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T power control 1 com T 10

Good afternoon, can anyone tell me if I can use the T power control 1 on the Olympus DSLR? Thank you!
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Re: T power control 1 com T 10

I think it is, essentially, a modified T32 and the functionality will apply.

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Re: T power control 1 com T 10

Hello, my question is about the tension in the shoe, in this flash is 16V. Do DSLRs support this value? Has anyone used this system in digital?
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Re: T power control 1 com T 10

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Hello, my question is about the tension in the shoe, in this flash is 16V. Do DSLRs support this value? Has anyone used this system in digital?
I have use the T system guns on my EP-2 over several years.

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Re: T power control 1 com T 10

You do not state which model of camera you use.



The manual for my E-M5 states that the flash trigger voltage should not exceed 24v.



The manual for my E-M1 Mk ii states, under 'Cautions', that obsolete flash units that apply currents [sic] of more than about 250 V to the X-contact will damage the camera.


If you check the manual for your own camera, you will probably find similar information is given.
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Re: T power control 1 com T 10

Bom dia, obrigado pela ajuda, minhas cameras são a E 3 e a E 30, e não encontrei nos manuais, nada sobre a tensão na sapata.
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Re: T power control 1 com T 10

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Bom dia, obrigado pela ajuda, minhas cameras são a E 3 e a E 30, e não encontrei nos manuais, nada sobre a tensão na sapata.

The English language version of the E-3 manual has a section titled "Non-specified commercial flashes" (p78) It states that "Some commercially available flashes require a voltage of 250V or more for the synchronization connector. The use of this type of flash can damage the camera or prevent the camera from operating properly."



This implies that lower voltages are acceptable.
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