Tuesday, 5 February 2013

Just a teaser about what's coming

The image shows an old Olympus T32 flash triggered by the Nikon V1 using my own adapter. The adapter is capable of triggering any radio trigger or any low trigger voltage flash through the shoe or the X-sync contact. This is a unique adapter, not yet made by anyone else. It is not yet commercially available but will be soon.

This image is taken using a mirror in front of the camera. The image was then flipped around to get rid of the mirror effects.

Updated information:

The adapter is now available. Read about the details here:


http://adapting-camera.blogspot.se/2015/08/the-v1-f1a-is-dead-long-live-v2-f1a.html

7 comments:

  1. Hi,

    This is the answer to some real problems the V1 causes which mean I have to carry a canon G11 with a 550z flash for long-ish indoor shots.

    How do we keep track of your developments?

    Thanks

    Bart

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  2. Hope, you can offer that adapter in the near future!

    Andreas

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  3. Where to buy one? Please, I want it! :)

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  4. HIi, It's a shame you're no longer developing this hotshoe adapter, I can understand way with the rumoured V3 etc. There are still quite a few V1 fans out there though - mainly because of the amazing price that the camera is now and second hand. Not many cameras offer the same bang for the buck as the V1 does now especially if you are a Nikon DSLR owner and have the FT1 it opens up a whole world of possibilities. I have started a facebook group and we have a few very enthusiastic members, but other new members are always welcome as are owners of other Nikon 1 derivatives. https://www.facebook.com/groups/NikonV1Fans/

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    1. The project is not dead, but priorities were set elsewhere, so it is delayed. Sorry.

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  5. I would be interested in one if you evey have any for sale.

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