A&P Vivitar DF400MZ flash v. Nikon

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    themolsen New Member

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    xconverge OT Supporter

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    I thought this looked pretty interesting...

    http://www.gadgetinfinity.com/product.php?productid=17028&cat=298&page=1

    and the Vivitar 285hv has well proven its worth. Since you are going to be getting into off camera flash, the ttl cant be used with those triggers. Unless you plan on having the flash in the hotshoe of the camera often, then I would say go with the 285hv. Even so I like using my flash on manual and would go with a 285hv anyways
     
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    oh this is a :bowdown: deal thanks. I prefer manual flash anyways

    -edit- WTF $50 regular shipping :hsugh:
     
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    just pulled the trigger (lol) on cactus triggers and vivtar 285hv flash. I have a few stands already

    :noes:!!!!
     
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    Yes it works, I got 4 of these little bad boys, excellent flashes for the money.
     
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    noted...thanks
     

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