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non lus 15/05/2007, 11h39
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flash sunpak 4000af est-il compatible sur un canon 350 ou 400 d


bonjour pour la premiere fois j'arrive sur le site bien que je pense faire partie des anciens je suis un jeunot sur internet et un peu moins jeunot pour la photo. Je voudrai savoir si le flash sunpak power zoom 4000af est compatible sur canon 350 ou 400 D merci d'avance dajaloup
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non lus 26/12/2009, 19h40
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Je me pose moi aussi la même question mais je pense que cela dépend du flash. Sur le mien il est noté sur un petit autocollant "NE for Nikon" donc je pense que pour le mien, sur Canon, c'est cuit .Après ça doit sans doute être bon si c'est pour Canon mais je n'en sais trop rien en fait...
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non lus 28/12/2009, 12h23
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bonjour,
voici l'extrait d'un tableau sur l'utilisation possible des flashs sunpack.
Ringflash Your call 6.85, measured by David Dodell
"Digital Flash" Your call 6.4-6.6V, reported by Geert Bosch,
6.78V from Sandy Levenberg
(Though of course zero volts when used as a slave...)
Remotelite II Yes 4.12V, reported by Jeroen Haringman
MG-1 Your Call 6.99V, reported by Kai Zhu
GT8 No 200V, reported by Marcos Schwindt
DS20 Your call 6.2-6.63V, reported by Marco Paganini
25DX Yes 5.46V, reported by Harold Kroeker
Digi Robot 32 Yes 3.75, reported by Gary Hays
GX14 No 160V, reported by Robert Rozee
GX17 No 288V, tested by Jason Wiebe
30DX Your Call 10.4V, measured by Ted Pembroke
7.5V down to 5V for Mon Francisco,
but Fred Phillips got a mere 4.6V
Auto 30SR Your Call 6.4V, reported by Mike Richter
Auto 36DX Yup 2.4V, reported by Fred Phillips, &
5.86V from Bob Rogers
Auto 36FB Your Call 15V, per Paul Nelson
AP-52 No 144.8V, according to Kai Zhu, and
188V by another netizen who sent a photo of his test rig, strobe, & reading...
120 J Your call 11.01V-11.6V (depnding on the meter used),
measured by Sandy Levenberg,
10.9-11.6V reported by Bryce Turner with varying batteries,
but 24.3V by Toney Hall
Auto121 No 155-215V, measured by Lawrence Yau
Auto124 No 203V, measured by Simon Block
Auto130 NO 200V, measured by "dhamant"
MX130 No 190, measured by Göran Samuelsson
134 No 43.5V, measured by Janne Rajala
Sp140 No 180V, measured by Hjalti Jakobsson
144
(144pc?) Yes... probably 5.8V, reported by Michael Kirby
6V, reported by Martin B. Reinhardt
6.8-6.95V, reported by Pierre Hurtubise
(Different batteries, or different versions of the same strobe?)
6.16V, per Sunpak (via Pierre H.)
200 No 171.5V measured by Paul Lane
Auto 221 No 173.5V measured by Robert VanTichelt
Auto 221D Your Call 9.26V measured by Akira So
Auto 222 Your Call 6.7V measured by Dean Glanville
Auto 240 No 38V measured by "Didier" en France
244D Your Call 7.55V measured by Dave Oshinsky
Auto266SR Yes 5.7V measured by "Zapped"
Auto322 NO 227V (Jay Lorenzana reported a mere 149V, after a thorough test of his unit)
Autozoom333 Your Call 7.9V measured by Roy Campbell
333D Yes A big 2.0V measured by Tom Troughton,
4.24V from Kai Zhu
344D Yes Actually reported as less than 0.25V, by Adam Rubinstein
(though Tony Bonanno's rated 4V)
355AF Yes 5.36V, reported by "gpigg"
383 Super Your call 3.74V, per Colin Ethington;
3.83, per Curtis Avery;,
6.85V, according to Sunpak's techs;
6.86V per Geoff McKnight
6.8V per Phil Shima using a Quantum battery
7.05V per Jon Boehm
& 10.29V from Dave Dill...
different batteries, different versions, or...?

Joe Templeton measured 7.2V and had a reassuring talk with Sunpak
Auto 388 Your Call 7V, measured by Göran Samuelsson
Auto411 No 193V, measured by Nick Adams
422 Your Call 10.75-12V, measured by "Wayne",
6V from Kent Fulcher (or is the 422D a different model? Richard Khanlian also measured 5.5V for his 422D)
Auto431 No 30-50V, according to Marcus Bletz
433 Your call Reported at <8V
433D Your call 7.8V, according to Jeff Tokayer &
6.4V measured by Kristina Sterling,
but only ~4V from Gerald Wang, who also noticed some variation when using alkaline versus NiMH batteries, while
Peter Yund got 14V
444
444D Your call 10.8V, according to Dave Grandeffo,
who's been using it for a couple of years on his
Coolpix950 without a hitch.
Mike Flaherty got 11.49 and plans to use it on his D30
Harold Kroeker also got 11V with both Nikon and Contax adaptors
Auto433AF Your Call 7.52V, reported by Wade Herman
(6.9V, according to Sunpak's spec reported by Mike Dubrow)
522 Your call? ?? 10.84V, measured by Charles E. Hunt III
but 170V reported by Martin B. Reinhardt and
197V from Conrad Hoffman & 195V from "Adam"...
22V from Ted Mishima — so be careful and check your strobe, there may be more than one edition of this unit out there!
Michael Foos checked with Sunpak, who reported "usually 190V."
544 Yes... 4.6V, reported by the mysterious "Tom"...
though 6.75V reported by Gary Hays
555 Your call 6.67V on mine —
Ed White reported varying outputs from 4.1V to 6.9V.
An email from Sunpak/Tocad assures me that no cameras have ever been harmed by a 555.
611 Your Call 4V reported by Kent Fulcher, but
some old models will trigger at 190V, according to Tocad (via Jonas Lohr)
622 Pro
(not Super) Your Call 8V reported by Lou McLaughlin, 6.5V from Don Swanson
622 Super Your Call 8V, reported by Tim Brown
888AFZ Yes 5.8V, reported by Franck Michaud
1600A No 46.6V, measured by Andrew Hall
Auto 2000 DZ Yes 3V, measured by Ken Kane
2600 No 73V, measured by Ted Richards
Auto Zoom 3000 No 246V, measured by Pontus Fred
Zoom 3600 thyristor No 194V, measured by Ray Huttenmeister
Auto Zoom 4000 No 200V, measured by Max Osmond
Power Zoom 4000 AF Yes 3.6V, measured by Kees Dorsman
MS-4000 monolight Yes 5.8V, measured by Alan Fairley
4205G Yes(?) 3.75V, measured by Igor Wesdorp
(6.*V from Göran Samuelsson and Arnoud Brouwer)
PZ5000AF
Toutes les tensions inférieures à 10v. sont possibles. Le 4000AF crédité de 3.6v. est donc compatible mais en fonctionnement A ou manuel sans les automatismes eTTL des flashs canons.
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cordialement
myrddin13
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non lus 22/01/2010, 20h44
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Re-Bonjour
Et bien ayant eut mon 450D pour noël j'ai pu tester ce fameux flash.
Bin ça marche au poil en dessous de 1/320eme . Au dessus il est trop lent et il y a une partie de l'image qui "saute" mais bon je suis assez content car comme je l'ai déjà dit il est bien préciser dessus "For Nikon" et que le vendeur qui m'a vendu mon Canon m'avait bien préciser que cela n'était pas possible alors c'est assez drôle je trouve
Enfin voila si cela peut aider...
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