J.

  • Anonymous Jul 21, 2008

    Same here. I have a 40D and would like to use this flash.

    What gives?


  • Anonymous Mar 04, 2009

    Same issue here. Have a QTB-7500A from my Minolta days, unfortunately, when I use it with the Sony Alpha 350, it only fires full power, no TTL whatsoever. Quantaray still hasn't come out with a compatible module for Sony. What gives?

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SOURCE: Quantaray QDC-NK i TTL Digital Flash Module

The Quantaray Digital NK Module has a small tab on the side of the raised boss that the 8 pins sit on that prevents it from mounting on the QTB-9500A. It's intentional- the NK Digital Module is made for newer Quantaray flashes only. You'll need the older-style AF NK Module to attach to the QTB-9500A.

Posted on Aug 22, 2009

Obertelli
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SOURCE: how can I get the Quantaray QTB-9500A to work with

You'll need the "AF module CN", but as the flash is no longer made will have trouble finding one.

It helps if you search for the correct flash model as Quantaray is a no-name bit of badge engineering for Ritz/Wolf.

Your flash is really a ProMaster FTD5700.

Please don't forget to rate my answer.

Posted on Feb 15, 2010

Obertelli
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SOURCE: Quantaray QTB-9500A with Canon Xsi not working properly

This is probably way too late for the original asker, but the previous answer is incorrect.

The Quantaray QTB-9500A is in reality a ProMaster FTD-5700 and was designed for use with later model electronic 35mm AF models (using the correct dedication module).

As such, the trigger voltage is no higher than 5v making it safe for use on later digital SLR's.

The original answerer is clearly aware that high trigger voltages on flashes designed for earlier, mostly mechanical, 35mm film cameras are often harmful to later models, but you need not worry about your model.

Please take a moment to rate my answer.

Posted on Feb 15, 2010

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Promaster ftd 5700


Hello, You will need to get the correct interface module. You need the module that works with Canon digital cameras with E-TTL II which includes the Digital Rebel XT. I bought the flash and the interface module at Wolf Camera's going out of business sale and had to go through three interfaces to get the correct one for my XT.

Jan 10, 2012 | Quantaray QTB-9500A TTL Flash

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I have a quantaray qtb-7500a for an older n80 nikon but i want to use it with my d90 it has a af module nk


The QTB 7500A will work with the D90. However, you will not be able to use the iTTL mode of the D90. Use it exactly the same way you've been using it with the N80, letting the flash control the exposure.

May 10, 2011 | Quantaray QTB-7500 for Nikon TTL Flash

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I have a quantaray qtb-7500a speedlight. It is for a Minolta camera. Is there any way to adapt it to fit Nikon equipment? jim


There are modules available to convert the camera into a Nikon lens. Right below your fill flash on the left hand side of the unit, there is a square button to release your current module and attach the new Nikon module.

May 20, 2010 | Quantaray QTB-7500 for Nikon TTL Flash

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Doesn't work with canon d40 digital camera


You may have identified your own problem.

Your camera is either a Nikon d40 or a Canon EOS 40d (aka Digital Rebel), there's no such thing as a Canon d40.

If your Quantaray flash has the wrong brand dedication module on the bottom for your brand then it won't work properly (if at all).

If this is not the cause, then please be more descriptive: does the flash power up at all, will it work with other cameras, do other external flashes work on your camera? You may just need to go into the menu and enable the hotshoe.

Click here as well if you lack an operation manual: Quantaray products are always a pain to find manuals for as they're badge-engineered models supplied in the USA by Ritz/Wolf. The trick is always to find what the individual product is usually sold as. In your case, it's a ProMaster FTD5700. Page 2 of the manual will help you to identify which dedicated module you need for this flash to work with your camera.

I hope that I've helped, if not then please report back with additional details, or if I've helped you to solve your problem then please take a moment to rate my answer.

Feb 14, 2010 | Quantaray QTB-9500A TTL Flash

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Will my qtb-9500a work on hotshoe of canon digital rebel 350


Yes. The trigger voltage is typically less than 5v so it is safe to use.

See here for further info.

Please remember to rate my answer.

Dec 26, 2009 | Quantaray QTB-9500A TTL Flash

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How can I get the Quantaray QTB-9500A to work with the Canon rebel XT? It worked fine with my ellanIIE. Can I order a new module? Thank you for the help


You'll need the "AF module CN", but as the flash is no longer made will have trouble finding one.

It helps if you search for the correct flash model as Quantaray is a no-name bit of badge engineering for Ritz/Wolf.

Your flash is really a ProMaster FTD5700.

Please don't forget to rate my answer.

Sep 25, 2009 | Quantaray QTB-9500A TTL Flash

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Quantaray QTB-9500A with Canon Xsi not working properly


This is probably way too late for the original asker, but the previous answer is incorrect.

The Quantaray QTB-9500A is in reality a ProMaster FTD-5700 and was designed for use with later model electronic 35mm AF models (using the correct dedication module).

As such, the trigger voltage is no higher than 5v making it safe for use on later digital SLR's.

The original answerer is clearly aware that high trigger voltages on flashes designed for earlier, mostly mechanical, 35mm film cameras are often harmful to later models, but you need not worry about your model.

Please take a moment to rate my answer.

Aug 30, 2009 | Quantaray QTB-9500A TTL Flash

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Quantaray QDC-NK i TTL Digital Flash Module


The Quantaray Digital NK Module has a small tab on the side of the raised boss that the 8 pins sit on that prevents it from mounting on the QTB-9500A. It's intentional- the NK Digital Module is made for newer Quantaray flashes only. You'll need the older-style AF NK Module to attach to the QTB-9500A.

Apr 06, 2009 | Quantaray QDC-NK i TTL Digital Flash...

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Fuji s7000


Thanx to forum input I found a Quantaray qb-350a flash with a single contact on the hotshoe. By turning on "external flash" in the Fuji s7000 allows the Q350 to work beautifully and for about $40 bucks. It also works on earlier Fuji's like the 6200.
Thanx

Frank

Mar 20, 2009 | Quantaray QTB-9500A TTL Flash

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