Will a Nikon sb-800 flash through the lens work on a canon rebel xti camera?
Actually no they won't. I don't konw alot about canon cameras. but one thing I do know is that it prabably won't work. Just get a Canon flash or a Sigma flash.
Short answer: "Not recommended" Long answer: The center contact on a flash shoe transmits the signal for a flash to fire. This contact is in the same place on all cameras that use a flash shoe. If a flash has ONLY the center contact, then it may be used on any camera that will accept it. However, each camera manufacturer adds additional contacts onto their flashes for various additonal purposes. These contacts are different for… Read More
Yes, if its the Nikon version of the flash.
Short answer is no ... most flash units are camera specific, meaning that they will only work with the camera they were designed for. Longer answer is yes ... if you want to 100% sure none of the smaller pins short out any of the contacts on the camera then just use pc sync socket or hotshoe to pc sync on the camera or some people just use tape. A double hotshoe adaptor that only… Read More
Yes in non i-ttl auto and manual
Yes in non-ittl auto and manual flash modes, manual flash power zoom and no af assist illuminator.
Yes, but with some limitations. The Canon 480EG was designed as a TTL flash (through the lens metering) but also has an External Auto metering Mode. It can be used with any camera that has a PC sync connection. Don't use the "Shoe Cord E" that comes with the flash unless you are using a Film Camera with TTL flash metering. It can be used with Digital cameras provided you use a PC sync cord… Read More
Yes, the sb600 works with all Nikon SLRs - although with some limitations on older ones.
Yes it does with non i-ttl auto (2 different f stops) and manual.
Canon is a large global camera and technology company that sells the Powershot a630 digital camera. The main features of this camera are auto flash and x4 optical zoom.
You have got to change your camera to flash! There is some sort of button that you press to solve your problematic problem. xo
Yes. Be aware that it is a manual flash, so you have to set the power settings manually.
Generally yes, but there are exceptions. It depends on the specific flash.
intelligent through-the-lens (flash control)
You can try using them both at manual mode but you are risking getting the flash, the camera or both fried. Search the internet for more info.
The Nikon SB-800 is not compatible with Nissan SLR cameras. It is only compatible with Nikon cameras. One could damage their SB-800 flash unit by trying to use it with another camera.
It uses a Compact Flash card, or CF card.
I'm using Quantaray QB-350A with Konica FP-1. I also have a NIkon F100 and wondering if I can use this flash on my Nikon. If I look at the bottom of the flash seems like it can be use with any film camera. Wahyu
Yes, in manual and non-ittl auto modes and as a non-ittl slave using its built in slave mode and using the camera flash on manual to trigger it.
Yes it does just got one in the mail today. Tried it out and it works fine.
Yes. The Nikon D40x has a hot shoe on top of the built-in pop-up flash. Be sure to check the compatibility of any external flash unit that you attach to the camera. Note: The question was changed after the first answer was posted, so that the two do not match now. An approach to the new question is that a Nikon D40x is an entry level DSLR, and you may want a flash in that… Read More
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I have this camera, and I also have the SB-24. I have tried to work them together, and it just won't work. The Sb024 would zoom in relation to the lens focal length, but it does not do this, and the firing of the flash would not work. Save it for your old Nikon - like an N90s or something similar. It's worthless on this digital body.
Make sure that it is not on the no flash mode (the circle with a crossed out flash)
Yes, electrical current
Yes. Nikon SB-20 Flash will work with Nikon D-90. Just adjust the flash to Auto or Manual setting. The TTL setting won't work with D-90.
How do you know if you got a speeding ticket if the camera didnt flash and the boot were the camera sits is open?
Notification of speed camera tickets is usually through the mail.
TTL stands for Through The Lens metering. This is system where the camera measures the light on a scene based only on the light coming through the lens. Prior to TTL, there would be a light sensor on the top of the body (or a hand held unit) which measured the light coming from a fixed angle of view. The problem with this method is that it didn't take into account the angle of view… Read More
The only film camera currently manufactured in the EOS line is the EOS-1v, a professional-grade 35mm camera body that sells in the $1000 range. It is compatible with the full line of EOS lenses and flash units.
Yes, but only if the flash unit or camera body is cracked, or the insulation defective. The strobe discharge from the capacitor would ordinarily be a harmless shock.
A person could easily locate and purchase an Olympus flash camera through various retailers both online and in various Olympus distributors located in North America.
Yes, it should work just fine, and is an excellent choice. It's almost as powerful as the 430ex, and noticeably lighter.
Yes it has a 5mp camera with flash.
Yes the gfive president has a flash camera. The camera flash on the gfive is rated in it's reviews as neither too strong nor too weak. The camera has a normal flash setting for indoors.
No... not possible there is no any conducting path
Answer It is the camera obscura. The light goes through the lens bending it. The light coming from the flash bulb gives the picture tone.
Any standard hot-shoe flash should fit the XSi, though check the flash sync voltage to be on the safe side. Using a Canon EX-series Speedlite will give you a variety of additional features; other flashes won't be able to synchronise at shutter speeds faster than 1/200th sec, and won't work in live view mode, either, for example.
No, it doesn't. There is no flash for the camera in Nokia 5230.
As far as I know, the DSI does NOT have a camera flash but it does have 11 fun camera lenses you can play with:-)
Well if your phone doesn't have a flash light on it, then u can't use a flash, but if it does, in the camera mode, go to options and select camera settings and the flash settings should be there
Yes including: Automatic Balanced Fill-Flash (with AF Nikkor lenses/Standard TTL Auto including Programmed TTL Auto.
no, the sidekick 08 does not have a flash for the camera......i hope that helped......
Flash as in camera? No. Flash as in Flash Player? No
In my opinion the best DSLR camera for a beginner would be the Canon Rebel T3i. It has a swing out LCD screen, Built-In wireless flash control and several filter modes. The camera and lens package runs about $600.
no, it does not have flash
Flash battery grip different lenses
No,it doesn't have any camera flash.
Safely, yes, because it does not exceed 6V. Because the Vivitar 728AF is TTL-based and the Canon Rebel xti, being a digital body, is not TTL-compatible, but E-TTL, the Vivitar can only be used manually. It will fire, but there is no feedback from the camera to the flash unit. If you are willing to evaluate and reshoot every time, you can use this flash unit, but expect no more.
Camera flash stuns animals because they are not used to that bright of a light. They are also surprised when you take a picture at them with flash because they don't really know what a camera is.
No, but an external flash with a flash button can be used while filming.
Yes, it will. I just recently surfaced my old 2600-D and tried it out with my D40 and it works perfectly. I believe you need to have the built-in flash setting set to manual, but once you've done that you'll be good to go. After you've got the flash on the camera and powered up you may want to adjust some settings on the flash and in the camera, depending on what you're shooting, of… Read More