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FS: (US) Modified Nikon SG-3IR (Blocks popup flash on Canon bodies with built-in wireless remote)

 
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Post edited over 4 years ago by volfan1978. (2 edits in all)
     
May 13, 2015 17:26 |  #1

For sale is a modified Nikon SG-3IR IR panel for built-in flash. It has been modified to fit on the hotshoe of cameras like the 7D and 70D that have built-in flash that can wirelessly trigger off-camera lights. The panel is an inexpensive way to effectively block the output of the popup flash so you can use the camera to remotely trigger off-camera lights while significantly reducing/almost eliminating the direct flash.

There is an entire thread devoted to it here: https://photography-on-the.net …showthread.php?​p=11317176

I paid a little more that retail when I purchased it as it was already modified for use with Canon. It worked flawlessly on my 70D, but I no longer have a need for it.

Price is $15 shipped OBO anywhere in the U.S. (Paypal accepted).


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Last item I have for sale as I move on to other hobbies. Make me a reasonable offer if you're interested.




  
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