Hot Shoe Sync Adapter disables NTSC output on D50
I had a strange thing happen...wondered if anyone might shed some light on a workaround.
I have a generic hotshoe adapter that allows a PC sync cable to be used (for studio strobes). I can connect the sync cable to my strobes, and everything works great. However, if I plug the video out cable from the D50 to my TV, the strobes won't fire with a shutter release. If I remove the cable from the camera, everything works fine again.
Of course, my goal is to use the TV as a way to see photos as I've taken them.
Has anyone encountered this, or better yet--know of a workaround, Nikon adapter, or other solution? Is this a D50 limitation or is the generic hotshoe adapter to blame?
#1. "RE: Hot Shoe Sync Adapter disables NTSC output on D50" | In response to Reply # 0sillyconguru Registered since 30th Oct 2005Tue 20-Dec-05 09:24 PM
I've never tried this, I've never even connected my D70 to a TV.
Nikon Capture 4 and a PC/Mac would enable you to take pictures and view them on screen almost instantly.