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Maximum "Official" Trigger Voltage 30D

 
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Sep 23, 2007 07:01 |  #1

Hello all,

I have tried numerous searches on the forum with regards to maximum trigger voltage that the EOS 30D is capable of, to no avail.

Does anybody, have a source or knowledge of the "Official Canon" stated maximum trigger voltage the 30D can handle at the hotshoe?

If this question has been anwered elsewhere, please just post up a link or point me in the right direction.

Thanks all :)


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Sep 23, 2007 07:08 |  #2

I'm almost certain that it's 250V. The 20D is (according to quite a few sources) 250V, so the 30D will be the same.

a google search for 30D 250V will bring up something!


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Sep 23, 2007 07:26 |  #3

Thanks Leo :)

I was hedging my bets on the 250V also... after all it was released 6 months after the 5D which is officially 250V also.

If anyone can still point me to where Canon officially state this, I would be incredibly thankful. :)


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Sep 23, 2007 10:21 |  #4

nirajpopat wrote in post #3989141 (external link)
If anyone can still point me to where Canon officially state this, I would be incredibly thankful. :)


Good luck!!




  
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