Pixel Flash Hot shoe Adapter for Sony Alpha A900 A850 A750 A700 A550 A500 A380 A350 A330 A300 as FS-1100
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- 1. Applicable to: Sony Alpha: A100, A200, A230, A300, A330, A350, A380, A500, A550, A700, A750, A850, A900.
- 2. Support Sony, Konica Minolta camera to use Canon, Nikon, Pentax, Panasonic, Samsung flash gun, but its not support TTL.
- 3. Support for other brand flash with trigger from the central pin.
- 4. Available to control flashguns or studio lights through PC socket.
- 5. Support the PC socket on studio light and flash trigger.
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Pixel TF-325 flash hot shoe adapter enables you to trigger a Nikon, Canon or a standard hot shoe flash attached on top of the adapter hot shoe as well as triggering another flash connected via the PC sync lead. .It fits most Sony Alpha cameras including A77, A55, A900, A850, A750, A700, A550, A500, A380, A350, A330, A300 . It has a PC sync socket so you can connect an additional studio light or flash via a PC sync cable. The TF-325 hot shoe adapter is very useful when you need to use a hot shoe flashgun on a Sony Alpha DSLR.
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The adapter fits snuggly into the hot shoe. I leave it on the camera all the time; partly because it doesn't look out of place and I would lose it if I took it off the camera. It's pretty small.
I was hoping that this adapter provided auto exposure communications with the flash, but unfortunately, it does not. At least not with my Canon 580EX-II the flash always fires at full power when in automatic mode. Flash exposure in the Sony must be set by calculating a manual aperture setting the "old-fashoned" way using guide numbers. It's easy to do, but does slow down shooting, especially when using bounced flash as I usually do.
Nice adapter, too bad it returns flash shooting back to the 1970's.
YONGNUO YN560 IV Wireless flash. I take pictures fairly often and bounce flash all the time. So far so good, its takes abuse well. It's hard to break. I've have actually dropped my camera with the shoe and flash attatched. It still works and has not loosened up.
Setting up the shoe is easy, slide off the hot shoe cover, slide the converter on and screw it locked. After that slide on your flash and spin that tight as well. That's all.
If you are using the adapter to mount a microphone, you will have problems.