Hi Harris.I replied a couple of time to your last message and I am not sure if it went or not so here it is again.Thank you.
Thanks Harris.As long as I have the PC port for my flash gun I will be happy.The D100 .PDF manual shows the hotshoe voltage limits as 250 volts on page 105 if you happened to have it.
The voltage of my gun is less than 5.00 volts.
It is a Nissin 4800GT by the way.Thanks again,Ron G
The Beseler 23C has been adopted and is on its way to the new home.
Some time ago, another member here offered the remains of an antique 100 lb drum of Kodak Sodium Thiosulfate, free for the taking. Since I was local, I took it. I've given a lot of it away, and thought I would offer a wider audience the balance. You should be aware that the stuff is at least thirty years old (newspapers dated from 1979 at the bottom the drum).
I have two bags of the stuff to give away, both bags weighing about 3 1/4 lb. When I picked the drum up, the contents were one solid crystaline rock. It's not hard break up, however. The two bags are full of chunks about the size of an infant's fist. I put nitrile gloves on, and rub a couple of chunks together until they're ground into small easily soluble pieces.
You can pick these up in Southern Westchester, New York. I'd be happy to mail them to you, if you pay the postage. I beleive one bag would fit into a USPS Medium Flat Rate box, and one of those costs $11.35.
Carousel lens and Konica Flashcube adapter have been taken.
free to a good home. Canon Rebel EOS 2000 with 28-80/3,5-5,6 II. I have no idea if it works just pay shipping and it's yours.