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Nikon SpeedLight on Canon flash hot shoe

Lenses aside, I have an old Nikon Speedlight (SB-27) flash. Would like to find out if that'll fit onto the hot shoe of say, the Canon 350D (aka Kiss)

thank you for your thoughts

Tue May 10 06:17:23 PDT 2005

I wrote to Nikon and got this answer:


For the speedlight SB-27, there would not be i-TTL with the D70s. Only Manual settings.


too bad it's not full functional compatibility.

Tue May 10 20:47:19 PDT 2005

I use Nikon SB-16 on Canon 20D. It's works only in manual and non-TTL auto. The voltage on Nikon's SB-16 contacts approx 4V. So, it's not dangerous for Canon's electronics inside camera. (IMHO new Nikon's flashes have same voltage)

Alex Leshkov
Thu, 25 Oct 2007 18:29:13 +0000

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