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Sunpak - DF4000U External Flash

Model: DF4000U-CNSKU: 5960804
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    • Best answerI just figured it out as it doesn't tell you in the manual. Hold down the fn button until you get the fn - 01-0. Press down and change fn - 14-0 to fn 14-1. Sound should be off with those settings.

      By Brian 

  • Q: will it work on Nikon d 3400  (6 Answers)

    By rod 

    • Best answerYes

      By JimV 

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  • Q: Will this work on both a canon rebel t3i and a t7i?  (1 Answer)

    By Alicia 

    • Best answerYes, this will work. However keep in mind this is noisy if you are shooting weddings.

      By Basquiat 

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  • Q: I can’t decide which flash to get. Which one is better Meike MK910 or Sunpak DF4000U?  (1 Answer)

    By Audiophile 

    • Best answerI have the Phottix Mitros +. It is probably more expensive than the Meike or Sunpak but you will have much more versatility for you and your camera. With the Photitx you are able to take it off camera by adding a trigger. The receiver is built into the flash. You can buy cheaper now but as you progress in your photography you will want to improve your equipment. Then your old cheaper flash will be packed away in a box. A little more money now will pay off in the end.

      By Photog 

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  • Q: Does this Flash sunpak 4000u work with Canon T7i?  (1 Answer)

    By Anand 

    • Best answerYes, it works with Canon T7i.

      By CommunityAnswer 

  • Q: Is this compatible with a canon t6?  (1 Answer)

    By jamesblount 

    • Best answerHello James, In short, the answer to your question is yes it is comparable with Canon's T6, and many others. The SUNPAK DF4000U, for its price is an excellent addition to enhance your picture taking. I would purchase it again if need be, and I highly recommend this to anyone who takes pictures and has a camera that could use an external flash . I hope that I was able to help.

      By RobertL 

  • Q: Does This flash work with NIkon d5500?  (2 Answers)

    By Faro 

    • Best answerYes

      By Mike 

  • Q: It is made in Japan?  (1 Answer)

    By Audiophile 

    • Best answerNo, it's made in China, according to the box.

      By hoserbob1 

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  • Q: Is this fully or partially compatible with the Sony Alpha series of Cameras?  (2 Answers)

    By Dean 

    • Best answerANY camera with a hot shoe will trigger this flash. If this unit has an A (Automatic) mode similar to Nikon Flash units, then the flash unit itself can control the flash output via the built-in sensor..once an aperture and ISO are set on the flash. It is not a dedicated unit for sure, but you can use any camera in Manual mode, then set the camera's aperture and iso to match the iso and f/stop of the flash unit.. and voila!, perfect exposures without any overdone flash unit menu settings!!! I use this all the time on my SONYA6000 in Manual mode when shooting events where the flash is the main light source., just making adjustments to my f/stop (and shutter speed for better fill-in effects) after a preview exposure. It is also very easy to intentionally over or under expose the photo by changing the camera's f/stop setting. The flash output stays constant because it is working independently (fyi it does NOT help in any way with autofocusing). fyi I use auto white balance, it seems to be me much more accurate than selecting a flash white balance option. KL 10/18

      By CentralTime 

    • Best answerMake sure the batteries are fully charged and also check the power settings. If it is on highest power setting it will take longer to recycle.

      By Triscuit 

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