Canon FA-200 Flash Adapter

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Before Using the FA-200 Flash Adapter Check that the accessory shoe on the XL1 Digital Video Camcorder has a hole for the lock pin used to mount the
FA-200 Flash Adapter.
If your XL1 accessory shoe does not have a hole, contact your nearest service center.
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  • Refer also to the Speedlite User’s Manual.
  • The FA-200 Flash Adapter contains a special cable. Do not use other cables to attach a flash unit.

Attaching the FA-200 Flash Adapter

(Fully loosen the locking screw by turning it in the direction of the arrow so that lock pin is released.) (1)

  • Switch off the camcorder and Speedlite before mounting the flash adapter and Speedlite.
    1. Push the flash adapter all the way onto the camcorder accessory shoe (until it stops).
    2. Turn the locking screw in the direction of the arrow and tighten it firmly to fix the adapter in place. (2)
      • Lock pin pops out to secure the adapter.
    3. Plug the cable supplied with the flash adapter into the adapter and the camcorder. The plugs should click into place. (3)
    4. Mount the Speedlite on the flash adapter accessory shoe.

Removing the FA-200 Flash Adapter

  • Turn the lock screw as far as it will go in the direction of the arrow (the lock pin will be released) and remove the flash adapter from the camcorder. (1)
Dimensions
(W × H × D)35 × 54.5 × 36mm (13/8 × 21/8 × 13/8in)
Weight34g (11/8oz)
  • These specifications and descriptions are subject to change without notice.
  • Weight and dimensions are approximate.

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