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    Default Olympus Fl-36 Flash

    A smaller version of the FL-50. It has a moveable head, and it is very accurate.
    Uses all AA batteries, and CR-V3.

    See also E B's tips on how to use the FL-36.

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    Default Fl-36 Flash Fourthirdsphoto Review

    To come at some point.

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    Default Re:Fl-36 Flash Other Reviews

    Other reviews on the Web.

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    Default Re:Fl-36 Flash User Reviews

    Please use this format, or else you will be deleted!!!
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    Default Re: Fl-36 Flash User Reviews

    Pros: Small, light, well-matched to the E-1, darned-near perfect exposures with English Bob's flash tips. It was in-stock at my local dealer!
    Cons: Slow recharge time, will eventually replace it with the FL-50 for it's faster recharge times
    price paid: $199 + tax
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    Default Re: Fl-36 Flash User Reviews

    Pros: Light, wellmatched to the E1, manual and auto settings.
    Cons: Small, slow recharge time.
    price paid: $260 CA (around $220 US?)
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    ~* Proud E1 User *~


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    Default FL36 two or for batteries?


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    Default Re: Olympus Fl-36 Flash

    Pro's : Plug and Play, TTL exposure worked great.
    Con's : Battery Life, recharge time - I used alkaline batteries and had to change the batteries once during about 200 pictures. Sometimes the flash didn't fire because I was taking pictures to quickly.
    Price paid : $199.99 available at local Ritz camera store
    Other Info : I was going on a trip to Saudi Arabia and the day before I left was asked to survey damage to a Loran station that had been broken into. Having worked there before I knew that no electricity meant pitch black conditions so I had to have something a little stronger than than the on camera flash.

    Pictures are here : http://lorsta.org/Salwa/index.html

    Equipment used - E500 with the 14-45mm kit lens. Everything set to Auto

    I have not had enough time to test as fill in flash outside.

    I would recommend this flash to anybody that needs a flash for general purpose and the on camera isn't strong enough.

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