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The Conway Synchronised is a box camera, very similar to others in the [[Standard Cameras Ltd|Standard Cameras]] range. It differs in that it has connectors for a synchronised flashgun.
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The '''Conway Synchronised''' is a box camera, very similar to others in the [[Standard Cameras Ltd|Standard Cameras]] range. It differs in that it has connectors for a synchronised flashgun.
  
 
Internally, the flash circuit is closed by a small lever attached to the shutter touching some metal pins.
 
Internally, the flash circuit is closed by a small lever attached to the shutter touching some metal pins.
  
Externally, the flash sockets are two ~3mm push connectors, some 4cm apart. The official user manual hints that generic flashguns may be used but it specifically recommends the use of the [Coro Flash] (pictured below).
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Externally, the flash sockets are two ~3mm push connectors, some 4cm apart. The official user manual hints that generic flashguns may be used but it specifically recommends the use of the [[Coro Flash]].
  
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Latest revision as of 02:58, 3 February 2015

The Conway Synchronised is a box camera, very similar to others in the Standard Cameras range. It differs in that it has connectors for a synchronised flashgun.

Internally, the flash circuit is closed by a small lever attached to the shutter touching some metal pins.

Externally, the flash sockets are two ~3mm push connectors, some 4cm apart. The official user manual hints that generic flashguns may be used but it specifically recommends the use of the Coro Flash.