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Old 25th of November 2008 (Tue)   #1
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Default Sunpak Power Zoom 4000AF instruction manual

I've recently purchased a Sunpak Power Zoom 4000AF to use as a secondary off camera flash but the seller can't find the instruction maual.

Does any one know where I can get hold of the instructions or if anyone has any experience of this flashgun can they post a simple guide on how to use it in Manual mode?

Thanks in advance.
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