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  1. Just re-read your previous post. So it's working now?
  2. Can you post up some pics of the setup?
  3. Shouldn't the slave be powered by 2 aa's?
  4. I guess the promaster flash is the direction that you are heading then. The trigger wires should connect to the board as normal, if it doesn't fire then they are backwards. I would connect the positive wire from your 3 volt batteries directly to the positive wire on the FM600 flash unit. Connect the negative wire from your 3 volts to the proper location on the slave board (input) and then connect the negative wire from the flash to the correct spot on the slave board as well (output). I am assuming the control board has it's own power source?
  5. What's the ? with the trigger wires?
  6. On the newer baby slaves you can remove the cap and flash unit if you want to. I don't recognize that flash at all.. Do you have room the fm600 flash in the case?
  7. I would imagine the 3 volt slave would connect the same as the baby slave. Maybe post some pics of the baby slave with the broken wires and we can figure out where things belong. I have more baby slaves if you need one.
  8. I've been using the Maha charger MH-C9000 for years. I highly recommend it.
  9. You can but keep an eye on it at first to make sure it doesn't over heat the Sony battery or that the Sony battery doesn't overheat the 18650. You need to have the Sony battery in the camera because there's a chip in the battery that tells the camera that the correct battery is installed. You could tape off the positive contact of the Sony battery and then it would only run on the externals.
  10. Thoughts and prayers to his family and friends. He will be missed!
  11. Usually tossing in an set of alkaline batteries for a period of time seems to charge them back up. On a few occasions that that didn't do it I think I just changed the backboard on the camera. Once maybe twice I've swapped the batteries from a different board but not very often.
  12. Not sure about the hack. I know a few guys used them.
  13. Tapatalk is great and makes the forum easier to navigate with smartphones. It's free for the forum to apply. It also notifies you if someone replies to a topic that you are following or if there's a new thread in a forum that you are subscribed to.
  14. Nice looking build
  15. That's pretty accurate, Of course it all depends on the brand of battery and actual capacity. I usually go with aa;s as externals, that way I have the option to run all rechargeable if I want to.