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I am shooting with a Nikon D7000. After some reading I understand that I want the preflash button in the down position. Thanks

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Actually, the type of camera is less important than how the strobe's output is being controlled.

 

If you wish to shoot with manual flash output control, then the "Pre-Flash Cancellation" button should be in the in (down) position.

 

If you wish to shoot using TTL flash/exposure output control, the "Pre-Flash Cancellation" button should be in the out (up) position.

 

Of course, your camera settings control whether the camera is supplying a manual or TTL flash signal, so this needs setting in your camera menu too.

 

Adam

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I am currently using the INON Z-240 strobes (the old type 2).

 

Does anybody know whether I can use the same optical cables with the new INON Z-330 strobe ?

(see pictures)

 

Thank You.

 

Kind regards,

Jesper

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I have the Z330's. Seems to be the same connection.

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Thanks, Walt.

 

I was just a bit worried because the sensor on my old "Z-240 type 2" strobe looks bigger to me than the one on the Z-330 strobe.

 

/Jesper

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I have the Z330's. Seems to be the same connection.

Walt hi.

 

Do you know if they are the same on s2000 strobes?

 

Thanks.

 

Spyros

 

 

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The cable for type 2 works on type 4 and probably the same on z330.

The other way arround is not true.

 

The screw is the same size.

Edited by pbalves

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