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#1. "RE: Old Vivitar Flash"
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Fri 08-Jan-10 04:07 AM by blw

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You need to be careful - very careful. Flashes of that apparent vintage usually used very high trigger voltages (> 150v, usually over 250v). Your camera wants a 12v trigger, and mixing the two is a big risk. If you are bound and determined to use it, a Wein SafeSync or similar is advised.

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