Question about Kodak EasyShare Z612 Digital Camera
The camera in question lacks a hotshoe or external flash pc connection socket, but can be still be used with any umbrella flash system equipped with a slave sensor. This will detect the light produced by the flash firing on the EasyShare Z612 and act as a trigger for the umbrella flash. Most umbrella flash kits either include a built-in slave sensor or may have one added as an optional accessory. Set-up is not fully automatic as it's necessary to input the camera aperture setting into the umbrella system, to do so requires that you use your camera only in the A (aperture priority), S (shutter priority) or M (fully manual) modes where you are able to exercise control over the aperture settings for each shot. To find out what these settings mean see page 22 of the camera user manual.
Posted on Sep 15, 2010
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