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DPChallenge Forums >> Hardware and Software >> Flash trigger voltage for Panasonic FZ50
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11/18/2007 04:22:16 PM · #1
It's not the trigger voltage of your camera that's the issue, it's the trigger voltage of the flash you want to attach to it.

According to //www.botzilla.com/photo/strobeVolts.html the sunpak Auto124 generates a trigger voltage of 203V. Which is enough to fry your FZ50.
11/18/2007 02:03:12 PM · #2
Can anyone give a difinitive answer as to what the maximum flash trigger voltage for the Panasonic FZ50 is? I have read up to 24 volts.(I wonder if this number is simply based on the ISO 10330 standard?) Does anyone know for sure?

I want to us a Sunpak Auto124 that has a voltage of 42v when fully charged.
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