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will this work on d7100 and can you tell me how did you set up ? just so i feel confortable in buying i have bought scott roberts lim flash and want t

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Hello Patricia, Yes these will work on any flash. I set mine up on weddings and family portraits when I do not have access to outlets or working in tight spaces. I will use one in each corner of reception one always to the left or right of subject, this I use as my main light source, and one as a fill just off camera. … see more Hello Patricia, Yes these will work on any flash. I set mine up on weddings and family portraits when I do not have access to outlets or working in tight spaces. I will use one in each corner of reception one always to the left or right of subject, this I use as my main light source, and one as a fill just off camera. If you need more info you can contact me at trinitiphotography.com. I hope this helps. see less Hello Patricia, Yes these will work on any flash. I set mine up on weddings and family portraits when I do not have access to outlets or working in tight spaces. I will use one in each corner of reception one always to the left or right of subject, this I use as my main light source, and one as a fill just off camera. If you need more info you can contact me at trinitiphotography.com. I hope this helps.
ANTHONY CHICCINI answered on June 2, 2013
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Don't know if it will work with D7100. Did not seem well made. Did not work well.
cwilyums answered on May 31, 2013
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Good morning Patricia,
This inexpensive Cowboy Studio unit is used on a Nikon; my neice's camera. The unit is universal, but must be used in manual mode. The unit doesn't have the infrared tecnhology to use E-TTL (where the camera and flash communicate) You'll need to set your Nikon on manual mode and the flash as well… see more
Good morning Patricia,
This inexpensive Cowboy Studio unit is used on a Nikon; my neice's camera. The unit is universal, but must be used in manual mode. The unit doesn't have the infrared tecnhology to use E-TTL (where the camera and flash communicate) You'll need to set your Nikon on manual mode and the flash as well. This is where the fun starts. My suggestion on settings, ISO set to 100, Shutter speed set from either 60-250 depending on your subject, and start with an F stop at F/8 and make F stop adjustments as you photograph, if your using two flash set up, On my main flash I would use a diffuser and set the second flashes' output by 1/2. My rule of thumb is to measure the distance from flash to subj and divide by the flashes' guide number, in feet. Your flashes guide number information should be in the manual or google the model number for said info. I hope this helps and have fun learning. Ruben see less
Good morning Patricia,
This inexpensive Cowboy Studio unit is used on a Nikon; my neice's camera. The unit is universal, but must be used in manual mode. The unit doesn't have the infrared tecnhology to use E-TTL (where the camera and flash communicate) You'll need to set your Nikon on manual mode and the flash as well. This is where the fun starts. My suggestion on settings, ISO set to 100, Shutter speed set from either 60-250 depending on your subject, and start with an F stop at F/8 and make F stop adjustments as you photograph, if your using two flash set up, On my main flash I would use a diffuser and set the second flashes' output by 1/2. My rule of thumb is to measure the distance from flash to subj and divide by the flashes' guide number, in feet. Your flashes guide number information should be in the manual or google the model number for said info. I hope this helps and have fun learning. Ruben

Ruben L. Corral answered on May 31, 2013
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Worked awesome on my Canon 60d. Use the pc cord to sync them to your camera and away you go.
bonxx answered on May 31, 2013
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Yes it should work because its simply a trigger and receiver..
Mike Jackson answered on June 3, 2013
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