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Can we use a Cobra Auto 150S Compact auto/manual flash and slave unit on a Nikon 5000 SLR

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As a slave, yes, though you won't get any of the features of a Nikon CLS-compatible flash unit. You would be shooting in manual flash mode. Due to its higher trigger voltage, I would NOT put the unit onto the camera itself.

Posted on May 23, 2011

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