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100% of customers would recommend this product to a friend (1 out of 1)
Involvement Level: Expert (understands the inner workings)
Pros: - Cheap price.
- Good build quality.
- This adapter changes MINOLTA, KONICA MINOLTA, and SONY ALPHA dedicated hot shoe to a standard one.
- Has one available PC sync port, which makes using studio strobe possible without using radio and/or optical slave trigger.
- Apparently, this adapter has safe-sync circuit, which makes the use of older external flash with high trigger voltage possible (not guarantee, take risk on your own).
- Functionally, it is the same as the original Minolta flash hot shoe adapter FS-1100.
- Has lock mechanism, which makes the adapter stay sturdy on the hot shoe.
Cons: - No manual or user guide to be found with package. Even it is not quite hard, user has to figure out how things done him/herself.
Other: - Recommended to someone using MINOLTA, KONICA MINOLTA, and SONY ALPHA digital camera that has dedicated hot shoe type who consider using auto / manual external flash with standard shoe connector. This way would save money from buying dedicated flash, especially if you own an external flash already.