Nikon D70 with Leica SF-24D Flash no problem?

Discussion in 'Nikon' started by Hans Mugge, Aug 9, 2005.

  1. Hans Mugge

    Hans Mugge Guest

    Recently I bought a Nikon D70 and discovered the fascinating world of
    digital photography. Unfortunately I bought a flash light Leica SF-24D
    for my analog Leica CM about a year ago. Now I am hoping that I can use
    this flash on the D70 as well, but after reading the manual I noticed
    that Nikon is clearly encouraging not to use non-Nikon flashes, because
    other brand flashes could damage the D70 and vice versa.
    Is there anyone who tried to use the Leica SF-24D on the D70?

    Many thanks in advance,

    Hans Mugge
     
    Hans Mugge, Aug 9, 2005
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  2. Hans Mugge

    Hans Mugge Guest

    Good news from Leica:

    Dear Sir,

    We thank you for your email. The maximum voltage of the SF-24D is only 5
    Volt. You should not have any problem with in using this flash together
    with your Nikon camera.

    Trusting to have been of assistance to you, we remain
     
    Hans Mugge, Aug 10, 2005
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  3. Hans Mugge

    grolschie Guest

    What about i-TTL and metering, etc?
    grol
     
    grolschie, Aug 10, 2005
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