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This instructable shows you how to make a really easy and simple circuit, that protects your new camera from high trigger voltages in old flashes. It is completely ...
- general soldering equiptment - a sense of electronics - an Optocoupler with triac output (i.e. MOC3062) - 2 capacitors ( 10 ÃÂµF ) - 3 resistors ( ...
The circuit is pretty simple and streight forward. -The Optocoupler in the middle isolates the camera from the flash. If you don't know what an optcoupler is or ...
I got my self an adapter, that would give cameras that only have a hotshoe an PC cord connector.I got in on ebay:http://cgi.ebay.de/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&rd=1&item=260237775993&ssPageName=STRK:MEWN:IT&ih=016I hoped, there was enough room ...
ofter squeezing everything inside, I got a battery clip from an old motherboard and glued it to the side of the adapter. And that is it. you can ...
now you just put the adapter on the camera and either mount the flash on the adapters hotshoe or use the PC cord. I like the PC cord ...
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