Leica In this thread on RangeFinderForum, the following message from Stefan Staudt, Leica Camera AG is quoted: The M9 is capable of triggering flash devices using high voltage. It is possible to use flash devices with a voltage up to 600 Volts. Alternatively, you may find the trigger voltage of the flash listed in our product database. The Sonia slave with rotating hot-shoe is safe up to 400 volt.
You should now be able to read the flash’s trigger voltage from the meter’s display. Flash triggers Cactus For Cactus brand radio triggers, the maximum trigger voltage is listed in the manual. The Leica M8 and M8.2 is reported to have an identical flash triggering circuit to the M9. Nikon Most Nikon DSLR manuals warns against negative voltages or voltages higher than 250 volts.
Trigger voltage is measured between centre pin and edge contact on the flash’s hot-foot. To check an unknown trigger voltage, you’ll need a digital multimeter. The reading of the multimeter tells me that the Di866 has a trigger voltage equal to 3.42 volts. Что делать, если необходимая инструкция пользователя отсутствует на сайте? However, I disclaim any responsibility for your camera if you hook it up with an oddball flash and it fries. If you choose to act on this information, you do so at your own risk.