Question about Bower (724AFN) for Nikon Flash
You should talk to the Bower tech support or to professional camera place that sells these flashes.
It is possible that the flash is defective, or there is a non compatibility issue.
You have to remember that these technologies use very sophisticated computerized design. It is very easy to have compatibility issues especially when matching devices from one manufacture to the other. There are some industry standards, but it is impossible to have perfection with all the possible protocols between different types of equipment.
Personally, I stay with the same manufacture for all the options, unless the other devices I choose are known to be compatible.
Posted on Jul 09, 2008
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