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 If the trigger input port of a high speed camera is already showing 3.0 v DC then to trigger the camera how much TTL or CMOS voltage is to be applied externally?

Answer Answer This is an educated guess, but if 3 volts is present, it is very possible that what gets applied to the trigger port is a ground rather than voltage (basically just connecting the pins toge... Read More »
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What is the maximum flash trigger voltage for a Nikon D2X or D2H camera?

Most DSLR's include a "Sports" shutter speed function. That's what i use so my images arern't blurry. Hope this helps!
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Old Flash New Camera: Trigger Voltage for the Nimslo Opti-Lite / Nikon / Fuji X100s?

Firstly - a 'decent' amount of trigger voltage is around 6V - for a modern flash designed for digital cameras, however old flashes designed for film cameras have trigger voltages of several hundred... Read More »
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How do you trigger camera with pocket wizard?

i think the nikon d3100 is very good it has a reasonable price, i would recommend to also buy a telephoto lens with it. its very noisy but fast. Sammy
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Are thumb trigger or finger trigger archery releases better?

On One Hand: Thumb Releases are SteadierA thumb release is the most common kind and always offers a steady release, while a finger release is much more touchy. If a shooter using a finger release g... Read More »
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