Can't wait, should arrive thursday, anyway... I know theres the problem with old SLR flashes damaging the camera's electrics, (the voltage being too high). But, what if i was to use one of these: http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/Nikon-D100-D70-s-D50-flash-adapter-hotshoe-to-PC-sync_W0QQitemZ7598037253QQcategoryZ107933QQrdZ1QQcmdZViewItem And one of these: http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/Flash-PC-Sync-Terminal-Connector-Hotshoe_W0QQitemZ7598478393QQcategoryZ64354QQrdZ1QQcmdZViewItem Would i still have the problem as its going through the PC sync cord? All i need is someway of triggering the flash, I won't need to work out exposures with it as I'll be using in daylight. (For shooting mountain biking, makes the rider clearer). The flash I have is a Jessops 270TBZ and I'm fairly sure the voltage will be too high (my dad used it on his Canon AE-1!) I don't really want to spend a load more money on a flash seeing as I just spent nearly twice as much as i wanted to! Meh, It's an investment Thanks, Alex.