There’s also a line of discussion about using old flashes on modern digital cameras that you should read first. Picked up in a box lot at a recent Brisbane auction, this is an early model flash made by Agfa.
Photo eye for cordless synchronization with all flashes system. Flash interval between 1.5 and 5 seconds. Checkout my other vintage items. I have plugged the unit in and it blows the fuse and will need to be checked out by an electrician.
"Photo-Porst": Hapotron III B, electronic flash with red-eye reduction. Brand Photo Porst. Electronic flash with red-eye reduction. Camera Type Analog Cameras. Format flash / charger unit approx 7,7 x 3,3 x 14 cm + 13,7 x 4,6 x 9,6 cm,
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