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There could be a difference in which duration is being reported, T.1 vs T.5; T.1 is typically ~ 2-3x longer... typically T.5 time is reported. It's also likely that the differences are due to bulb/electronic design differences. But I think there may be some issues with the premise of your question. Thyristor controlled flashes have their fastest duration at ...


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If you want to control the 430EX II via radio, you need to connect a compatible radio receiver to the hot foot of the flash. The only wireless capability the 430EX II has own its own is optical wireless control using Canon's optical wireless protocol. The Godox X1R-C is the only radio receiver not built into a Godox flash that I'm aware of that is compatible ...


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By far the most likely reason for a flash not to fire is for it not to be fully pushed on. I don't know the Hanimex TS755M: do you have an image of its flash foot? A flash that only has a single center contact (apart from the ground contact to the flash shoe) can still signal readiness to the camera by having trigger voltage on the center contact or not. ...


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A quick Google search came up with two pin diagrams, which I have included below. There is no individual pin or contact that is only for the transmitter. There are six connections that connect the hotshoe to the camera. Because your flash is also not working normally, I would suspect that one or more of the connections was broken when the hot shoe was ...


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This is an old post that I've just stumbled across. I can confirm that a Nissin i40 (micro 4/3 model) definitely works with an Olympus Trip 35 (1979 model) in manual mode. The Nissin has manual selection from 1/1 to 1/256, you will need to either manually calculate your flash exposure or use some trial and error. Thanks to the original poster here, I've ...


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